Patagonia Nano Storm™ Jacket
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- Get ready for bad weather in style.
- Waterproof/breathable barrier, bonded to the nylon ripstop shell, protects the PrimaLoft® One insulation.
- Fully adjustable, helmet-compatible hood has a laminated visor.
- Cuffs seal with self-fabric hook & loop closures.
- Dual-adjust drawcord hem.
- Two zippered hand warmer pockets, one left chest pocket, one internal pocket and one drop-in.
- Unique quilt pattern.
- Watertight, coated zippers treated with a Deluge® DWR finish.
- Shell: 100% nylon.
- Lining: 100% polyester.
- Machine wash cold and tumble dry low.
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Patagonia Nano Storm™ Jacket
While this is a well-made and attractive shell, I am returning it for two reasons. First, the insulation in it is minimal; think of it as being just a bit warmer than a standard shell, but certainly not an insulated winter coat. Second, it is shorter than I wanted -- more jacket length than parka length.
- Karen J - customer
- from souther NH
- November 3, 2010
This is a great coat. It's longer in the back and has a nice fit. I'm a size 14, and the XL was a perfect fit.
I'd also recommend: Smartwool, Icebreaker, Frye, Hudson
- Kathleen M - customer
- from Lake Geneva, WIsconsin
- October 26, 2011
An excellent jacket for cool, damp weather. I'm 5'7", 135#, and the medium fits well, hitting just below the hip bone, with sleeves plenty long enough. It looks slim, but I've actually worn it over a suit jacket comfortably. The hood is great -- big enough to keep blowing rain off my face. I have the blue butterfly color. Below about 40 windy degrees, my arms felt cold while wearing a light sweater under it, so the temp range seems to be about 40-65 degrees F.
I'd also recommend: Prana, Merrell
- Kathleen G - customer
- from Houston, TX
- February 18, 2011
Love this jacket. I was deciding between this and the Outskirts. The Outskirts is a lot more money but this is thinner. However, I went with the Nano Storm because it is more versatile, especially if you already own a Nano. On colder days I just layer another Nano puff under it to make it as warm as the Outskirts. It tends to be warmer when it rains anyways so most of the time the jacket is perfect as it is. Can also wear skiing. I only go a few times a year now that I live in Maryland so I like ski gear that I can use other ways. If it was like when I was a kid and skied every weekend, then maybe the Outskirts may have been a better choice. The two jackets are surprisingly similar when compared side by side.
- Anonymous - customer
- from Maryland
- December 20, 2010
I just wanted a basic black day coat that would cover my hind quarter, which this coat does! Fit is true to size, though I did size up to an XL - L fit but I just wanted a little extra room. Great coat! I received many compliments the first time out and this is surprising for a basic coat.
- Kpm - customer
- October 27, 2010