Patagonia-men-s-nano-air-light-hoody-review, a new category of jacket, often called "active insulated" is not a niche patagonia invented. the company has embraced the breathable-but-warm genre with a fervor and delivers in this review.. The patagonia nano-air light hybrid hoody doesn't score as well as the editor's' choice award winning rab xenon x, or its heavier weight brother, the nano-air hoody. as an insulated jacket, it doesn't have the weather resistance or warmth our testers want in variable alpine conditions., with a slim fit and mechanical stretch, highly breathable construction, a weight of only 10.2 oz (measured), and just enough insulation for stop-and-go backpacking in cold conditions, the patagonia nano air light hoody could very well occupy a permanent space in my apparel closet.photo: stephanie jordan.
Overview. the patagonia nano air hoody was released in july 2014 and was the best performing all-purpose active insulation jacket until the arcteryx proton lt hoody came out in 2016., home / outdoor gear / patagonia nano air light hoody. patagonia nano air light hoody. rhea lowery outdoor gear february 05th, 2020 - 02:37:27. Patagonia nano-air light hoody. patagonia nano-air light hoody. size: large. stated weight: 309 g (10.9 oz) blister’s measured weight (large): 325 g, marmot men's tullus hoody winter puffer jacket, fill power 600.
Patagonia nano-air jacket. price: $249 weight: 10.5 oz. (women's medium) insulation: 60g fullrange what we like: comfort and breathability are top-notch. what we don't: drafty in high winds. see the women's patagonia nano-air see the men's patagonia nano-air, as for breathability, or “air permeability” (breathability also refers to water vapor permeability), patagonia rates the nano-air at 40 cfm, which means 40 cubic feet of air can pass through 1 square foot of the jacket in 1 minute at a pressure differential equal to a wind speed of 30 mph — which means exactly nothing to most people.. The patagonia men's nano-air® hoody has revolutionary 60-g fullrange® insulation for high-output, stop-and-go activities in cold weather.