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Stare the storm in the eye.

Built to block the blowing winds and cold temps on long alpine climbs, the Patagonia Men's Stretch Nano Storm Insulated Jacket combines a durable, waterproof material with performance insulation. Constructed with a H2No Performance Standard shell, this jacket provides protection from wind and precipitation, while FullRange insulation warms and stretches to keep you comfortable without restricting your range of motion. The highly breathable liner helps move moisture away from your body, keeping you dry and comfortable while you move.

In addition to the material's stretch, the Stretch Nano Storm Insulated Jacket is designed with an articulated pattern and seamless shoulder design for enhanced ease of movement. Two-way pit zips provide customized ventilation. The helmet-compatible hood features a two-way adjustable cord-lock system for easy use with gloved hands, and the adjustable hem helps seal out cold whether you're just starting an ascent or pushing for the summit.

  • Built to buffer the cold and wet of alpine climbing
  • H2No shell with fully tapes seams is waterproof and breathable
  • Stretch face fabric and lining promotes mobility
  • FullRange synthetic insulation insulates and stretches
  • Breathable lining moves heat and moisture away from the body
  • Helmet-compatible hood with two-way adjustment
  • Underarm vents for active ventilation
  • Articulated pattern and seamless shoulder for ease of movement
  • Item #PAT01HR

Tech Specs

[membrane/laminate] H2No Performance Standard (2-layer), [face fabric] 30D nylon stretch ripstop, DWR finish, [lining] 100% stretch polyester
60g FullRange synthetic
yes, two-way adjustable, helmet compatible
2 zippered chest, 2 high hand, 1 internal, 1 zippered internal security
2-way underarm zips
Claimed Weight
1 lb 4.5 oz
Recommended Use
alpine & expedition, climbing
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More useful than you think

  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 5'10"

This is marketed as an alpine climbing jacket, but I think it's a hell of an all around performer. Take the light and breathable Nano Air and add a stretch shell to give water and windproof features. There are huge pit zips to help when the warmth is too much. The hood works well without a helmet. The jacket really moves with you and is very warm even with a light base layer. I use it for hiking and travel as a general cold weather coat. I actually bought a medium a few years ago that is more form fitting with a light base layer, then came back and bought a large this year for more layering.
The downside is that with a pack on the back tends to get sweaty. Use a trampoline/vented pack and it's a lot better. It's not breathable as the no-shell Nano jackets, but this is for those who want the wind and water barrier. It's not cheap, but you can get a deal with Backcountry's coupons or at the end o season clearance.

Loved the coat but can't wear a backpack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 6'0"
  • Weight: 200lbs

I bought the coat after a lot of research and looking into different options. Ultimately I went with this one because of the awards it received and because reviews indicated it was a great blend of warmth and waterproof. I took it to Europe for a February vacation and it kept me warm and dry. Unfortunately, I wore a backpack and after 1/2 day walking around it wore down a massive spot in the lower back area. Super comfortable but I really wish it was more durable. Fortunately Backcountry has a good return policy. I'd actually buy the same coat again, but definately don't wear it with a backpack.

Lightweight, Super Comfortable, Warm

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XL
  • Height: 5'11"
  • Weight: 205lbs

I got this jacket for a trip to Denver in early March 2018 and for our planned snowshoeing there, and had them delivered there. I got my wife a Patagonia Ultralight Down Hooded (puff) Jacket that she looks great in it, but I would have looked like the Michelin Tire Man in a puff jacket, so this style looked better for me. I wasn't sure what size to get so I ordered both a L and XL, thinking I would send one back. The XL fit me better, but my son-in-law from Denver really liked it, so I gave him the L as an early birthday gift. He will get a lot of use out of it there. It was about 28 degrees out when we went snowshoeing in Colorado and all I wore under the jacket was a wicking t-shirt. I've used it three more times since then snowshoeing up in the Lake Tahoe area, and with temps in the mid 20's there, I still only wore a t-shirt under the jacket. It is super comfortable, stretches, repels water and breathes very well while keeping you toasty warm. You are paying for the technology and you won't be disappointed. Backcountry had great pricing and their staff provided incredible service!!

My Main Winter Coat in Wisconsin

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 6'
  • Weight: 185lbs

For the most part this coat lives up to its reputation. Its warm and weather proof. With a T-Shirt and a Patagonia R1 mid-layer, this coat is warm down to about 10 degrees (active), before you start to feel the cold creeping in. Any lower and you will need more layers, but that's not too often.

Its lightweight, which is a big plus. And its slightly stretchy and breathable.

The fit is good. I'm 6'0'', 185 lbs. Slight beer belly but otherwise I'm in good shape, and I have broad shoulders. There's some room in the torso to wear mid layers if you want, although the arms are a little bit slim fitting compared to the fit of the torso. Arms run slightly long compared to other Pata stuff in the same size. Which is a good thing for a technical jacket. And I REALLY like that its a little bit long for its size. With some tension on the waist cords, the weather can't creep in up under your waist.

If you want a weather proof nano-puff, this is your jacket.

2 Things I DONT LIKE:
1) The hood is sort of a joke. I don't see how this can fit a helmet underneath. Impossible. I have a large head (7 3/4 fitted hat), but its just way too small. Its snug when I just wear a beanie under it. They also gave the hood too much peripheral vision. Wind goes right in at the temples and chills your face. And while the collar does come above the chin and stops near the lips/nose, I would've liked it to come up another inch to help make this coat truly weather proof. In cold, windy weather the hood and collar (face guard) makes or breaks a coat. This coat just makes it over the hump in that regard.
2) The internal glover warmer pockets are very shallow. I wouldn't trust carrying anything in them for fear of things dropping out. I don't understand the design of these pockets.

Otherwise a great coat!

Go anywhere do anything

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Medium
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 174lbs

I have had the nano air for years and always loved it, however, there are a few drawbacks to the nano air and I didn’t love having to use it as a mid layer more often than a stand alone. The stretch nano storm fills the void that no other jacket comes close to, variable insulation with a waterproof shell! It retains the amazing features of the nano air, comfy stretchy and breathable, while adding a little warmth and waterproofing. Very happy with the stretch fabric although it does feel a little on the thin side I haven t experienced any issues with it thus far.

Fantastic for cold months

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium
  • Height: 5'10"
  • Weight: 200lbs

So, I really like the Nano Air (I have one without the hood), but the wind goes right through it. This is so much better for me. Wind and rain are stopped, but it is still fairly breathable and has a nice stretch to move with you. Pit vents are extremely useful for when it doesn't dump heat fast enough. Useful pockets are a nice addition as well.

Great Jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Large
  • Height: 6'1"
  • Weight: 199lbs

It's pretty simple... if you like Nano Air and want an insulated, water-resistant jacket, you're gonna like the Nano Storm. I'm a huge fan of the Nano insulation. I know it can be considered bulkier and less than flattering... but I love it.

Solid go-to winter jacket!

    I am 5'11" 200lb. And got the XL because I like roomy. It is a great winter windproof rain resistant jacket but wonderfully lightweight. If we get a plunger here in Vermont I simply add a fleece beneath and hit the outdoors without a shiver. Highly recommend this jacket and buying from backcountry because they are great people to deal with. There. My two cents.

    This jacket is radical

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 185lbs

    Patagonia's new Stretch Nano Storm jacket is essentially a Nano-Air Hoody encapsulated in a breathable tech shell with a longer, ski inspired cut. I have had this jacket for a couple months now and am amazed how much I've used it. From running errands on cold/rainy days to Snowmobiling in 0 F temps, it really delivers. It is comfortable due to the soft interior lining, and breathes very well - the Stretch Nano Storm is a true do-it-all jacket and will serve you well on the slopes or around town for 8 months out of the year. I am 6'2" 185 and like the large, but could fit in a medium if I wanted a more technical alpine fit.

    Too long/bulky at waste

    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'110"
    • Weight: 180lbs

    This jacket is built for beer bellies and/or tall people.

    5'10 175-180lbs and the medium is way too long, it's also bulky from the torso down. I get the 'alpine' cut is longer, but this should fit a person of my stature better. This jacket would look much better on someone who's 6'0-6'2 and lean or someone who's excessively overweight in the midsection at my height. I'd consider trying a small but the shoulders will likely be too small.

    Absolutely a must have

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Xl
    • Height: 5'9"
    • Weight: 175lbs

    Well finally got to try this baby out in 40 degree weather and a heavy rain with a 30 mph wind and let me tell u with just a R1 underneath I was very cozy. Not sure I'm crazy about the length but overall the jacket is very nice looks good and so far storm proof

    Hi, I'm looking for a solid synthetic layer for alpine / backcountry use including overnight ski touring. I'm looking at the nano air / nano storm .... I like the additional versatility of the weatherproof coating / pit zips etc of the storm but I will still need to pack my shell. How does the packed size of the nano air / nano storm compare as that will probably be the decider for me? Cheers


    If you're going to pack a shell anyway, go with the regular Nano Air. The Nano Storm here is the Nano Air with Patagonia's Stretch Rain Shadow jacket as the exterior. Nano Air is going to pack much smaller and be better for your needs it sounds like.