The Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hybrid jacket is a truly remarkable apparel piece that can help you stay warm and comfortable during cold-weather missions or training routines. Released in two separate versions for men and women, this product was created using reliable, high-quality fabrics, and it includes some very practical technologies courtesy of Patagonia.
The Nano-Air Patagonia jacket for men features 40-g FullRange insulation, as well as a flyweight shell fabric and a wicking knit that offers warmth and breathability. The lightweight 100% nylon ripstop shell comes with a durable water repellent finish, while a minimal center-front zipper includes its own low-profile zipper garage. There are also two handwarmer pockets included, which are zippered, as well as low-bulk cuffs with stretch knit and subtle thumb slots. Other highlights include Polygiene odor control, and a stretch binding at the hem area that traps warmth. The men’s variant of the Nano-Air Light Hybrid tips the scales at 10.1 oz.
As for the Nano-Air Patagonia women’s jacket, it also includes the same 40-g Full range insulation, as well as a durable 100% nylon ripstop shell with a plain-weave liner. The wicking waffle knit inserted on the back of the arms, back panels, and side panels does a fine job at keeping moisture and heat in check, while a stretch binding at the hem area seals in just the right amount of warmth. This product incorporates the brand’s Polygiene odor control system, as well as a low-bulk cuff, and a pair of handwarmer pockets. When compared to the men’s version, this jacket is quite a bit lighter, as it weighs just 8.9 oz.