Sarah Jane P.wrote a review of Patagonia Nano Puff Insulated Jacket - Women's on November 9, 2015
Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Fit: True to size
This jacket is great for warmth but the material is too fragile for outdoor sports. I've worn it backpacking, climbing, and skiing and have a tear in the fabric every place that it's touched a branch or rock. And I'm not even actually wearing it to climb- it's got rips on the arms from where I've brushed against a rock setting up an anchor, it's got holes in the back from where I've just been leaning against a rock, it snags on every stick and bush I walk by. I've made multiple repairs on it for every trip I've worn it on. I supposed it would be fine if your definition of "rough and tumble day" involves being on the subway. I've never seen the shell material that mountain hardware, marmot, or outdoor research use in their insulated jackets rip like this in light outdoor use. Pass on this unless you really need a $200 jacket to ride the subway in.