Patagonia Sizing Chart
Measurements refer to body size, not garment dimensions, and are in inches, unless otherwise noted.
|Neck||14-14 1/2"||15-15 1/2"||15 1/2-16"||16 1/2-17"||17-17 1/2"||17 1/2-18"|
* Inseam will vary depending on style; when lengths are offered, "short" is 30, "regular" is 32 and "long" is 34, unless otherwise noted.
|Chest||32-33"||34-35"||36-37"||38 1/2-40"||41 1/2"|
|Waist||24-25"||26-27"||28-29"||30 1/2-32"||33 1/2"|
|Hip||34 1/2-35 1/2"||36 1/2-37 1/2"||38 1/2-39 1/2"||41-42 1/2"||44"|
** Inseam will vary depending on style; when lengths are offered, "short" is 30, "regular" is 32 and "long" is 33, unless otherwise noted.
|Weight||34-42 lbs||42-49 lbs||52-68 lbs||71-87 lbs||87-100 lbs||102-112 lbs||114-135 lbs|
|Weight||34-42 lbs||42-49 lbs||52-68 lbs||71-87 lbs||85-95 lbs||99-110 lbs||109-131 lbs|
|Weight||6-10 lbs||10-15 lbs||15-20 lbs||20-25 lbs||25-28 lbs||28-32 lbs||32-35 lbs||35-40 lbs||39-42 lbs|
Though each Patagonia® product is designed and shaped specifically for its intended use, we can generalize our fit descriptions in four ways:
Formfitting: Conforms to the body's contours.
Slim Fit: Closer-fitting. Slim-fitting technical garments may be worn over baselayers and light midlayers.
Regular Fit: Neither slim nor oversized. Regular-fitting technical garments may be worn over heavier midlayers.
Relaxed Fit: Drapes loosely on the body.
Classic Boy Fit: Boxy, athletic, with a traditional crew neck.
Anika Fit: Formfitting and longer in the torso, with a wider, deeper neck (not quite scoop).close
4.8 out of 5
Good product overall
October 24, 2011
This jacket is very good for being a warm layer but weighs almost nothing. The outer shell fabric feels really light sand has a shine to it... Not my taste in appearances. The jacket is an excellent technical piece , just not so good looking for around town use.
Excellent layer to add !!!
January 30, 2012
We all love this product!!! While it was purchased for my college freshman who adores the outdoors, I often borrow his nano puff pullover. It's versatility is a pleasure as it can be worn during an afternoon of x-country skiing but also out to dinner. The layer of warmth is significant for a product which is so light. It also dries very quickly when one is hiking or caught in a rain shower. This is a must product to add to your wardrobe.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Great jacket and the best I've seen
April 08, 2011
Really like the jacket due to light weight and feels great. Couldn't get any better. Great for the Northeastern states in the winter. Really like that vibrant colors that this jackets comes in.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
A new essential
December 29, 2010
I got this jacket in a XL for Christmas. My wife bought it here at Altrec based on my previous good experience with Altrec. It is awesome!! We all know how important layering is in the winter, so I have replaced my big down jacket with this baby. No more overcooking when you add a shell and a shirt or two underneath. I have already had it on two 15 degree temperature hikes. Fits great, looks great, warms nice, but most importantly, it packs awesome. No more shedding layers and trying to stuff a big puffy in my day pack. Also like that I dont look like a Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade balloon when I add a shell.Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Perfect for Northern California hiking
August 19, 2011
I recently brought this along for a 50+ mile hike near Mammoth / Ansel Adams Wilderness. In the past, I've used layered fleece and windbreakers to stay warm at night, but still got chilly. This is a great option for layering during cool Sierra nights. It folds into itself via a zippered pocket, so makes for a nice stuff into a backpack. The balance of weight / warmth was an acceptable trade off for me. I opted for this versus the Patagonia Men's Down Sweater for the lighter weight and versatility of the PrimaLoft (versus down fill). I also found the Men's Down Sweater a little bulky. I usually fit into a medium, but opted for the large because it provided more swinging room. For colder nights I put this on over a fleece for added warmth and wanted a little more wiggle room. I haven't put it through a full season but, so far, have been very happy with the purchase and am considering buying one for my son.Pros: Great design, Great value
great little sweater/jacket
December 28, 2011
I got the large size, should have gotten medium. I'm 5'10", 155, and was concerned that the medium might be too tight. It is a very light weight jacket but I love it. I've purchased a boat so needed something light and warm on the chilly mornings. The jacket looks like there isn't enough insulation in it to have any warmth but it is perfect for my needs.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
November 19, 2010
the patagonia nano puff pullover is quickly becoming one of my favorite pieces. expected exceptional patagonia quality; cool enough to wear indoors; warm enough to be the main insulating layer for cold weather activities. so far i've worn it around the house, to the office, under my waders/wading jacket fly-fishing for steelhead on damp michigan streams, and under a light shell to football games. my only regret is that all my patagonia, arctyrex and north face fleece aren't finding their way out of the closet! i bought the "fog" color which looks great with jeans and darker technical pants. lots of compliments on the classy color/look.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Great value, versatility, cool styling
July 31, 2013
Extremely warm for its size. Compacts into a very small size. Easy to carry around. So far I haven't found anything wrong with it or anything that I don't like.Pros: Great value
Nano Puff Pullover
June 19, 2011
I wore the Puff Pullover with a capilene base layer in thirty degrees,light rain and winds over 25 miles per hour and was very comfordable. I was very pleased with it's wind resistance and light wieght. The puff pullover makes a great sweater indoors or out.Pros: Performance, cost
November 07, 2011
Great pullover, super light feels like its not there, great midlayer for skiing and whatnot. Doesnt bunch up like a softshell does either for a midlayer. Simply awesome.Pros: Great design, Ease of use
Men's Nano pullover
December 07, 2011
I got this pullover for my son who is out on boats a lot. It is roomy and lightweight but warm. It cuts the wind well and keeps the chill out. I have the hoody jacket and love that. Great for camping and hiking...both fold up into the pocket for easy packing. Great product Patagonia! Great service Altrec!Pros: Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use
Packable, lightweight warmth
December 29, 2010
Very light yet warm product that's good for either layering in sub-freezing weather or on its own at 30 degrees and above. Silky material makes getting in and out easy. Medium for 5'9" 155 lbs fits comfortably close to body. Great for carrying in the pack on a hike that could turn cold.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
May 19, 2011
Nano Puff Pullover jacket is the warmest jacket i've worn for its weight. This jacket is incredibly light and comfortable. 60g of Primaloft is just enough to keep you warm, but it doesn't overheat once you start moving or if the temps warm up. The exterior shell does a good job of blocking wind and water.
Nano Puff Perfect for the mornings!
March 06, 2012
I am a USD rower and I wear this jacket every morning before practice! It is easy to fold and put in my travel bag and it keeps me warm and ref;acts the wind very well! I also really enjoy the color selection. I bought the lime yellow one, which is very bright!! Altrec also did a great job on shipping and packaging!!Pros: Great design, Ease of use, Great value
Does what it's supposed to
December 15, 2010
I bought this piece to replace a well worn Puffball pullover I've had for 15 years. I hope it lasts as long.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
August 05, 2011
This is an initial observation. The Nano Puff Pullover is light, warm and comfortable. It doesn't feel like you are wearing it. I have one caveat. The" Clementine" color is aggressively orange. That's why I exchanged it for gray. The color patch on the website makes it look red, especially compared to "Mango," which is even more orange. I wish product designers would use real colors for descriptions.Pros: Great design, Build quality
November 06, 2011
Wow. Great jacket. I have the pullover. Extremely comfortable, warm and very lightweight. I had thought about this jacket for about a year and just wore it up north in 30-40 degree weather with 50 mph winds and some rain. It was perfect. Looks great too. Wish i had it when I had been camping up in Wisconsin and Michigan. Truly is packable. Might have to get the vest too. I am a big fan of Patagonia products. This one tops the listPros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Lightweight and warm!
November 09, 2011
Wearing this jacket is like putting on a sunny day. It is light and comfortable. The fabric finish make it an excellent mid layer--it doesn't bind with base layer or the shell. I love it!Pros: Build quality, Performance
February 19, 2012
In cold climate and if the activity might involve some possibility of water and rain, this jacket is probably superior to down jacket. I use nano puff garments for fishing. I had purchased a jacket type before. But this pullover type is also as useful as the other version. I chose brighter color - orange and the color actually maches with moss green shell jacket. So I love this outerwear under the rain jacket. I would continue to buy nana puss for years to come when different styles or models come out. There doesn't seem to be any flaws or problems so far.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Great Lightweight Insulation
December 14, 2010
The light weight of the Nano Puff Pullover makes it ideal for trad climbing and backcountry skiing. I recently wore this jacket over a capilene base layer and under a Gore-Tex shell skiing in wet snowfall and it was the perfect amount of insulation. The lack of hand pockets pretty much prevent me from wearing it as a standalone belay jacket.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
Power of a coat in a light compact package
June 28, 2011
Have had the opportunity and pleasure to use this product many times. I really love the feather light feel of it and its ability to pack down to about the size of a sandwich ziplock. This product is great for a wide range of temperatures. I have used this in the 40 degree range while being active and generated so much body heat that I had my hat off and the zip all the way down. If you are looking for something to throw in your pack that takes up no room and gives you amazing warmth this is it. The zip pocket is great for keep an iPod or cell. For the warm of this coat you also have amazing mobility. Very good range of motion. The DWR coating is great and water will run right off. Great for snow shoeing, walks or hikes, shoveling snow, and takes the chill out of a cold damp night when you are on deck in The Great Lakes!Pros: Great design, Performance, Cons: Cost
Great Lightweight Jacket
September 24, 2010
I bought this jacket for cool summer evenings, cold spring and fall days, and a lightweight layer to take camping and ski touring. It excels at this. The Nano Pullover could work well as an insulating mid-layer during the winter. The jacket does feature Patagonia's high-quality construction and materials. The design is simple, straightforward, and functional. I literally have zero complains with this jacket. The outer fabric is lightly water resistant, the insulation is just even to take the chill off, and it's extremely packable.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever
great little sweater/jacket
December 28, 2011
I got the large size, should have gotten medium. I'm 5'10", 155, and was concerned that the medium might be too tight. It is a very light weight jacket but I love it. I've purchased a boat so needed something light and warm on the chilly mornings. The jacket looks like there isn't enough insulation in it to have any warmth but it is perfect for my needs.Pros: Ease of use
January 16, 2012
This Lightweight 1/4 zip is warm and comfortable, yet is lightweight and packable. I am 6'0" and weight 190lbs and went with a Large. It fits great and is perfect for layering. I also like to wear it around town.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use
So great, I bought two!
May 15, 2011
I bought this and used it on a trip to the West Coast. I loved it... super light, packs small and provided great warmth on cool nights and days on the water. As soon as I got home, I ordered another color!Pros: Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
Excellent compact pullover
July 08, 2011
I've only had the nano hoodie for a few days, but I'm impressed by it's warmth. I live in San Francisco, which has notoriously cold summers. One requirement of living here is that you always need to carry a jacket. The nano has become my go to, because it stashes into a tiny pouch and provides all the warmth I need. Can't wait to use it in Tahoe. As other reviewers have noted, I do worry that it will get snagged, as the fabric is fairly delicate.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
Nano Puff Pullover
June 19, 2011
I wore the Puff Pullover with a capilene base layer in thirty degrees,light rain and winds over 25 miles per hour and was very comfordable. I was very pleased with it's wind resistance and light wieght. The puff pullover makes a great sweater indoors or out.Pros: wind resistance, light weight
Thrilled with Patagonia
December 15, 2011
I purchased the pullover for my son in orange and he loves it. I ordred the XL. He is 6'4" and 210 and the fit is good for him. Very light and extremely comfortable. Keeps him warm at the same time. I will probably purchase another one for my other son. As always I am thrilled with the quality and style from PatagoniaPros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
February 01, 2012
I wear this pullover all the time, in my old and drafty Boston home and outside with temps in the 20-40's and windchills below that. It is so light, it feels like nothing, which is why it's such a surpise to feel comfortable when I venture outside with only a t-shirt underneath it. I am 6ft tall, have long arms, and weigh about 160lbs, and the medium is a good fit for me.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, weight, warmth
October 26, 2012
This is a go-to and pretty much daily wearer for me. It's very versatile; great to throw over a t-shirt to take the chill off of the morning o to layer under a jacket. It's not a full zip - which I actually like a lot. Very light, and very warm. Not water repellent, but can stand a drizzle and it dries quickly too, which helps. Packs small for traveling. Great product!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
I love this jacket
April 21, 2010
I use this jacket all of the time, camping, rafting, and hiking. I also wear it sitting around my house, it is so comfortable. I also love the colors. The jackets sizes run small so be prepared to order a size larger then normal.
great would order multiple colors
November 27, 2012
loads of compliments on this pullover as well as the other i have of blue great warmth for the in-between season --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
August 25, 2010
I bought this as a gift for my husband and he loves it. It is very warm when zipped up and a good midlayer when the zipper is lowered. It is hard to convince him to wear anything else, now!
Very versatile wear!!
May 11, 2010
It's very versatile, easy, and works well for Fall, Winter and Spring!! This jacket is light weight but warm. It feels so good to wear.
May 02, 2011
This lightweight jacket is very warm, very compactable, and very light. It is surprisingly warm for the weight and thickness. I only worry about how long it will last. After a short, easy hike some of the stuffing was coming out of the stiching. Not a big deal, but I'm not sure if it will get worse or if it is just wearing in. Time will tell. For wearing at and around camp it would be perfect. I will probably not wear it while hiking anymore.Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
The perfect pullover!
January 11, 2011
This is the "perfect" piece of clothing to reach for when you're cold and the temperatures range cool to cold. A T-shirt and this pullover will be plenty at 55-60 (a cool house) and lower depending on activity level. This has really come to be my favorite for everything since it insulates and blocks the wind. In the winter it's a perfect midlayer outdoors and top layer indoors. In the summer for high altitudes there is no excuse for not taking this along for early morning hiking starts and then waiting out those inevitable afternoon thundershowers in the Rockies. It is light enough I take it on every hiking trip as a just in case. I wear a medium and am 5'8", 155 lbs and consider the fit optimum. I liked the pull over so much I recently got a nano puff jacket too!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
Uhhh... Not So Much
October 11, 2011
I'm a huge fan of all Patagonia's light weight down gear & have almost all the key pieces - but I think they missed on this one, at least aesthetically. I love the idea of these, but the combination of the shiny material and the grid pattern yields a really fruity looking garment. I know people love these, and I wanted to love it too, but they just look goofy (at best). When I see someone sporting one they definitely don't look 'core' - they look like someone that heard Patagonia was cool and just picked the wrong item. Unless you live in a cave and don't care how you look, I'd pass on this one.Cons: Bad design, fugly
light weight warmth!
July 21, 2010
I bought this for my husband as we struggled for light weight warmth while backpacking. We are old enough now that every ounce matters!! He loves this pullover and wears it or takes it along everywhere! Our daughter calls it his "sleeping bag" jacket and she loves to wear it even though it is many times too large! This is great worn alone or layered under a shell for wet weather. This is a keeper.
Great Lightweight Jacket
September 24, 2010
I bought this jacket for cool summer evenings, cold spring and fall days, and a lightweight layer to take camping and ski touring. It excels at this. The Nano Pullover could work well as an insulating mid-layer during the winter. The jacket does feature Patagonia's high-quality construction and materials. The design is simple, straightforward, and functional. I literally have zero complains with this jacket. The outer fabric is lightly water resistant, the insulation is just even to take the chill off, and it's extremely packable.Pros: Performance, Great value
March 05, 2011
This piece is super lightweight and packs very well. Really wind resistant and just enough insulation to keep you comfortable from mid to high 40's down to the low 30's. layers really well under a shell, perfect for resort skiing. The only down side is is you are a taller guy you may want to look at the jacket version instead. The elastic hem on the bottom tends to ride up and stay there, my only gripe. Overall great piece of light insulation for all year.Pros: Build quality, Performance
February 14, 2011
I am 5'11, about 175lbs and got the large. The large runs a little big for my liking, but the medium was too small across the back for any kind of physical movement. I took it on a hike and camp in the NC mountains, was around 50 degrees during the day getting down to 12-20 degrees in the evening and was able to wear this with an Icebreaker 260 zip up for most of the night next to the fire. It is very packable (gets down to about the size of a two man footprint bag) and breathes fairly well. I don't think it would do well through brush, but great for around camp.Pros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
March 23, 2011
The nano is A+ a nice jacket to have in your collection. You can either wear alone or underneath another jacket. Packs up like no other! Love the bright colors and yet still has choice for the basic needed in your wardrobe.Pros: Great design, Build quality
May 19, 2011
Nano Puff Pullover jacket is the warmest jacket i've worn for its weight. This jacket is incredibly light and comfortable. 60g of Primaloft is just enough to keep you warm, but it doesn't overheat once you start moving or if the temps warm up. The exterior shell does a good job of blocking wind and water.Pros: Great design, Great value
Nano Puff Pullover
September 14, 2011
Overall great jacket for all kinds of occasions. Only have to complaints: the fits is a bit wide and there are no side pockets. Otherwise couldn't be happier w/ my purchase.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, Cons: Poor quality, no side pockets
August 05, 2011
This is an initial observation. The Nano Puff Pullover is light, warm and comfortable. It doesn't feel like you are wearing it. I have one caveat. The" Clementine" color is aggressively orange. That's why I exchanged it for gray. The color patch on the website makes it look red, especially compared to "Mango," which is even more orange. I wish product designers would use real colors for descriptions.Pros: Performance, Ease of use, light weight
lightweight down warmth
December 12, 2010
bought one of these for myself, liked it so much I bought one for each of college age kids as well. They hate to wear winter coats, and spend their lives in hooded sweatshirts, so I thought this would be a nice and warmer alternative. Very lightweight, wear it alone or under a jacket. Packs small, great to take along in a backpack or in the car.Pros: Great design, Build quality
Great all around jacket!
October 13, 2010
Best quality of the Nano is its light weight design. Packs up into its own pocket and can barely notice it in my pack. Warm and wind resistant, and not too puffy that it would hinder movement. Works well as a mid-layer as well. Best all around jacket I've ever purchased for alpine climbing, bc skiing and just general outdoors adventures where the weather may be a factor. Just wish I'd had one like it long ago!Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
December 25, 2011
This is an excellent pullover,lightweight, compressible, and warm, it is a great baselayer or sleep shirt. The shirt runs true to size, the only problem. I had was getting too close to the fire, yes it burns rather fast. Wish they were cheaper.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Cons: Wears quickly, Cost
lite, warm, packs small
March 03, 2010
Great by itself when I'm active or under a shell at lower heart rates. The sierra climate (like your neighborhood) is always changing so my nano puff goes with me on day trips, stuffed tight in the bottom of my smallest daypack. It has also provided supprisingly good tail insulation in snow.
July 22, 2011
This was a gift for my sister who envied my pullover. She loves it but of course is not able to wear it now during the dog days of summer. She wanted the bright color so that during her walking she would be seen, she like the overall feel and light weight of the product. Also, the fact that the pullover is wind resistant is going to be a great feature for her.Pros: Great design, Performance
Pretty good, just not for me
April 14, 2010
Very warm. It's just that I was expecting hand pockets. Pay attention to the pictures - only one chest pocket, so more for wearing under something if you are planning to put anything in your pockets.
Function over fashion
September 06, 2012
This is purely a functional garment, great for warming up on a hike or climb. Although, I would call the fit slightly garbage bag-like, since there is elastic around the bottom hem, rather than a draw cord. I would not be caught in this on the streets of Paris or Milan, but for dragging it through the dirt, and as a functional mid or outer layer, it's great: lightweight, warm, and durable.Pros: Build quality, Performance
January 19, 2011
I purchased a medium for my 5'8" boyfriend. He's a triathelete so I envisioned him using it after competitions to get warm. The pullover packs so small and is light so there is no excuse not to have it with you at all times. He was a bit sceptical at first but has since changed his mind. He wears it as a midlayer on cold ski days, as a "keep comfortable" in a cold house, as a light layer in early evening....and although he hasn't done it yet I am sure it will accompany him on our spring and summer hikes and to all his athletic events. The grey color is classic and elegant.Pros: Great design, Ease of use
Very warm and light sweater!!
February 06, 2011
This is our fifth Nano Puff jacket. We have one for my wife and I and three for our kids. They are light and warm, easy to pack. We plan to use on a trip this summer to the Rocky Mountains. Other than some bae layers, we will all use this as our prime jacket. Works great with a wool sweate even with temps around 20-25 F.Pros: Great design, Ease of use
I'm in love- with a jacket.
May 26, 2010
I've practically lived in this jacket for the past few months. It's my go-to for cooler weather and is so light that I bring it along just in case, since it packs down really small. People wonder if I'm even warm when wearing it since it's so thin and light, but it works wonders. Even I still marvel.
Highly recommended, EXTREMELY warm
March 10, 2010
I bought the Nano Puff Pullover based on the many glowing reviews as well as to move to more lighter weight cold weather gear. When it arrived, I was taken aback at how lightweight and thin it was. This surely won't keep me warm, I thought. I thought wrong. This thing packs serious heat retention; the first couple of times wearing it, I did the layers approach (heavy shirt, Nano Puff, heavy jacket) and by the end of the dog walk (45 minutes to an hour), I was really sweating (this was with temps in the 20s (F)). I've since found that a t-shirt under the Nano Puff (and no other jacket) is perfect for weather even down to the low 30s, upper 20s but only if your time outside involves moderate exercise, like brisk walking. And even then, you'll likely find yourself unzipping it a bit. If you are just going to be standing around, you'll likely need another layer over the Nano Puff. The Nano Puff functions like a wet suit--when you first go outside, cold air seeps in, but once your body heat warms it up, it stays around your body where it's needed. The only thing I would change about it is to add more pockets to it; it has a single breast zip pocket, but a couple of hand pockets would make this even better. Now, the temps are getting up into the 40s and 50s and I think I'm approaching the top temp limit for the Nano Puff--I'd say it is too warm to wear when temps approach 60. And while I am looking forward to warmer temps, I'll be sorry to have to put this away for the season.
Excellent layering piece
December 27, 2010
If using as a base layer, choose regular size for snugger fit. If planning to layer under this garment, go up one size. It is super lightweight but packs a lot of warmth. Not windproof but layered underneath a shell is perfect for most conditions for wind and warmth.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value, Cons: no side pockets
February 24, 2010
Nice and light. Mango color is fairly loud and reminds me of a creamsicle- not a problem as I like orange. Chest pocket good for a smartphone. arms a little long for me but my fault for eating too much to fit into a medium. If your waist is proportionate to your height, this should not be a problem.
March 08, 2010
I just got back from a 3 week road trip through the western US - camping, hiking. I wore the Nano in many different situations, from mountains to high desert. The coldest temp on the trip was in the 20's and wearing the Nano with a primaloft vest and long sleeved t-shirt I was comfortable. Eastern Sierras was cool and windy but never a problem with this jacket. Even spilled a cup of coffee on it one morning but wiped right off and no staining. Perfect jacket to always have handy in your day pack, besides it's cozy.
Awesome warmth for the weight
November 06, 2011
I got this because I wanted something lightweight and easily packable that doesn't compromise on the warmth. This is it. It is pretty simple no-frills design, which is perfect for this purpose. It only has one pocket (chest) which the coat packs into with easy. If you are looking for something with pockets for your phone and car keys to wear around town, get something else. If you want something that delivers warmth without bulk and excess features, then this is it. The Primaloft One is awesome. I've got coats with the Primaloft Eco, and it just doesn't keep you near as warm.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
January 07, 2013
This garment delivers on its promise. Light weight warmth. Good as a mid layer pc. The fit is perfect. Size M for 5'10' 175. Not too tight & not too loose.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use
All that and more...
November 11, 2010
This nano is a perfect weight to wear anytime. Even on cold days, It keeps my core warm.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use
January 30, 2010
I really like these jackets purchased two of them, perfect for layering and also as a standalone jacket. Very lightweight.
Great jacket and the best I've seen
April 08, 2011
Really like the jacket due to light weight and feels great. Couldn't get any better. Great for the Northeastern states in the winter. Really like that vibrant colors that this jackets comes in.Pros: Great value
16 year old son LOVES his jacket
January 02, 2012
This was a Xmas gift and any kind of clothes is always a risky purchase. Not only does it fit him perfectly and look really great but he thinks it is the greatest jacket ever! A rare win for mom!Pros: Great design, warm but not heavy, Cons: Cost
Love this jacket!
September 01, 2011
Great fit. Love the color for the fall. Very warm without a lot of weight. High Quality. The price for the jacket was great - was on sale even though it was a current Patagonia product. My friends love the jacket!Pros: Great design, Build quality
Great Item, but get the one with full zipper
February 05, 2012
I purchased this pullover because I needed a new layer of warmth under my shell. When I tried it on at home It was very warm, and I realized that I would bake if I wore it on a winter hiking trip. This is a great item if you just wear it in camp.Pros: Great design, Performance
Lightweight and Warm
January 03, 2012
Great sweater for wearing out on moderately cool days or layer under a shell. Great range of thermal help. Perfect zipper at the neck. Beware of the dreaded fabric catch in the pocket zipper. I bought the medium size because I want to layer this under a leather motorcycle jacket and it is perfect. I usually wear a 39-40 jacket, and the medium size is just right for sleeve length and not tight at the back. I can see hiking or jogging in this, or using it under a shell on the mountain. Some side pockets would be nice.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, excellent fit, great thermal range
nano pull over
March 01, 2012
color was great and very warm. We wore them on our trip to Switzerland and they kept us comfy! The fit was perfect. I selected this style of jacket because it has dual benefits.Pros: Lasts forever, Performance, Cons: cannot find a negative
September 04, 2012
I just purchased another one of these pullovers. For the record I'm 175lb and about 5'10. I owned a size medium in this pullover which fits much more form fitting which makes it more weird when putting it on and pulling it off (have to contort a bit because it is not stretchy). So I just purchased a size Large in Lemon Lime and the fit is quite a bit baggier. It definitely is going to work better as a jacket layer. The layer is shorter to accommodate a climbing harness so that should be taken into consideration. The fact that it is so lightweight and packable into its over little pocket is a great feature. No need to have an additional compression sack for it. I have the Arcteryx atom pullover as well which is great for the stretchy side panels and the more form fit. However, in terms of packability, folding the atom into its sleeve will never beat Patagonia's pocket feature. (Maybe this is why I have 2 Nano Puff Pullovers and only 1 Atom Pullover). In terms of durability, the threads can snag and then bunch up so that has to be watched out for. Outside of that, the quality of the Primoloft One insulation is really second to none and this is definitely one of those signature pieces from Patagonia. Highly recommended.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: threads snag, wide/baggy fit
September 01, 2013
Nice, light, no-nonsense mid-layer that packs down to a medium ball to put in the pack for the way up. Slips over a base layer easily and doesn't catch on my shell for friction-free warmth. I like the lack of hood and quarter-zip design that keeps bulk to a minimum.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
January 02, 2011
pullover fits a bit small. I have a micropuff jacket size medium, so I figured that a medium would fit well with this, seeing that they are both "regular fitting" items according to patagonia. The pullover is small in every way in the medium size for me: 5'8'' 165lbs. Ordering a large, and besides the fitting issues, this jacket is superb.
September 03, 2011
Great patagonia product. Very light weight. Would recommend this to anyone. Will look into the jacket. Will be using it for travel since it is light weight and packable.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
How do they do it?
January 29, 2013
Incredibly warm and light. My versatile, go-to garment. Excellent mid layer on cold days. All I need is my merino base, the Nanopuff and my Gore-Tex shell and I am good to go in temps from 15-35. Only complaint that it is prone to snags and will rip. Keep the duct tape handy.Pros: Great design, Performance, Cons: Wears quickly
Nicks and scratches are a killer.
June 02, 2011
Not going to pretend i bought this to climb mountains, mostly for hiking and walking the dogs in the morning. Once you put it on you realize how light it really is. Stretches well with your movements and keeps the wind at bay. Downside is on the exterior material. I've managed (and honestly don't know how) to have scuffed and scratched near the wrists. A slight tear in an otherwise solid purchase. I'll take some of the blame, so have still given 4 stars.Pros: Great design, Performance, Cons: Wears quickly
warm and light!
March 28, 2011
perfect for a midlayer in colder conditions, or as an outer layer in cold winds. throw a hardshell over this and you've got a great layering system! dwPros: Great design, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
A must have jacket
January 18, 2012
Awesome jacket, great quality and great price. It keeps you warm but not hot and is so light weight and you can pack it easily. Patagonia has a great product with the nano puff jacket! We actually bought more than one because we liked it so much.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Great value
Warmest midlayer out there!
January 16, 2012
If it's about 35 degrees outside this is perfect over a tshirt. Perfectly warm and not noticeable at all when it comes to weight. I have worn it as a mid layer icefishing, hunting, and hiking. Its great in a tent on a cold night. and fits under anything . It stuffs down into its own small pocket about the size of a pair of socks. The best buy for anyone wanting warmth without bulkPros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Great value
This is perfect!
November 23, 2012
I do a lot of recreational river kayaking; and our trips are usually a half-day or more. This means layering; and being prepared for changes in the weather. The Nano Puff pullover is perfect for those frosty mornings; plus its compact size means I can take it along in my kayak, in case the temps drop. I bought mine a size larger, to fit over several layers of clothing, yet the soft, featherweight nylon fabric and non-bulky insulation still fit under my PFD. And since it's synthetic insulation - it should still offer some warmth in case of an accidental "swim". I gave it 4 stars for durability, only because I'm wondering how quickly this lightweight fabric will snag while walking through thorny underbrush during a portage? But "durable" jackets are bulky - you can't have it both ways.Pros: Great design, Performance
Great light weight shell
December 10, 2010
Very light weight and fairly warm. the only big downside is there are no pockets to put your hands in if you are wearing it as an outer shell. I also think they are pretty pricey for what you get.Pros: Build quality, Ease of use, Cons: Cost, no side pockets
February 28, 2013
Patagonia has successfully come through with another quality item. This jacket has been one of my best investments. The jacket is very lightweight, durable, and easy to transport. I would recommend this jacket to anyone who want to get the most out of their money.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Cons: not waterproof
Phenomenal Product !
February 27, 2010
Firstly, I am a huge fan of Patagonia products for many years & have to say I am absolutely blown away with the Nano-Puff Pullover. I've been thinking about it for too long now & soooo psyched I finally bought it! I love my Micro Puff Hoody Jacket & just had to try another Patagonia synthetic (as opposed to down). It radiates such a nice, gentle warmth...I can't quite explain it. Much different than a fleece type warmth. It is so light I forget I'm even wearing it. The warmth is not overbearing indoors at all but is magically warm outside. I live in upstate NY & am an avid sportsman & particularly enjoy the winter pursuits. Believe me, I know cold & this is a must have as a shell or quite possibly the best mid-layering piece on the planet. It's warmth, wind, & water repellency make it ridiculously functional. It is crazy comfortable & very cool looking. Buy it now, don't even think about it. I wear a Large in Patagonia always & the Large fits me perfectly. I am 5'10" 195lbs. TRUST ME, this is a must have for any Gear-Head or anyone who wants a cool looking, incredibly functional & comfortable piece. I have to buy another one I just realized while writing this review... economy & less money this year be damned, I'll never regret having another one of these!
Looks great, Feels great, Packs light
April 09, 2010
Accurate fit, good construction. Great for cold desert nights and early spring fishing in the BWCA. Packs tightly during warmer afternoons. Much easier to layer/store that my beloved Monkey Fur
February 24, 2010
Super light yet warm and versatile to use from running to raking leaves in the yard. Fit is trimmer w/less insulation than the previous micro puff pullover which I use in more colder activities like downhill skiing. This pullover is excellent for x-country skiing and glide over and under other layers. Price is worth the value.
Great product paired with super fast shipping.
August 06, 2010
This Patagonia pull-over is a perfect weight jacket and it truly does pack down into a 4x6 inch package.
Excellent Down Sweater!
June 16, 2010
This down sweater is perfect. The material and construction is superb and it fits just right. It is very, very warm, extremely lightweight and it packs down tight so it takes up very little space. Stops the wind and repels water so you stay warm and dry. Very impressive! My only suggestion would be to include side pockets because it's so warm you don't really need an outer layer shell which would probably have extra pockets.
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