Product Description (Men's Patagonia Nano Puff Pullover)
This pullover jacket is made from 15 Denier recycled polyester with a Deluge® DWR finish and has PrimaLoft® One insulation, a deep center front zipper, a left chest pocket that doubles as a stuff sack, and an elasticized cuff and hem.
Features of this item include: Winter, Hiking
good piece of kit January 02, 2013
Reviewer: Dave from upstate NY
Glad I bought this . Light and compresses well . One wouldn't think this garment could pack the warmth that it does . Wore it today for the first time , ice climbing . Had on a mid wt layer , 100 wt fleece with a soft shell . As pretty chilly . Threw the patty on and I was toast . Temps were low teens with a good stiff wind . Easy in the single digets 0 with the wind chill . Fit is good for layering under or over a shell .I'm 5'10" 190# with a square build and the large fit perfect . Not to baggy as a under layer , and works well as a over layer with no restrictive movements .
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Great Layer February 26, 2011
Reviewer: Bill P from Baltimore, MD
I purchased the Nano Puff Pullover for use as a mid- or outer-layer for climbing in maritime conditions. It is a quantum leap ahead of traditional fleece.It is very light and compressible. When fully zipped, it provides excellent insulation and warmth even in windy conditions. However it also vents well when things warm up.As a mid-layer under a Gore-Tex shell, it moves well due to its nylon construction and you don't have to worry about about humidity buildup undermining its insulting properties like you would with an equivalent down piece.At 10 oz, it will always be with you because there really isn't a weight or volume penalty associated with carrying it.I purchased this about a month ago. Every day since then I've put it on in the morning to beat the chill and have rarely taken it off throughout the day.
Nano Puff Patagonia Pullover January 15, 2011
Reviewer: wtongco from East Tennessee
Excellent warmth, wind resistant and very light. Ran a 5k in 28 degree weather with Nano and base and had to undress. Skied in 20 degree weather with base, nano, shell and never got cold. I usually get cold easy, 5'4", 130#. Wife bought one after wearing it once. Now my favorite layer or pullover.
for wind and cold December 14, 2010
Reviewer: Murgatroy from NYC
Remarkable light pullover that serves as layer, shell or stand alone. Temps have bounced from 60 to 15 the last few weeks. I'm 6'5" and 230 and an XL is great, a little boxy at the waist but athletic overall. Elastic waist and cuffs don't constrict, nor too loose. Liked it enough to buy the hooded version too.
Small, light and toasty... November 18, 2010
Reviewer: Clay from Clays Castle
I like that the chest pocket doubles as an integrated stuff sack. And that the coat is so light that you forget you're wearing it. And that it's toasty, windproof and still insulates when wet. I hope it lasts a long time.