The Women's Nano Puff Pullover by Patagonia. Windproof and water-resistant, the Nano PuffPullover is warm, incredibly lightweight, highly compressible and can be worn as insulation or outerwear in cold climates.
DECENT FEATURES of the Patagonia Women's Nano Puff Pullover
Ultra light ripstop recycled polyester shell fabric has a Deluge DWR finish
Lightweight 60-g PrimaLoft One insulation provides excellent warmth and compressibility
Deep center-front zipper allows for easy ventilation
Stuffs into zippered self-storage chest pocket with a reinforced carabineer clip-in loop
Elasticized cuffs and hem seal out wind
Weight: 8.6 oz / 243 g
Shell: 1-oz 15-denier 100% recycled polyester
Insulation: 60-g PrimaLoft One 100% polyester (70% recycled)
Lining: 1.4-oz 22-denier 100% recycled polyester
Shell and lining have a Deluge DWR (durable water repellent) finish
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I absolutely love this jacket. My boyfriend has one and I had to order myself one because it is so warm! I am 5'7'' 140 and I ordered a small. It fits snug and is kind of short so I just ended up ordering a medium. Hopefully it will fit but its so nice!
I could not have imagined the versatility of this little gem when I bought it a couple of years ago. Amazing warmth-to-weight, so packable, layers easily over a midlayer and goes from trail to street with ease. I wear this all. the. time.After several washes I notice some pilling along the stitching, but nothing major.Fit is a bit snug in the hips (and I have narrow hips) and roomy in the chest. I ordered a size up to accommodate the former (my friend has the jacket-style Nano Puff which has more typical proportions with negligible added weight for extra zipper--I will go with that option next time--and there will be a next time).
The torso of this jacket is short, but the arm length is fine. Love the color (I got the light green)! It's great for between 35 & 50 degrees. I wear it while I'm in the ice rink when it's warm out because it's not heavy, and it's great for running around doing errands. Probably will be great for spring/fall outdoor adventures...but haven't taken it on one yet. I think next time I'd size up.
"Great, lightweight and perfect for hiking"
This was great for day hikes on my recent trip to Everest Base Camp. It was not bulky and therefore squished easily in my daypack when I wasn't wearing it. Because of its size, it's also quite comfortable to sleep in. Perfect for layers.
This is an amazing jacket! I is super warm and slightly windproof so it take the chill of chilly wind! I have used it several times on climbing/camping trips and it has always served me well! It is super durable, but not constricting or overly puffy in anyway. It is so light and thin I feel like I am wearing a cloud (a warm cloud that is).
Incredibly warm, and ridiculously light. When you hold it, you would never think it's warm. Once you put it on though, you'll realize that the synthetic insulation will keep you very toasty. It's good alone for +30 degrees F. The Nano Puff is a great layering piece though, so throw a hard shell over it, or a capilene base-layer under it and you'll be warm. It's also very packable for avid backpackers like myself. It'll dry quickly because of the synthetics, thus, if you're traveling, you gotta have this!
"Perfect for climbing in unpredictable weather"
I take this on all my rock climbing trips. Its so small and lightweight that it makes no difference in my pack. Differently from other reviewers, I actually like the boxy fit (with the bottom hem loose, not elasticized) because it allows me to comfortably belay. Ill haveit up in the front, while my back is still covered. When it's my turn to climb, I'm able to pull it off without removing my helmet. When I climb in it It doesn't restrict my movement and the fabric has proved surprisingly durable. Every time the wind blows, you'll be surprised how something so thin and light can be so effective.
"Boxy is right, Elasticized hem not funtional"
I am very amazed at how light the jacket is. I am warm about a minute of wearing it. It is windproof BUT the bottom (waist) opening is hugh and the elasticized ham doesn't narrow the waist and so there is a big cap and wind just keep blowing in through the bottom. The arm is long but I kind of like it because I move around alot and I still have room. But if you want to look fit, you should get 1 size down.
The Nano is perfect for ultralight backpacking as it is about 10oz and even less weight than its down counterpart which costs $50 more. It is extremely light considering it is synthetic. I recommend this pull-over for a large range of uses as it is not bulky and it has only one pocket. Oh, and its great for layering in more moderate climates.
I saw a woman in Chicago wearing this during a somewhat cold day last spring. It looked fantastic on her; especially since it didn't look too casual. Say, as casual as a fleece 1/4 zip. I immediately wanted one to wear to work so I could be warm but not overly casual. It's a warm and functional top overall, but I seem to be drowning in it even though I ordered an xs. The sleeves are too long so they bulk up and there's no shape/definition in the waist. The nanopuff jacket however, does have a more defined waist/shape. It is not form fitting and I can wear a layer or possibly two underneath. Nice, but not as good as I expected.