Designed to offer you stretch, warmth, and breathability, the Patagonia Women's Nano-Air Hooded Jacket allows you to cruise up the skintrack without having to remove layers. The exterior is endowed with a nylon ripstop material that gives this stretchy jacket a bit of a more solid constitution when confronted with 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 by 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 mobility that's necessary for climbing, touring, or running. Additionally, FullRange has 40-CFM air permeability rating to let excess body heat escape when your heart rate's up. To round things out, the hood features a Spandex trim for a secure fit.
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