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

Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hybrid Insulated Jacket - Women's
$199.00
Nano-Air Light Hybrid Insulated Jacket - Women's by Patagonia
Price subject to change | SKU: PAT01QO

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

Sweat is a natural byproduct of being active--secreting sparkles, on the other hand, is not. Despite this innocuous and culturally ascribed detail, the Patagonia Women's Nano-Air Light Hybrid Insulated Jacket sets the gold standard for sweat and moisture management with its composite construction and adaptive design. Apt in the language of ultra running and backcountry touring adventures, the Nano-Air Light Hybrid continues the legacy of the Nano-Air lineage with its lightweight, durable, and stretchy construction. However, this jacket's main point of differentiation lay within its airy waffle knit on the underarms, sides, and back panel. This fabric expedites the release of excess body heat, wicks away the build up of moisture, and dries quickly to ensure that you stay anything but saturated, clammy, or overtly smelly. Much like its elder siblings, the Nano-Air Light Hybrid features 40g FullRange synthetic insulation that is not only warm, but also highly pliable to assure unimpeded mobility as you run, post-hole, or ski your way around the mountain. A DWR treatment safeguards the shell and lining from errant moisture and precipitation, while two welted and zippered hand pockets are compatible with a pack or harness. The low-bulk cuffs feature subtle thumbholes for added coverage when you need it most. So when you combine the shell, lining, knit panels, and insulation, you're left with a jacket that's built to stretch and has high levels of air permeability--40 CFM on the front panels and 130 CFM on the back--to make the Nano-Air Light Hybrid ideal for those mega sweaty, ego-bruising, and confidence-boosting pursuits.

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