We’ve read the reviews across the web for the Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hybrid Insulated Jacket – Women’s and summarize the results below:
Number of Ratings Reviewed: 24
Pros & Cons
Reasons to buy:
- Very lightweight.
- Very nice design for the thumb holes.
- Easy to layer over it.
- Very packable.
- Good combination of warmth in the front and breathability in the back.
- The outer fabric has a durable construction and does not pill much.
- Very breathable.
- Great for high-output activities in cold conditions.
- While not waterproof, the front of the jacket resists rain and snow well.
- Very comfortable, with a soft outer material and insulation.
- Offers a good range of motion.
- Durable for everyday wear and tear.
- Very light and compressible.
- Resists odor well.
Reasons NOT to buy:
- Does not have a chest pocket.
- The sleeves are cut too short for longer arms.
- Works very well for specialized high-intensity cold weather activities, but lacks overall versatility.
- Does not block wind.
- Sacrifices some warmth for the extreme breathability.
The Patagonia Nano-Air Light Hybrid Insulated Jacket shines in high-output activities in cold weather because of its highly breathable back panel and warm front. Designed to be lightweight and flexible for lots of movement, the jacket is comfortable and easy to layer under other jackets. The Nano-Air Light Hybrid shines for its odor resistance, front panel water resistance, and comfort, but it may not be the best choice for someone looking for a do-it-all jacket. For what it does, however, this jacket does it very well.