Ideal for everything from backpacking to climbing to everyday wear, the Patagonia Women’s Nano Puff Jacket delivers lightweight, packable warmth. Its PrimaLoft Gold Insulation Eco fill offers reliable performance even in wet conditions.
Meeting Patagonia’s rigorous performance standards while also lessening environmental impact by utilizing 55% recycled content, the jacket’s compressible PrimaLoft Gold Insulation Eco holds warmth in crucial areas of heat loss. A unique “brick” quilt pattern keeps the insulation in place to ensure a light and comfortable layer of warmth whether you’re wearing the jacket as an outer layer or beneath a weatherproof shell. Windproof and water-resistant 100% recycled and bluesign-approved polyester exterior fabric is treated with a DWR (durable water repellent) finish, bolstering weather protection. A wicking interior wind flap behind the center front zipper keeps drafty gusts and moisture at bay while the drawcord-adjustable hem is also ready to seal out cold wind.
Other features include two zippered hand warmer pockets, a drop-tail hem, and a zippered internal chest pocket that doubles as a stuff sack for the jacket when you need to pack it down and stow it away.
With a regular fit that’s designed for comfortable layering, the Patagonia Women’s Nano Puff Jacket is available in a variety of color and size options.
- 100% recycled polyester ripstop shell
- 60-g PrimaLoft Gold Insulation
- Brick quilting pattern with horizontal quilt lines on side panels
- Center-front zipper with wicking interior storm flap and zipper garage at chin
- Two zippered handwarmer pockets
- Drawcord-adjustable drop-tail hem
- Internal chest pocket doubles as a stuffsack
Best Use Backpacking, Hiking, Casual, Climbing, Mountaineering Jacket Back Length Hip-Length Insulation Type Synthetic Type Insulated Jacket Warranty Limited Lifetime Shell Material 1.4 oz 22D recycled polyester w/ DWR coating Insulation Material 60g PrimaLoft Gold Insulation ECO polyester Number of Pockets 3 Fit Regular Other Features Stuffs into pocket Liner Material 1.4 oz 22D recycled polyester w/ DWR coating
Real Customer Reviews
- My go-to jacket
Likes: About Product: Lightweight, warm, beautiful pattern, quality texture.
About Backcountry Edge Service: Fast shipping, competitive price.
I am very satisfied with this purchase. Thank you.
- Great casual lightweight coat
Likes: Lightweight, nice fit, somewhat unique color, good quality
Dislikes: No dislikes
- As described. Very please. Fast Shipping.
Likes: My daughter loved it as a Christmas gift. Exactly what she was hoping for.
Likes: I am giving this as a present, but I can comment on the fit. I am a 5’2”, 125lb female with an athletic build. The medium fits me comfortably with a sweatshirt underneath.
Dislikes: None that I noticed by simply trying it on
- Just love it
Likes: It’s a perfect fit And love the comfort & warmth! So excited to wear it
- Super warm!
Likes: Light weight
- Staple jacket for every wardrobe
Likes: Flattering, very warm, great fit, well made.
Dislikes: I wish it was a tad bit longer but it’s still a fantastic jacket that I will continue to wear both to work and when out running errands. I do wish they would bring back the nano puff hybrid jacket- that was my favorite.
- Amazing Jacket!
Likes: I purchased this jacket for my wife and she loves it. My brother and myself also have a nano puff and we pretty much live in these things. Easily you the most comfortable jacket we have ever owned. Lightweight, warm, and highly recommend.
Dislikes: There is a ton on stiching on this jacket. It helps to hold the insulation in place and it looks really nice but I feel like it could be more durable. The stitching seems to come undon rather easily. I feel like this jacket is best used as a mid layer with a protective shell over the top to protect the delicate stiching.
- Great jacket!
Likes: It's very light, but warm. This is a second purchase.
- My favorite jacket
Likes: I have 3 of them, this is the second one I bought for the wifey. She wears it more than any other jacket she has, as it's good in cool and cold weather. The windproofness makes a huge difference. We used this in the late fall in Alaska with a sweater layer (Patagonia Better Sweater) and were good down to the 27 degrees it got everynight. It handled the snow and mild drizzle with ease. I use this in the Texas winters that drop into the 40s and the occasional upper 20s and low 30s. The Texas winters don't get as cold, but with the rain and humidity, it feels just as cold if not colder than the dryer climates.
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