Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hybrid Insulated Jacket - Men's

Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hybrid Insulated Jacket - Men's
$199.00
Nano-Air Light Hybrid Insulated Jacket - Men's by Patagonia
Price subject to change | SKU: PAT01S8

Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hybrid Insulated Jacket - Men's

As the old-timers used to say, "If it ain't broke, don't fix it." And while that adage might have worked just fine for your Granddad's steel frame pickup, the same philosophy doesn't apply to performance gear and clothing. So in the spirit of innovation and preemptively fixing things that are (or aren't) broken, Patagonia brings you the Men's Nano-Air Light Hybrid Jacket: a layering piece that manages moisture and provides adaptive warmth for those high-octane adventures. Designed for trail running, climbing, and backcountry touring, the Nano-Air Light Hybrid continues the Nano-Air tradition with its lightweight, durable, and stretchy construction. However, this jacket's main point of differentiation lies within its airy waffle knit on the underarms, sides, and back panel, which have a CFM rating of 40 in the front and 130 in the back--in other words, this fabric expedites the release of excess body heat, wicks moisture, and dries quickly to ensure that you stay anything but over-saturated or clammy. Much like its elder siblings, the Nano-Air Light Hybrid features 40g FullRange synthetic insulation, which is not only warm (even when wet), but also highly pliable to maintain mobility as you run, post-hole, or ski your way around the mountain. A DWR treatment protects you, the shell, and the lining from errant moisture and light precipitation, while two welted and zippered hand pockets are compatible with a pack or harness and offer respite for cold digits. Not to mention, the low-bulk cuffs feature subtle thumbholes for added coverage when you need a little extra protection.

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