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The Patagonia Women's Nano Air Hoody is a synthetic jacket for alpine climbing and fast, aerobic activity. The Nano Air Hoody uses a nylon ripstop shell and plain-weave liner that provides plenty of stretch for movement with a durable water repellent finish to deter a light rain or snow. Worn as an outer layer, the jacket provides warmth and breathability, to combat the cold weather without overheating as you work your way to the top. When worn as a mid-layer under a lightweight shell, the synthetic 60 gram FullRange Insulation turns up the heat in the thermal department. The hood stretches, meant to be worn next to the head, but capable of fitting over a low-profile helmet when necessary. Two chest pockets and two hand pockets secure smaller items close by without interfering with your harness. The 12.4 ounce hoody is ready for your next adventure.
FEATURES of the Patagonia Women's Nano Air Hoody
Light-yet-durable 100% nylon ripstop shell and plain-weave liner offer generous mechanical stretch and exceptional breathability, with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Revolutionary 60-g FullRange Insulation warms and stretches
Combined with the shell and liner, this creates a jacket with generous mechanical stretch and unprecedented air permeability (40CFM)
Iconic Nano Puff brick quilting in the side panels, articulated patterning and other quilting details improve shape and durability
Stretchy hood with binding easily pulls on or off, even when jacket is zipped
Center-front zipper has wicking interior storm flap and zipper garage at chin for next-to-skin comfort
Two handwarmer pockets and two chest pockets are zippered, welted and lowbulk to wear comfortably with a harness or pack
Stretch binding at the cuffs and a dual-adjustable drawcord hem seal in warmth
SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Women's Nano Air Hoody
Weight: 12.4 oz / 351 g
Shell: 1.3-oz 20-denier 100% nylon ripstop with mechanical stretch and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
Lining: 2.0-oz 50-denier 100% nylon plain weave with mechanical stretch and a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
By far my favorite jacket to wear. Easy to layer both under and over depending on the weather, super light, super soft. Could probably wear it straight from September to May, maybe June, in the Midwest US.
"looove this jacket! may never take it off."
After a few days it’s passed many tests so far in WY winter as a warm outer layer for chilly dog walks & a comfortable midlayer for skiing. As advertised, it’s light weight & breathes well. I can go from 30° outside into a warm home & not need to de-layer to be comfortable. It's only slightly wind resistant due to the breath ability- but if you add a midlayer or a shell the wind is no problem. Even with temps below freezing the jacket paired with a midlayer keeps me warm. The material is soft & cloud-like. The arms & body are long which is a big plus for me (at 5’10” & long limbs)! There’s a wide range of motion without the arms hiking up/exposing your midsection/back. I usually wear a medium in Patagonia, but loved the Cobalt Blue color option which was only in a large. The large actually fits really well & looks nice with or without layers. (Medium probably would’ve fit like a glove = nice unless you want the ability to layer.) I can’t wait to try the jacket on more adventures.
This jacket has been awesome to wear during this unseasonably warm winter. I got a small, I am usually between a small-medium, and it fits like a glove. Really though I wear it instead of a sweatshirt under a warmer coat when it gets really cold outside. It insulates well when it I am cold outside but does not overheat me once I step inside- sometimes I forget I am wearing it.
Ordered in a small for my daughter who generally wears a size 3/4 and it is much too small - looks like it would fit a ten year old. Also for the price it is not a very substantial jacket, I can't imagine it will actually be warm enough to wear in really cold weather. Will reorder in a medium only because my teenager insists on having it as a fashion statement but for the money would have expected something better.
I had been skiing/hiking/casual venturing in a primaloft jacket for years and after ripping the sleeve open I was in the market for a new lightweight insulating jacket that I could wear either on its own or under a ski jacket in the winter. This jacket is foots the bill perfectly. It is extremely lightweight - you barely feel like you have anything on when you're wearing it. It is very soft, and warm yet breathable.I do have to warn the jacket runs a bit big - I am 5'6" and weigh 130 pounds and normally buy mediums for outerwear (and did for this). The sleeves are a bit long and I think I probably should've gotten a small, although this way I'll be able to wear thicker layers underneath if necessary.