Patagonia Nano Puff Hoody

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Specs

Weight 12.7 oz / 360 g
Shell Fabric 1 oz 15-Denier 100% Recycled Polyester, Deluge® DWR Finish
Lining 1.4 oz 22-Denier 100% Recycled Polyester, Deluge® DWR Finish
Insulation 60 g PrimaLoft® One 100% Polyester

Reviews

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My wife loves this jacket! So in my review of the…

Rating: rated 4.5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $100

Summary

My wife loves this jacket!

Pros

  • Not down
  • Still warm
  • Still packable

Cons

  • Elastic cuffs on the sleeves

So in my review of the Mountain Hardwear Zonal Jacket, I mentioned that my wife was allergic to down, but I will mention it again just in case. My wife can't wear down, so I can't either. And this for her, amongst all the alternative jackets we tried, was the best.

Great fit, fantastic hood! And still very warm and packable. The only quarrel I have with it is the elastic cuffs, but she doesn't mind. Great layered under a soft-shell, but it is still tough enough to stand alone. I really like that (unlike the men's version) it is form fitting! It makes her hourglass shape still look great! Despite layering up like the Marshmallow man from Ghostbusters.

As a stand alone, my wife said she can get down to around 30°F, which is good for her because she is a wuss.

rated 5.00 of 5 stars All Nano Puff Hoody versions

In addition to the 1 women's review above, there are 2 reviews for other versions of the Nano Puff Hoody. Read all reviews »

Where to Buy

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Nano Puff Hoody page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Patagonia's full-zip Nano Puff Hoody is made with warm, incredibly lightweight, highly compressible PrimaLoft One insulation. Ideal as an insulating layer or outerwear in the cold.

- CampSaver.com

Windproof and water-resistant, the women's Patagonia Nano Puff hoodie is made with incredibly lightweight and compressible PrimaLoft One insulation, and is ideal as an insulating or outer layer.

- REI

Another day in the Park: endless belays as spindrift washes over in waves, hurried pitches up graupel-filled grovel fests and pulling the ropes under shimmering stars. Normal duty for our Nano Puff(R) Hoody ranges from sleek micro-belay parka to an insulated jacket on quick alpine dashes. Its simple, elasticized hood opening adds thermostat-like warmth, and the low-bulk, hydrophobic, highly compressible PrimaLoft(R) Gold Insulation (60-g) traps heat with remarkable efficiency, even when wet. The wind-blocking, moisture-shedding 100% recycled polyester shell with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish glides effortlessly in your layering system, and a soft, wicking interior storm flap and zipper garage add chin comfort (when all hell?s breaking loose, the little victories help). Shaped side panels enhance the women?s specific fit, and the hoody stuffs into an internal, zippered chest pocket that has a carabiner clip-in loop. It also has two zippered handwarmer pockets, elasticized cuffs and a dual-adjust drawcord hem to seal out wind and seal in warmth.

- Patagonia.com

Windproof and water-resistant, the full-zip Patagonia Women's Nano Puff Hooded Insulated Jacket may be the most versatile outerwear-slash-midlayer in your winter-sport wardrobe. Warm, incredibly lightweight, highly compressible 60g PrimaLoft One insulation delivers efficient cozy performance that layers easily beneath your nasty-weather shell or when worn alone in milder conditions, thanks to its long-lasting Deluge DWR finish. The exterior and lining is made from tough and eco-friendly 100% recycled polyester that also feels soft and smooth against your skin. A regular fit give you room to move yet fits well when layering. The fully insulated hood keeps your head comfy when the wind and cold blow in. Zippered hand pockets secure your valuables while you rip it up. You won't believe how much warmth fits into this super-lean and light hoodie. Yes, it will fit under a shell without straining the seams, and it will be all the insulation you need when worn as a midlayer.

- Backcountry.com