Every outdoor enthusiasts' best friend.
Pull the Patagonia Men's Nano Puff Insulated Pullover out of its pocket whether you're climbing in cold chimneys or about to ski down the summit you just skinned up. The lightweight, recycled polyester material offers wind-resistance, while the DWR treatment sheds light precipitation and keeps you comfortable in the face of rain. Additionally, the Nano Puff is constructed with compressible 60g PrimaLoft Gold Eco insulation, which keeps you toasty-warm even when wet. Now, the brick quilting pattern may look like a pretty face with horizontal quilt lines on side panels, but it prevents cold channels and insulation shift. And, if you start to work up some heat, dumping excess body heat is a breeze thanks to the deep center-front zipper.
- Lightweight, insulated pullover for alpine pursuits
- Recycled polyester exterior boasts a DWR treatment
- PrimaLoft Gold Eco insulation keeps you warm even when wet
- Elastic cuffs and hem keep wind and rain out
- Chest pocket doubles as a stuff sack for pullover when not in use
- Since the 1980s, Patagonia has created trustworthy, high-performance clothing for your outdoor pursuits
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- Q & A
Go-to for a variety of conditions
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XL
The weight of this pullover is great for many different uses. It's light enough to wear casually on a cool night, but the insulation is such that it's also perfect for cold conditions if you're moving at all. I like to wear it under a shell as an insulating layer when skiing. It's comfortable enough to sleep in when camping, as well. The stow pocket lets me pack it down (grapefruit size) and toss it in the pack when on the go. I like knowing that Patagonia will repair it at their facility if I ever do manage to tear it.
Super warm and space saving in the pack
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: medium
I actually have the special edition, but the functionality of the piece is the same. The only difference was the outer material on the special edition is slightly lighter. It is incredibly warm, whether as a layering piece or an outer layer and is wind and water resistant. It is pretty nifty in the sense it can pack into the chest pocket, or you can just stuff it into the nooks and crannies of your pack to maximize space. The fit is pretty spot on as well, I am 5'8", 170lbs and went with a medium. I can throw it on over a hardshell or wear it as a layering piece and still not feel like the michelin man or feel overly squeezed. I have a patagonia hooded merino 3 and a Patagonia super cell pac lite hardshell on underneath the nano puff in this picture