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Moosejaw Staff Pick - Maddie, Moosejaw Secret Headquarters
I can speak first-hand about the usefulness of the Patagonia Nano Puff Jacket. I've owned one for years and always keep it close by. When planning a hiking trip it is pretty much an auto-include, year round. You'll be ready for chilly nights, frosty days and it's always ready to be your pillow every single night. The Women's Nano Puff is filled with PrimaLoft ONE synthetic insulation which traps heat, even when wet. The outer shell is lightweight ripstop recycled polyester with Deluge DWR finish to shed moisture. All of this adds up to a very light 11.1 oz. It stands up to all you can throw at it and will excel as your go-to insulating layer in the winter. This year's model is even better as it has an improved fit through the torso and waist, and an added interior storm flap behind the zipper. Plus it has the classic Nano Puff “brick" quilting pattern that has been making brick houses aesthetically pleasing for years.
Products on Sale are Discontinued Styles or Colors.
|Best Use:||Ice and Mixed Climbing, Basecamp and Expedition, Hiking, Climbing, Casual|
|Jacket Features:||Zipper Garage, Elastic Cuffs, Insulated, Zipper or Storm Flap, Adjustable Drawcord Hem, Water-resistant, Waterproof|
|Insulation Details:||60 g Primaloft Gold|
|Jacket Shell Fabric:||100% Recycled Polyester|
|Product Technology:||DWR, PrimaLoft Gold|
|Collection:||Urban Commuter, Mountain Performance|
|Fit Type:||Regular Fit|
Durable Water Repellant
DWR (Durable Water Repellent) is a coating that is applied to fabrics which makes them water-resistant, or hydrophobic. It's cute to think of a fabric as being afraid of water. Now if only they could make a bearphobic coating. A DWR finish doesn't interfere with breathability, which makes it perfect for adverse conditions in the backcountry.
Primaloft Gold synthetic insulation offers light weight thermal efficiency, permanent water resistance, maximum breathability and superior softness. That's probably more impressive than your resume. Maybe you should try beefing up your resume. I suggest adding "great at problem solving and not lying on resumes."
|USA Numeric Size Conversion||0 - 2||4 - 6||8 - 10||12 - 14||16|
|Chest||32 - 33"||34 - 35"||36 - 37"||38.5 - 40"||42"|
|Waist||24 - 25"||26 - 27"||28 - 29"||30.5 - 32"||34"|
|Hip||34.5 - 35.5""||36.5 - 37.5"||38.5 - 39.5"||41 - 42.5"||44.5"|
Please note that the measurements provided above refer to the body size, and NOT the garment dimensions.
Short = 30" | Regular = 32" | Long = 33"
|USA Numeric Size Conversion||00 - 2||4 - 6||8 - 10||12 - 14|
|Waist||24 - 26"||27 - 28"||29 - 30"||31 - 32"|
|Women's||-||6.5 - 7"||7 - 7.5"||7.5 - 8"||8.5 - 9"|
|Unisex||6.5"||7 - 7.5"||8 - 8.5"||9 - 9.5"||10 - 10.5"|
Measure your hands using flexible measuring tape, and measurements should be taken around the knuckles, and NOT the thumb.
|Adult Head Circumference||20.5 - 21.5"||21.375 - 22.75"||23 - 24.5"|
|One Size Fits All||-||21.5 - 23.5"||-|
Patagonia's measurements refer to body size and NOT garment dimensions. Sorry for yelling about it.