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Patagonia Nano-Air Hooded Insulated Jacket - Women's

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    • Craft PinkPast season color
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    Stretchy and insulated.

    Let Patagonia be the first to welcome you to the new age of athletically oriented insulation with the Women's Nano-Air Hooded Insulated Jacket. This game-changing piece of outerwear blends the stretch and flexibility of fleece with the breathability and warmth of synthetic insulation. If you're leading the skin track in the backcountry and your crew isn't quite as speedy as you are, you'll be glad the Nano-Air hoodie breathes yet holds heat while you wait for the stragglers to reach you.
    Ripstop nylon on the outside gives this stretchy jacket a bit of a stiff upper lip in the face of rough rocks and nasty branches. Nylon plain weave on the inside slips over your silkweight baselayer without giving you grief. Proprietary FullRange insulation isn't stuck in place—like you, it breathes deeply and stretches. Whether you're climbing during the last days of fall or stabbing your ski pole for an extra hit of stability along a narrow traverse, the Nano-Air moves with you.
    The slim fit means this jacket won't interfere with your on-rock or off-piste plans. The hood stays close to your head for a trim profile. If it gets a wisp too windy, zip the full-height collar closed to protect your neck and chin from bitter breezes. Two smaller chest pockets are harness compatible for easy access to snacks, lip balm, or your credit-card sized camera. Two larger hand pockets hold gloves and full-sized energy bars.

    • 20D nylon ripstop face fabric, mechanical stretch, DWR finish
    • 50D nylon plain weave lining, mechanical stretch, DWR finish
    • 60g FullRange polyester stretch insulation
    • Slim fit
    • Hood
    • 2 chest pockets
    • 2 hand pockets
    • Item #PAT00HU

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [face fabric] 20D nylon ripstop, DWR coating, [lining] 50D nylon
    Insulation
    60g synthetic
    Fit
    slim
    Length
    hip
    Hood
    yes
    Pockets
    2 chest, 2 hand
    Claimed Weight
    12.4 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping, casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    comfy, warm & versatile

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

    I CANNOT SAY ENOUGH GOOD THINGS ABOUT THIS JACKET. It is literally the perfect in between of puffy and fleece. Now that I have it, I wonder how I hiked without it for so long. I bought this jacket because I was in need of a good midlayer jacket, mostly for hiking and keeping my core warm while commuting to and from my lifting gym (which is freezing in winter). I have also now added it into my winter running gear and just everyday use. The multiple pockets and hood are lifesavers and it is so versatile, it can work as a midlayer but also as an outer layer & climbing coat.

    It is warm enough that I only needed to pair it with a capilene long sleeve tee on a 10miler in the Catskills in 40 degree weather. Easy to take on and off and lightweight enough that I can roll up and shove into my pack. I used it recently hiking on Shawangunk Ridge Trail which had a lot of scrambling and a fall on my part and the jacket does not snag, tear or pill. The drawstring feature is great too, I used it while doing some outside sled work in windy conditions and I had no problems.

    Patagonia tends to fit small, but this jacket was true to size. I bought the large because I like to layer under it and I was worried about tightness in the shoulders/lat area but it fits great and I easily could have sized down.

    Thank you to gearhead Travis Bivins for the recommendation.

    Super cozy and versatile.. durability tb

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

    This jacket truly straddles the puffy/fleece line. It breathes well and is super cozy on a cold day. However, the fabric seems to soak up dirt and never quite get clean. It also has not held up well to use with a hip belot on my pack or my climbing harness.

    http://www.snowbeastreviews.com/w-nano-air

    for in depth review.

    Good outdoor jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Xsmall
    • Height: 5'2"
    • Weight: 120lbs

    I was expecting this to be warmer for winter use but I'm pretty pleased with it even though I will be using it for warmer weather outdoor purposes. Great color combination.

    A great piece to keep you warm

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: S
    • Height: 5'3"
    • Weight: 110lbs

    I wore a single layer along with this jacket on a -degree day and it was enough to keep me warm throughout the day. The material is very soft and not too bulky. Can be worn along for hiking or running, or used as a mid layer for snow sports. It's an extremely versatile jacket.

    Very happy with this coat

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'8"
    • Weight: 150lbs

    I went through a couple other jackets before getting the nano-air hoody and I am so glad I kept looking for the right one. I took this to Patagonia for a 10 day hiking trip at the beginning of February and it far exceeded my expectations. When we backpacked to the base of the Torres it was very windy and snowed, but this jacket kept me warm and dry. It is so comfortable and the fabric is really cozy so you can wear it over a short-sleeve shirt. I got a medium and it fits great with room for base and mid layers while still fitting under my shell.

    We flirting.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 135lbs

    I'm a tall, gangly thing, so I tend to have issues with the more petite-oriented Patagucci fits. The Nano Air is no exception. I ADORE the fabric--it's nearly weightless, instantly warm, and incredibly breathable (think touring, running, xc skiing, backpacking). I love this jacket for more horizontally-focused activities around town and in the mountains, but the fit isn't suitable for anything vertically-focused like ice climbing or alpine. The arms are a great length, but when I reach above my head to swing an ice tool etc, the hem pulls out of my harness, resulting in a cold and annoyed Zoe. The medium is semi-fitted/relaxed, and I'm swimming in the large although the length is better. If only the medium were a bit longer in the torso...

    Most likely my favorite jacket.

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

    The performance of this jacket is unrivaled. Patagonia really outdid themselves with the construction of this piece. Like all the reviews below me, there has rarely been a time in which that I've felt as though I needed to remove my jacket because I'm too warm. It consistently regulates my body temperature and offers a stellar warmth-to-weight ratio when I need it. The fit is pretty on point, and stays true to Patagonia's Alpine Fit, which is to say it has a slimmer fit than say the Patagonia Nano Puff or Down Jacket. Not only that, but this piece layers amazingly. This is pretty much my do-everything jacket (hiking, daily use, skiing, climbing, etc) and to say the least I'm obsessed with it. It does get a little on the stinky side, but it's synthetic and that's to be expected. I'm typically a size XS in Patagonia's products across the board, though sometimes I purchase a Small in the Alpine Fit to accommodate for more layering beneath the item in question.

    I will speak to the fabric pilling as I've experienced this myself - I typically just tossed the jacket in the wash and that has absolved the pilling problem, though my husband has one as well and his has endured the pilling far more than mine has. We took a sweater stone to the material and thus far it's held up fine with no holes, though I can see it being problematic and potentially detrimental to the overall integrity of the fabric considering how thin it is.

    purchase of the season

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: large
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 160lbs

    I had been eyeing this jacket for more than a year. The first thing I was so attracted to was how soft the fabric is. Secondly, as i learned more about it, the performance is what really grabbed my attention. Going ski touring with friends I noticed how the could comfortably keep it on while I was constantly sweating in my down puffy, contemplating whether I should keep in on or take it off. When you're tired and trying to keep up with your buds, its a big deal. Since purchasing this jacket, I have gone on 2 big spring ski tours and a handful other activities. Its light and breathable. I purchased the Chartreuse, which is a loud color but also reflects the sun nicely. I was able to sleep in my sleeping bag comfortably, staying warm but not sweaty, and of course it is super soft and comfy. So glad I made this purchase. Also, shout out to Backcountry's incredible customer service. I chose the wrong shipping option and they fixed it immediately. Then I bought a couple more items and Gearhead Conner Johnson called me to thank me for my purchase and see if I had any further questions. It made me feel so special!

    Love.

      This hoodie is so comfy. It feels so soft and fits great under a shell or windbreaker. Equally comfortable on warm or cold days. Nano Air is my go-to layering piece. I've got 2 now and I have no problem justifying the price. It's that awesome.

      Comfort and functionality

        This hoodie is out of this world!! So soft and comfortable. I have other jackets for other reasons and this one fits a particular role. If you need a hoodie that feels like a cloud is hugging you and let's your body heat out, then look no further. The nano air lets you be physically active and still stay warm and cozy. I mainly use this for climbing, hiking, running, and lounging around the house. If you're on the fence, get it.

        Best Coat I've Ever Owned

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: small
        • Height: 5'2"
        • Weight: 100lbs

        This jacket is nice and warm yet breathable. It's nice and light weight for stuffing into your backpack. I wear it everyday to school and every night for walking my dogs.

        Must have piece

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: XS
        • Height: 5'6"
        • Weight: 108lbs

        I bought the Patagonia Nano Air Hooded Insulated Jacket for my wife as a present to replace some older fleece mid-layers. Everyone should think about replace their old fleeces with one of these as the material is superior (breathable and range of motion) and it feels and wears light than fleece. It is also a great standalone piece in the spring and fall (or winter in CA). My wife is 5'6" and 108 lbs and the XS fits great

        What a fabulous jacket

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: xs
        • Height: 5'3"
        • Weight: 118lbs

        It feels and looks great. What I love most about it is that it breathes. This is a great jacket if you are doing any kind of outdoor workout because you don't get overheated. It's a slim fit and you should measure yourself and follow the chart. I have an XS but should've ordered the small. (Wishful thinking on my part, so it will hopefully force me to lose that five pounds of excess weight I have.)

        heaven

        • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
        • Fit: True to size
        • Size Bought: XS
        • Height: 5'6"
        • Weight: 97lbs

        I've worn it a couple of times in weather ranging from the mid 20s to low 40s, with only a mid-weight Patagonia capilene base layer shirt underneath. I was completely comfortable even standing still at the colder end of that spectrum, all zipped up. At the higher end of the temperature spectrum, during or after intense exertion, I had to unzip and my arms felt a bit warm -- but not so warm that I had to take the jacket off. And if a breeze kicked up, the sun hid, or I slowed down, I zipped up at least part way.

        Amazingly light for the amount of warmth it delivers. I have other ultra-light jackets, but this is the warmest. The cut of the hood, with the zipper coming up so high in front, and so much of the head being covered adds a lot of warmth. Its stretchiness makes it extremely comfortable. There's so little weight or bulk. I love that I don't need anything beyond a base layer underneath. It is a joy to hike in.

        I hope the weather stays cold this winter so I have many more opportunities to wear this jacket!

        lives up to the hype.

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times
        • Fit: Runs large
        • Size Bought: small
        • Height: 5'8"

        Really does live up to the hype. My new go-to mid or outer layer for splitboard touring in these early-mid winter (ie. cold) conditions. Closest thing I've found to live up to the "put it on, leave it on" advertising claim (ie. really is breathable, yet warm). Only (minor) downsides is the outer material is relatively delicate (watch yourself near camp stoves, etc) and not wind-resistant, but that's not why you're buying this. I want another.

        lives up to the hype.