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Patagonia Nano-Air Insulated Jacket - Women's

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    Insulation that is stretchy, breathable, and warm.

    A new era of highly technical, supremely stylish jackets starts today with the Patagonia Women's Nano-Air Insulated Jacket. This trim-fitting jacket is filled with Patagonia's revolutionary FullRange insulation. An ingenuous blending of features, this innovative insulation stretches like fleece but breathes like synthetic insulation you've come to know and love. Now, when you're power-shopping in Manhattan or powering up a slippery slab, every move you make will be warm and dry, without any extra effort on your part.

    Nylon ripstop on the outside won't let sharp elbows or crabby granite turn your jacket into tatters. Nylon plain weave on the inside glides over your baselayer with the greatest of ease. DWR all over helps excess water bead up and roll away, rather than sit on the jacket surface and slowly sink into the insulation. FullRange insulation blends the warmth and breathability of other synthetic insulation with the stretch and flexibility of fleece.

    The slim fit leaves little excess fabric to impede your progress. A lone chest pocket is perfect for cash and credit cards. Two hand pockets hold gloves, lipstick, or a spare bag of trail mix. The mid-height collar won't guarantee your safety against vampires, but will protect your neck against a bit of nasty wind. Designed to fill the gap between the R2 and Nano-Puff jackets, the Nano-Air will leave you actively happy for years to come.

    • 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
    • 1 chest pocket
    • 2 hand pockets
    • Item #PAT00HV
    • Reviews
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    My girlfriend loves it!

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

    I bought this as a gift for my girlfriend. She has worn it everyday since I gave it to her. Its a perfect jacket alone if its chilly, or layered when its cold. She normally wears a small in jackets, but I got her a medium so she could layer under and it fits perfectly!

    My mother loves it

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

    I bought this as a gift for my mother because she wanted a jacket that was kind of like my Arcteryx Atom LT. She is in love with this jacket she wears it almost everywhere and will soon be taking it on a backpacking trip. She wears a small and it fits her perfectly, the only thing she didnt like is that there was no inner zipper, but she loves everything else about the jacket that it didnt matter.

    Gorgeous technical wear

    • Height: 5'6"
    • Weight: 150lbs

    Beautifully designed and made. The cloth exterior has a soft feel that is hard to describe, almost like cotton silk. The only downside--it is a magnet for dog and cat hair! The styling reminds me of the traditional chinese work coat. Utilitarian, comfortable, but elegant. I had some doubt about how warm it would be, but it is surprisingly so. Perfect for activity outside when it is cold but not cold enough for the down sweater jacket. I wish it came in more neutral colors for women...a dark grey, for example, or an army green. I also wish Patagonia would consider a different approach to the labels on their down sweaters and nano-line. They are great technical wear, as usual, but also quite expensive. They could form a niche part of the Patagonia brand that could also be worn more fashionably, but the same-old Patagonia tag right on the front of the jacket, and the typical "sporty" color choices confine the look to sportswear.

    Great lightweight jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'2"
    • Weight: 115lbs

    Wicked warm and lightweight.
    Usually would buy a small but purchased a medium to put layers on under and to not feel super constricted, the small fit but was a little snug.
    Only issue I've had was it got a small tear on the arm from a thorn. So partially my fault but I feel thats typically what happens over time with flexible and lightweight gear, but its an easy fix to patch up.
    Overall awesome midlayer or everyday jacket.

    HEAVEN!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: m
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 165lbs

    I wrote a dual review for the Patagonia Nano and the Patagonia Houdini jackets as these two pieces have become my "go-to" pieces for damn near everything I do. When I snowboard, I put the Nano under my Outdoor Research jacket and I'm good for the day. This is so lightweight and so breathable and so FLEXIBLE! OMG! What a revolution! Can't rave enough. Plus, it looks as good in NYC as it does tearing it up on the beautiful, steep slopes of Taos.

    Light, fabric doesn't hold up

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small
    • Height: 5'6"
    • Weight: 135lbs

    Lightweight, compressible, ready to go. Once gripe is the fabric pills very easily and jacket starts to look run down after one wash cycle.

    Amazing!

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

    This is one of the most comfortable jackets out. It has a huge temperature comfort range, stretch insulation, and a quiet exterior fabric. Phenomenal! I have 3 and have gifted 3 to my closest friends. Needless to say but they never take them off till summer.

    The perfect jacket.

    • Size Bought: m
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 165lbs

    It weighs almost nothing. It's surprisingly strong and snag-proof. It stretches. It breathes. It repels water. It fits great. It isn't shiny or noisy...so I can go from snowboarding in Taos to cruising around Manhattan without feeling like I'm giving up any style OR functionality. I love it. Love, love, love it!

    Haven't taken it off since I got it

      I did a ton of research before buying this jacket. It seemed to be a little expensive for a mid layer. But, after trying on a couple different jackets in this class I found this one to be the best fit. I sized up so I could layer. It's super warm, crazy light, comfortable, and versatile. Love it.

      All the warm fuzzy

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium
      • Height: 5'8"
      • Weight: 145lbs

      So warm, this jacket.

      I'm always cold, and this thing feels like never having to get out of bed. If only they made little finger jackets for those winter crack climbs. But I'll settle for an extremely warm torso and excellent flexibility throughout. Not sure how the fabric will hold up to continual scraping up against things or washing yet, and the arms seem a little wider than necessary, but I have full faith in Patagonia's stuff.

      Here to Stay...

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: small
      • Height: 5'6"
      • Weight: 120lbs

      During product clinics, nothing evokes more excitement than the Nano Air. From the stories people tell, it seems like it's been in the line as long as the Snap-T. She might be the new kid on the block, but she has staying power.

      If I HAD to keep only one Patagonia jacket, this would be it. It insulates as discreetly as a nano puff, as comfortable as an R3, wicks moisture like capeline, and breathes and stretches better than anything in it's class.

      It's most notable feature (aside from all the others) is how well it breaths and wicks moisture. During a recent backcountry tour, I took my backpack off and realized I sweat through my jacket. I never would have known since my back and baselayer was totally dry! Amazing!

      Nano Air, try it, you'll like it.

      Bumping into Pros...

      This picture was taken last October on Mt. Whitney. While hiking the 99 switch backs, my co-worker and I bumped into Steve Reifenstuhl, a totally badass and long time Patagonia ambassador. Steve and I are from the same town in Alaska, small world.

      Bumping into Pros...

      Nice jacket but only at the right price

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: Runs small
      • Size Bought: medium
      • Height: 5'2"
      • Weight: 135lbs

      I like it and am keeping it in spite of fit issues. It is light, warm, and stretchy, as advertised. Be aware, however, that slim fit means that short curvy women like me (and I don't mean fat but I am muscular and do have a butt) will fit properly in the top but not in the bottom. It is snug across the bottom. Also, I'm a petite, so the length is down to the widest part of my butt (actually down to the top of my thighs), which may be part of the problem.
      The cochineal is a rusty red.
      The permeability means that some wind does come through. It seems about 90% wind resistant.
      Don't know about water resistance yet.
      I like it a lot but may have to shorten it in order to fix the fit issue. Also I have an ongoing gripe about zippers going up to the chin. I do not have a short neck (according to my fit on a cervical collar) but the zipper seems to be in the way of my chin. Also the 'stacked zipper' problem once you start layering things becomes annoying. Please, designers, change the zipper design at the collar.
      Finally, I like it at the $100 price point, although it doesn't really have enough functionality to qualify as a good value at that price (one-way zipper only, no hood, not waterproof, zipper not waterproof, no adjustable or inner cuffs).
      Yes, I'm picky. I'm a Nordic ski patroller who is out in all weather including rain, sometimes into the night for search and rescue, sometimes on a snowmobile. I expect the best from Patagonia and I don't see that this jacket meets that standard.

      Very happy with this jacket

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

      I waited to review this jacket until I've worn it for a couple months. It's become my daily go-to and I wear it climbing, both as an outer layer unless it's raining then a shell over top... and snowboarding (as a mid layer). The sleeves are a bit long, but in a good way. I can reach up climbing and the sleeve is long enough to keep my wrist covered. It's so lightweight and keeps me just as warm as I want. Great Patagonia quality piece. I am often between a size S and XS. The XS was very fitted to me so I got the S so that I can wear layers underneath. I would call it true to size.

      Light jacket

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

      I like the fact that this is light but still really warm. For the most part it fits true to size, but the sleeves are a bit long and I normally don't have issues with that.

      Ladies, take note.

      This product was built with temperature regulation and mobility at the center of its design. Made to stand up to brutal colds, but with maximum breathability, you won't have to worry about packing 10 layers to do the work of one piece. Awesome work by Patagonia with this product.

      I'm more curious how this jacket performs in areas where winters are more mild, say Phoenix, where the low is around 45* F?

      I use it hiking the Arizona Trail in winter thru spring. I have the nano puff but it was too hot to hike in, great in camp or at a rest stop, but I run hot so bought the nano air and what a huge difference! Out of the tent and down the trail and on my way in the nano air and I don't over heat! It breathes but keeps you warm when you need it.

      What is the center back length of a medium?