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Patagonia Nano Puff Bivy Insulated Pullover - Women's

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    Light and warm.

    When sun is just a faint glow to the west and the stars are beginning to appear, slip into the Patagonia Women's Nano Puff Bivy Insulated Pullover and tackle those last few pitches you've been dying to climb. A brick quilting pattern keeps Patagonia's most thermally-efficient synthetic insulation in place for an even and warm fill that is also incredibly light. The windproof, water-repelling shell protects you on exposed belays, while the under-helmet hood offers an added layer of comfort and warmth.

    A kangaroo-style pocket lets you hide your hands from the wind and cold. The regular fit allows you to wear this jacket as a top-layer and doesn't add bulk when layered under a shell. A half-zip provides versatility and venting. The zippered chest drop-in keeps your essentials secure and doubles as a stuffsack for convenient carry and storage.

    • An alpine jacket that lets you keep the adventure going
    • Lightweight insulation for serious, eco-conscious warmth
    • Under-helmet hood for added protection
    • Zippered torso pocket keeps items secure and doubles as stuffsack
    • Regular fit for a variety of layering options
    • Patagonia's eco-friendly designs protects the world it helps you explore
    • Item #PAT01M4

    Tech Specs

    Material
    (shell and lining) 22D 100% recycled polyester, DWR finish
    Insulation
    Permaloft Gold Eco (100% polyester, 60g)
    Fit
    regular
    Hood
    yes
    Pockets
    kangaroo handwarmer, 1 zippered drop-in torso
    Venting
    center front zip
    Claimed Weight
    11 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, climbing, skiing/snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Great jacket! Works so well!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XL
    • Height: 5'3"

    I bought my first bivy as an experiment. It didn't have a hood which I like but the price was exceptional so I gave it a try. I loved it!! Its comfortable, warm, packs well and it's cute as heck. As soon as I saw the hooded version on sale I bought another. I love the bivy comfort!

    Patagonia Nano Puff Bivy Pullover

      I love this jacket, and anoraks are all the rage right now. I got the navy blue color with the light blue pop zipper, and it's so cute. I'd wear this camping in the summer on a cool night, or even snowboarding under a pair of bibs in the winter. The insulation is thinner than the down sweater, but still really warm. Great buy!

      Light Weight

      • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
      • Fit: True to size
      • Height: 5'6"
      • Weight: 130lbs

      Perfect piece to add to the collection. I was looking for a light weight insulated jacket and this one is awesome. I took it with me on my trip to the narrows and it was perfect for the chilly nights. It also dries sooo quickly which was a plus for splashy river crossings and it packs down really small as well. Went with my normal patagonia size and the fit is perfect.

      one of the best travel items

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: medium
      • Height: 5'5"
      • Weight: 135lbs

      just finished a 10 day traveling / hiking trip throughout CA, NV, UT, AZ ... so wish that I had this with me?! Did enjoy it immensely for an outdoor weekend in KY though. Benefit that it has "sleeves" (I know sounds funny - but I would typically pack a light down vest, and with this having sleeves one can take on/off easily and tie around your waist instead).
      Better than a jacket for some things.
      Packs well - and keeps warm.
      Patagonia is simply a brand that works well for me with travel.

      Nice pullover!

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: X-small
      • Height: 5'10"
      • Weight: 125lbs

      I have had my eye on this model of Patagoina jacket for a few years, but wasn’t sure if I would really use it as opposed to what I already own. As always, I struggle to find the best fit in the Patagonia sizing range. I am tall and thin, and depending on the cut, usually chose either small or x-small in their jackets and tops. For reference, I have down sweaters in both sizes and use the x-small more for around town, work, etc. whereas the small is used more for outdoor athletic pursuits. I really loved one color combo in this season’s nano puff so I decided to give it a try. I went with the x-small based on feedback from other reviews posted here. The fit is pretty good, but not perfect. The body and sleeve length are great and the width at the hem is perfect. The placement of the kangaroo pocket also works well, and is a comfortable place to warm hands even for a tall person. The only place it is a bit snug is the chest (36B) and shoulder area when I make more rigorous movements (i.e. stretching, reaching up, etc.) I like the overall look and think that going up a size would make the jacket appear too big/baggy overall. I want this jacket as a layering piece and for more casual wear so I won’t have heavy, bulky clothes under it. Given the size options, I’m sticking with the x-small, but if I was planning on using it for rock climbing or an activity where I would be using my arms more, I think I would need a size up. Just initial impressions as I wore it to walk the dogs today in drizzly, cool, windy weather (about 50 degrees) I was impressed with how warm and wind-resistant it is. I would recommend this jacket with the caveat that you consider what purpose you want it for before choosing which size is best.

      Makes me feel like a toasty marshmallow

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size

      The Patagonia Nano Puff Bivy Pullover is so warm and cozy, and versatile for a ton of different temperatures. When I picked it out I wanted to find something that would keep me warm bikepacking or camping, and pack down small for storage. It definitely achieves both of those things, but because it's a pretty lightweight fill you'll want to layer underneath if you want serious warmth. Fortunately it fits relaxed enough that there's plenty of room for tossing on a fleece or baselayer to keep warm. I love that it has both drop in and zippered pockets. They make it super useful for daily use when I'm just walking the dogs, and want a secure pocket for my keys and phone, but want somewhere else where I can tuck in my hands if things get chilly.

      Love! :)

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: XL
      • Height: 5'2"
      • Weight: 170lbs

      Absolutely love this hoodie! So far I've used it in rain and 30 degree temps on the AT in Maryland and in an ice storm on the AT in Shenandoah National Park. I was blown away by its performance in the ice/rain mix. For several hours, I hiked without a rain jacket on while it poured down a wintry mix. By the time I got to the point to break and throw on my rain jacket, the outside of the Patagonia Nano Puff felt soaked. The thing is.... despite below freezing temps, I never once felt cold (Stoic Lightweight Merino Wool base layer underneath.) and my shirt was completely dry.. Once I put the onthe rain jacket , this jacket began to dry and by the time I reached my car (roughly 2 hours and 5 miles later), the jacket was dry. I am so impressed! Definitely looking to get a non-hooded version for backpacking despite the added weight over my MH for its weather protection features.

      Love this!

        I thought long and hard about this purchase after freezing in my R1 and Hardshell jacket on the slopes last year after getting some bad advice. My immediate impression was that this is not a “flattering” jacket, but it fits my needs. I’ve recently used it with a fleece shirt on my night hikes, as a midlayer out on a winter desert target shooting day, and as a bivy for night camping. I LOVE IT! I can’t wait for it to snow enough to get out on the slopes and put it to the ultimate test! Oh! Almost forgot to mention how awesome the kangaroo pouch is. It’s SO handy and there’s still a hoody pocket, so it’s definitely a win/win situation

        lightweight but super warm

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: small
        • Height: 5'2"
        • Weight: 125lbs

        this is the perfect little layer to have in all sorts of climates. i just recently purchased it but have worn it in the Tetons where it was snowing and was 20 degrees. Of course I had to have multiple layers in that weather but this Patagonia jacket really helped me keep warm. It's so small and compact when you shove it into its pocket so it doesn't take up too much room in your bag. I also love the hoody because it stays on my head all night while sleeping in my tent so my ears stay warm.

        Great Down!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: Small
        • Height: 5'7"
        • Weight: 120lbs

        I love this down! I do not wear it when I go touring as it is hard to get off and I am either too hot or cold when being super active, but I do love it for everyday wear! I wear this very frequently and love it. I do think it a little hard to pull off, but not anymore than I expected.

        Lightweight and awesome

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size

        I've had my eye on this jacket for awhile. I lived in my down patagonia puffy last winter and it's the warmest, comfiest jacket. I love the colors patagonia has in the nanos.

        This pullover has been my go to for cold camp mornings/nights because it's kind of like I'm still in my sleeping bag sitting by the fire, it's that cozy. It's comfortable to sleep in also. Worn this in low 30 temps and it's kept me warm, also easy to layer underneath. The zipper pocket it great, I like that I can fit my phone, keys, dog leash, granola bars etc. into it plus having the kangaroo pocket for cold hands is so useful. The length is good because it's long enough not to ride up. I've worn small in all my patagonia jackets/fleeces and this in a small also. Maybe could have sized down considering the length is longer and it's significantly more roomy in the body than my other puffs which I really don't mind, that definitely contributes to the comfort for me.

        Great jacket

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: Small
        • Height: 5'7"
        • Weight: 120lbs

        Took the jacket on an alpine climb with 40f temps and 30mph winds. Had 2 light layers underneath. Was a great windbreaker and I stayed comfortable the entire hike & climb. Jacket had good arm range of motion. Also, it didn't snag or tear after much rock contact, including tight shoulder jams. As added bonus it's really cute & love that shade of blue.

        Such a Cool Piece!

        • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
        • Fit: True to size

        Gave this to my girlfriend after she had it on her wishlist for such a long time. This jacket is way rad and she has loved it. I, personally, have loved the Nanopuffs and this one has been no different. Keeps you very warm and packs down insanely small. She loves the hood on it as well and the sweet pocket set up. High recommended.

        Perfect Casual Piece

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: XS
        • Height: 5'4"
        • Weight: 115lbs

        As much as I've loved wearing this jacket around town on warmer winter days, crazy Utah spring weather, and cool summer evenings in the mountains, it really has been more of a casual jacket for me rather than a technical piece. I just can't find where it fits in to my jacket arsenal as far as layers go. If I want a warm layer, I'll just go with my down sweater, if I want a lighter piece I'll go with something breathable like the Nano Air hybrid. I'm sure there is a place for it, but I tend to be freezing or overheating, so when I find my ideal layering pieces, I don't tend to stray to far from my favorites.

        That being said, I have been reaching for this one as my camping layer this summer, and as far as an every day jacket goes, here's why this pullover is great:
        THE POUCH: Honestly, all jackets should have a pouch like this one. I can run into stores without a purse, and put my phone, keys, and wallet in the magical pouch--it's holds SO much--plus there are still pockets for my hands. I also have an irrational fear of being somewhere without a snack--I can stash all kinds of goodies in this pouch!
        COMFORT: Super soft, super comfortable. I love my pullover Patagonia fleece, but you know when you try to take it off and all your shirts underneath come with it, and your arms are stuck, and your head is stuck, and you kinda look like an idiot when you have to ask for help to get the pullover off your head? (You know this has happened). This actually just pulls right off you head--no flashing your friends, no asking for help.
        It's not baggy, it's not fitted, it's just right.

        The hood doesn't do much for me--it's tiny, but I'll for sure take this into some chilly canyons in the fall-I know it will fit great under a helmet.

        Overall, really cool every day piece!

        The Kangaroo Pouch

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size

        I bought this hoodie for my girlfriend. This is what she had to say: You can fit so much beer in the kangaroo pouch! Easily my favorite jacket. It’s even got a hood. Also, the red and turquoise color combo is fantastic. This jacket is warm enough to wear on its own for these mid-temp spring nights, but it’s thin enough to be versatile with other layers. My favorite combo so far is the Patagonia Re-Tool Snap-T Fleece Pullover underneath this jacket. Keeps you seriously warm.

        Splendid Casual Layer

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: Medium
        • Height: 5'6"
        • Weight: 140lbs

        Patagonia had me at "bivy," always seeking that warmer, cozier layer, I was drawn to the hooded pullover design of this little number. It's been my go-to casual layer for running errands, hikes with the dog, and bopping around town.

        As a technical layer, I find the cut to be a downside. It's great to layer beneath and wear as an outermost layer in town, but I find that looseness in the hip, particularly, makes it bunch oddly underneath a shell for other uses. It does best, in my opinion, as an outer-most layer.

        The fit is great for me, allowing room for a hoodie underneath, while maintaining comfort. I also appreciate the length: just about butt-length on my 5'6" frame.

        I'm 99% of the time a medium in Patagonia, and the same holds true for the Bivy. Even with my larger bust, sometimes a fit issue, it fits supremely well in a medium

        I Believe In The Bivy.

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: Small
        • Height: 5'3"
        • Weight: 110lbs

        I'm a big fan of the Nano Puff series, it was no surprise that I totally fell in love the Nano Puff Bivy Pullover. It effortlessly waffles between a true technical piece and a lifestyle jacket. I'm able to wear this pullover while skiing or hiking, though I do foresee myself wearing it while climbing come warmer months. And (best of all), I can wear it to work without having to think twice about whether or not it looks out of place. The under-the-helmet hood is awesome not to mention, actually fits under the helmet, which not-so-subtly hints at the versatile design of Patagonia's products.

        Meanwhile, the coolest part about this pullover is the fact that it touts a largely recycled construction. The exterior material is entirely recycled, which is awesome if you're an eco-conscious shopper, and the Primaloft Gold Eco insulation touts a 55% post-consumer recycled content—so I'm able to feel good about wearing this piece.

        The pockets are stellar: the kangaroo pocket provides quick and easy respite for cold digits—an ideal detail that has come in handy for me when I walk the dogs. The zippered pocket keeps necessities (e.g. snacks!) close at hand and secure without getting in the way of my arms. The center front zipper allows me to dump excess body heat quickly without forcing me to remove the jacket in its entirety.

        As for the fit: I long struggled with the cut and design of the Nano Puff pullovers - I really liked the idea of them, but could never get the right fit. In the past, they were either too tight in the shoulders or too short in the torso which made reaching for holds while climbing not only difficult, but kind of unpleasant thanks to the hem lift and the restrictive shoulders.

        Thankfully, the 2017 rendition seems to have absolved this issue just about entirely. In comparison to years' prior, the Nano Puff Pullover is more "true to size" than it does run large. I typically can wear an XS or Small in Patagonia items, with XS being a more "true to fit" and a Small being more relaxed. I own a Small and the fit is definitely relaxed, thus being true to size. That being said, this is intended to be a proper midlayer, so how you prefer your midlayers to fit (be it snug or slightly relaxed) is entirely up to you. I prefer to have the option to layer underneath the jacket should the conditions call for it, hence why I chose the Small rather than the XS.

        Bottom Line: This piece provides me with the dependable and versatile performance I've come to love and know from the Nano Puff series, but now features a better fit design than years' prior.

        Best for everyday wear!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: Large
        • Height: 5'5"
        • Weight: 165lbs

        I already have a synthetic layer, but when I saw this jacket I couldn't resist! I'm a campground host in the summers in Alaska, so I basically live outside! I had to have this jacket because I knew I would wear it almost everyday! It's great for all activities, as well as chilling at the campsite with friends! The packets on this bivy are awesome! You have the hand warming kangaroo pockets and then the zip drop in pocket that you can place necessary items that won't fall out when you go to keep your hands warm. Can't wait for the Alaskan summer with this jacket on me!

        Great pullover for climbing, hiking!

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: Runs large
        • Size Bought: XS
        • Height: 5'9"
        • Weight: 129lbs

        This pullover is GREAT as many other nanopuff products. The fit is fine and the kagaroo pocket is super usefull for climbing (to put bars, any accessories, phone). It is also a good pullover for any outdoor activities. It runs large, I am tall but thin, 32B, with long arms. I returned the small that was way to baggy on me. The XS is pretty well, not to snug I have room for 2 thin layers under it. For a comparison, the small fit me perfectly for the R3 and the softshell and is slightly large for the down sweater. The arms are long enough which is great! Consider sizing down if you are between two sizes!

        Perfect Lightweight Jacket

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
        • Fit: Runs large
        • Size Bought: Small
        • Height: 5'7"
        • Weight: 150lbs

        The thing that first drew me to this jacket was the half zip pull-over style with a kangaroo pocket and a zippered pouch pocket. I've been looking for a jacket with that combination of features for a while and was so stoked to see this. I have athletic build with broad shoulders and usually wear a S/M in tops. After reading other reviews I was unsure of what size to get but went with a small and it fits like it was made for me! It's perfect with just a long sleeve or less underneath, anything more and it would likely be too tight. As it is, it does not feel constricting at all and I would definitely feel comfortable climbing in this jacket. I do think that if I had gotten a medium it would have looked too baggy.

        As other reviewers have mentioned, the hood is kinda funny looking when it's up. Funny enough that I probably won't end up using it all that often, but on such a great jacket that's not a problem.

        I usually wear a medium to a large shirt, my northface coat is a medium. I have a larger chest so I am wondering if I should get a Medium or Large of the patagonia nano puff pullover.

        Hey Jessica,

        I think you would fit well in a size Medium in this pullover. I also have trouble finding clothes that fit well with a large chest, and Patagonia's styles are generally a bit boxier and accommodate our body type well. If you have any other questions don't hesitate to reach out. My number is 8012044694 and my email is kswistak@backcountry.com.