Patagonia Nano-Air Jacket
The Nano-Air Jacket is Patagonia’s game-changing all-weather insulated jacket. Stretchy, insulated and lightly waterproofed, this is a jacket designed to be worn all day, whether you’re powering up a mountain or taking in the view at the top. Made with top-of-the-range synthetic materials (including warm-when-wet insulation) the Nano-Air Hoody is one of the most breathable items on the market today and coupled with the stretch cuffs, hem and harness compatible pockets, it’s a wardrobe staple for any keen climber, skier or outdoor enthusiast. You’ll never have to layer up or down again.
|MATERIALS SHELL:||H2NO, 2L 2.2oz 30 denier 100% nylon stretch ripstop with a waterproof and breathable barrier and DWR finish.|
|LINING:||1.3oz 20 denier 100% nylon stretch ripstop.|
|POCKETS||Two front zip pockets and two chest zip pockets|
|WARMTH||60g stretch insulation|
|PROTECTION||Velcro adjustable cuffs, watertight zips|
Patagonia’s revolutionary FullRange insulation is designed to keep you warm when it’s cold and keep you cool when you’re working hard, without having to constantly adjust your layers. First used in the Nano-Air series, this lightweight polyester insulation is engineered with four-way stretch, so it moves with your body and maintains its structure well. It’s also highly breathable which is what allows it to regulate your body temperature so efficiently over a range of stop-start activities.
Ripstop is a fabric weaving technique often used in the shells and linings of technical clothing. The fabric (most commonly Nylon or polyester) is woven in a crosshatch pattern of stronger fibres at intervals to stop the fabric from tearing, and stop further tearing if it does. Ripstop makes fabric is really strong and was first used to make military equipment such as parachutes, but is now commonly used in lightweight shell jackets and made from finer fibres in order to make garments soft and light while remaining super-tough.
Patagonia’s Environmentally Friendly Business Plan
Right from the start, Patagonia has been at the forefront of environmentally friendly production, and are still one of the only companies in the world that offer a completely transparent supply chain to anyone who cares to look. They are constantly experimenting and developing new ways to bring us durable and sustainably produced clothing - recycled polyester, organic cotton, traceable down, responsibly sourced merino and undyed cashmere are all common materials in a Patagonia catalogue. As well as using the best materials and production methods for the planet, Patagonia also make sure every one of their employees is treated fairly, from the shop floor to factories all over the world. And they donate a percentage of their yearly profits to environmental initiatives and community projects across the world.
Patagonia Lifetime Warranty
Patagonia offer an ‘Ironclad Warranty’ which means if you’re dissatisfied with the performance of a product at the time of purchase or afterwards, or if it breaks unexpectedly, they will provide a free exchange, refund or repair. They will also repair damage due to wear and tear for a reasonable price, and have a section on their website that teaches you to repair your own clothing, so there is no need to unnecessarily buy new gear.
2 product reviews
I've been wearing it for 2 months and my stubble is really wearing the collar, it's not like I even have a beard, just occasionally a day or so's growth and the collar material is all worn down...
Lovely bit of kit. Light weight, seems pretty warm for the weight - very 'puffy'. After trying on a friends went with a medium (normally would have large in many brands) for a close practical fit - jacket arms are relatively long i think. Have tried other Patagonia garments in a large and seemed too baggy overall.
Is rather expensive (too expensive?) full price but with deal here seemed reasonable. No regrets yet ..