photo: Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hoody synthetic insulated jacket

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Built for the highest exertion mountain athletes and objectives the Nano-AirA(R) Light Hoody offers the same dynamic stretch as the Nano-AirA(R) Hoody but with 75 more breathability and two-thirds the insulation.FeaturesLight yet durable 100 nylon ripstop shell and plain-weave liner both with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish offer generous mechanical stretch and exceptional breathabilityRevolutionary 40-g FullRangeA(R) insulation warms and stretches; combined with the shell and liner this creates excellent mechanical stretch and unprecedented air permeability (70CFM)Engineered pattern avoids all seaming across the shoulders and back eliminating abrasion points and enhancing stretchStretchy hood with elastic binding is warm and simplePullover silhouette has deep center-front zipper to allow for quick venting and easy on-offExterior left-chest zip pocketStretch-woven Variable Conditions Cuffs are shaped patterned and seamed for low-bulk layering and push up easily without constricting forearms309 g (10.9 oz)MaterialsShell: 1.6-oz 30-denier 100 nylon stretch ripstop.Lining: 2-oz 50-denier 100 nylon stretch plain weave.Cuffs: 4.7-oz 88 polyester/12 spandex stretch woven.All with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish.Insulation: 40-g FullRangeA(R) 100 polyester stretch

- Massey's Outfitters refers to the men's version

Built for serious mountain objectives, the men's Patagonia Nano-Air Light hoodie offers the same dynamic stretch as the Nano-Air hoodie, but with 75% more breathability and 2/3 the insulation.

- REI refers to the men's version

evo.com | Patagonia Synthetic Jackets > The Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hoodie is feather-light, compresses to the size of a half-liter water bottle, and turns a chilly mountaintop into a perfectly comfortable place to take in the views. Take our word for it, you need this hoody in your pack the next time you head out. Slim Fit Shell 1.6-oz 30-Denier 100% Nylon Stretch Ripstop with DWR (Durable Water Repellent) Finish 40-g FullRange | Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hoodie 2019

- evo refers to the men's version

Keeping in mind those who redline in the alpine, our Nano-Air(R) Light Hoody represents another step forward. This light, stretchy, extended-range midlayer quickly became a tester and ambassador favorite due to its dynamic insulation and sweet-spot breathability. The fabric package sheds snow and maintains the same impressive stretch as our regular Nano-Air (100% stretch nylon shell and liner), but it's three-quarters more breathable and a third less insulative (using 40-g FullRange(R) 100% polyester stretch insulation)-meaning, you'll never need to take it off. The stripped-down, deep-venting pullover silhouette remains trim through the midsection, while the engineered pattern eliminates seams across the shoulders and back, thus removing abrasion points and enhancing comfort. The hood works alone, under a helmet or stretches over lower-profile helmets, and the polyester/spandex stretch-woven Variable Conditions Cuffs are shaped, patterned and seamed to reduce bulk when layered and allow easy push-up without constricting the forearms. With an exterior left-chest zippered pocket.

- Patagonia.com refers to the men's version

Patagonia Men's Nano-Air Light Hoody - The Patagonia Men's Nano-Air Light Hoody is a light, stretchy, extended-range midlayer that's quickly become a tester and ambassador favorite for its dynamic insulation and sweet-spot breathability. The fabric package sheds snow and maintains stretch like the Nano Air, but it's more breathable.

- Outdoorplay refers to the men's version

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previously retailed for:
$123.93 - $249.00

The Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hoody is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 16, 2019 at REI.

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