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Patagonia Men's Nano-Air Hoody (Closeout)

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Patagonia Men's Nano-Air Hoody

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Ideal for everything from backpacking to climbing to everyday wear the Patagonia Men’s Nano-Air Hoody features innovative polyester stretch insulation to deliver exceptional breathability in a lightweight durable package that's supremely comfortable.


Ideal for everything from backpacking to climbing to everyday wear the Patagonia Men's Nano-Air Hoody features innovative polyester stretch insulation to deliver exceptional breathability in a lightweight durable package that's supremely comfortable.

Wedged between the 30D nylon ripstop shell and a 50D plain weave nylon lining is 60 grams FullRange polyester insulation which retains warmth even if wet. The interior and exterior fabrics feel soft to the touch and the full mechanical stretch provides a trim athletic fit over top of baselayers so you enjoy an uninhibited range of motion. An integrated hood extends coverage and employs elastic binding to provide a close fit without adding bulk or weight.

Other features include a full-length front zipper snag-resistant cuffs a dual-adjustable hem drawcord high-set zippered handwarmer pockets that can be accessed even if you're wearing a pack or harness and two smaller zippered chest pockets.

Available in your choice of size and color options the Patagonia Men's Nano-Air Hoody has a slim athletic fit that anticipates it being worn as an outer layer over top of baselayers or low-profile midlayers but also allows you to wear a protective hardshell over it.

  • 100% nylon ripstop shell and plain-weave lining offer generous mechanical stretch and exceptional breathability with improved durability and abrasion resistance; both feature a DWR (durable water repellent) finish
  • Revolutionary 60-g FullRange insulation warms and stretches; combined with the shell and lining this creates excellent mechanical stretch and unprecedented air permeability (40CFM)
  • Articulated patterning and quilting improve shape coverage and durability
  • Stretchy hood with elastic binding is warm and simple
  • Center-front zipper has zipper garage at chin for next-to-skin comfort
  • Two handwarmer pockets and two chest pockets are zippered welted and low-bulk to wear comfortably with a harness or pack
  • Sleek low-bulk snag-resistant cuffs use stretch knit for versatile coverage and comfort; a dual-adjustable drawcord hem seals in warmth

Technical Specs

Best Use
Hiking, Climbing, Snow Sports
Jacket Back Length
Slim Fit
Insulation Material
FullRange 100% Polyester Stretch Insulation
Insulation Type
Liner Material
50D 100% Nylon Plain Weave
Number Of Pockets
Shell Material
30D 100% Nylon Ripstop
Insulated Jacket
Limited Lifetime

7 Reviews

4.57 / 5


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Anthony D.


This jacket slaps


High Comfort, light weight, 4 pockets. Need I say more?


Sometimes, it’s too warm. That’s when I take it off.

Dino P.


Great Jacket but it pills


Best all around jacket I’ve had in a while. Used it hiking in the spring when you don’t need a heavy layers and a few times in the winter when it wasn’t as cold


Jacket seems to pill in areas your pack is on or just in areas that you may use more, like the pocket areas. This jacket is very breathable, as such not good at times when there are high winds. If they were to fix the pilling of the material it’s a 5 star jacket.

Chandrasekhar K.


Looks are mainly technical jacket but don't work as city jacket


Comfort and smooth feeling of fabric


2 chest side pockets



Warm and windy


Surprisingly warm given how lightweight it is; Two chest pockets and internal hand pocket drawstrings not found in others in this class (stuffing it into the left pocket takes some practice); Most importantly, it's super comfortable and interestingly stretchy.


Crazy static (no surprise, it's a synthetic); Know it's not for windy days; Larger heads and long necks may not have full range of motion; Short arms will find the sleeves just a hair too long.

Michael K.


Quite possibly the perfect mid layer


The right mix of breath-ability and warmth for a mid layer in the winter time. I easily wear it with a shell at temps from 30-50 degrees F and with a winter coat from 0-30. Typical hoodies and down layers will cause sweat to stay on my skin. The only mid layer that I like as much is my 100% merino wool hoodie. If you're able to get it off of MSRP, I would highly recommend it.


The only potential con is that the cut is a bit tighter. It's a bit longer and narrower at the waist, so I'd recommend sizing up or trying in store before committing.

Jacob B.


Versatile and Warm Aerobic Jacket


I can use this jacket in pretty much any condition with the correct layering. Conditions as warm as 40 degrees and all the way down below 0. Incredibly lightweight and allows full range of moment. Plenty of pockets. Best jacket I have ever purchased. Use it on the mountain or on the way to work on a chilly morning.


Hood has a weird fit. Not a compressible jacket. Fits a little more snug than most Patagonia gear. Wearing a size small when I normally am an extra small.



Great piece of gear


Fit, breathability, snag resistant cuffs, 2 chest pockets. Chose this one over the Atom LT hoody, the TNF ventrix hoody, and a couple EB first ascent models


None to speak of other than it can get a little warm in milder temps, but that’s not the fault of the jacket.