Warm, stretchy and breathable, the updated Nano-Air Jacket features FullRange insulation and a new shell fabric with improved durability but the same soft hand, so you can wear it for the entirety of any aerobic, start-stop mission in the mountains.
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Protection up front, breathability in the back. The Nano-Air® Light Hybrid Jacket was created to put an end to the clam factor that often accompanies hefty aerobic effort in chilly temperatures and keep you at optimum operating temperature even on bad hair days. A light layer of warm, stretchy and breathable FullRange™ insulation (40-g) is wrapped in a lightweight yet durable, 100% nylon ripstop shell with DWR (durable water repellent) finish for just the right amount of wind- and weather protection up front. Everywhere else, a super stretchy, airy waffle knit swiftly wicks moisture, controls odor and dissipates heat. Other details include a sleek center-front zipper with a zipper garage that’s easy on the chin, stretch-knit cuffs with thumb holes to ensure critical coverage, low-profile zippered pockets for comfort under a harness or pack and a stretch binding hem to seal in warmth.
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Patagonia's Nano-Air Light Hybrid Hoody is a super technical jacket that is capable of going with you on your most intense adventures. With great looks, two decent sized hand pockets and subtle but comfortable thumb loops this jacket has enough features to adapt to any environment.
The jacket is split into two distinct parts. It has the front and the top of the arms covered in a durable nylon ripstop shell with the stretchy and breathable FullRange insulation in it. The other part is a light and extremely breathable knitted back which stretches around the sides and down the underside of the arms. This allows heat to escape when you're moving fast and it works well enough to run in on colder days.
Due to the high level of breathability it's no surprise that the wind is able to cut through this jacket. However, with a simple windshell or something similar, this jacket is a great choice for hiking in the mountains, trail runs on colder days and any other fairly intense activities. I have yet to find a place or activity this jacket does not perform well in.
- Reviewed by Ultralight Outdoor Gear
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