If you don't know the Patagonia Women's Nano-Air Hooded Jacket, now you know--or, in the very least, by the end of this product description you'll know. A few years ago, Patagonia introduced this game changer of a technical layer and it's been only getting better since then. Designed to offer you equal parts stretch, warmth, and breathability, the Nano-Air has made its case as an adaptive piece, allowing you to cruise up the skintrack (and take breathers) without having to remove layers. To start, the exterior is endowed with a nylon ripstop material, which gives this stretchy jacket a bit of a more solid constitution when buttressed up against rough granite and tree branches alike. Meanwhile, the DWR treatment helps bolster your protection from light moisture, and the nylon plain weave lining makes for easy layering--so you're not getting hung up on your own baselayers. And saving the best for last, the FullRange insulation is what really put this jacket on every adventurer's radar. As a proper synthetic insulation, FullRange keeps you warm even when wet--however, the unique component of this insulation is its pliable disposition, which helps promote unencumbered mobility that's necessary for climbing, touring, or running. Additionally, FullRange has a pretty unreal air permeability, coming in at 40-CFM, meaning that you're able to regulate your temperature with little to no effort. To round things out, the hood features a spandex trim for a secure fit, and the bevy of zippered pockets keeps necessities, like snacks or an emergency blanket, close at hand and secure.
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