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Versatile and awesome
Been wearing this piece nonstop. Bought to layer under my shell on cold ski daysworks well and provides nice insulation. Comfy to avoid the zipper. Its been great over a base layer on cold sport climbing pitches too. And looks nice enough to wear to the officetells you something about my office maybe. :).
I returned the garment.I had two issues, one trivial, one totally annoying. Trivial: It's a bit awkward to put on. Totally annoying: The zipper repeatedly stuck. Not only is this an incredible annoyance, it suggests that they aren't trying. Zippers should work smoothly. If they don't, the company is not paying attention.
Favorite Chill Reducer
I've had a Nano pullover since 2009. I use it as my go to, quick, light, chill reducer inside or out in the Northwest. I always wear it on an airplane to keep warm. Rolling it up into the pocket is useful when it warms up making it easier to carry, clip to something or store. This is a versatile piece as an outer or layer under an outer. Highl... Read Morey recommend.
My go to layer as a mailman in Minnesota
Im a mailman in Minneapolis, and winters can be tuff here. I wear the nanopuff pullover pretty much everyday in the winter. It is essential, and on really cold days i wear the nanopuff hoody pullover. it is THE essential layer that keeps me warm. Been using one of these for about 5 years now. love this product!
Great Product but Flawed
I have loved my nano puff pullover from the past. It fit well and it was my go to for almost anything but this new model has extremely long sleeves. Climbers may appreciate the long sleeves but for everyday use or for hiking the fit was very odd. I am 5'9" and bought a medium.
Thanks for your feedback, Jesse! We're sorry to hear the fit is off on this one. We made revisions in 2016 and 2020, but mainly to the materials, and not the design. Please let us know if you'd like to return it for a different size or product like our [Pack In Pullover](https://www.patagonia.com/product/mens-pack-in-pullover-hoody/20895.html). Our customer service team would be happy to help with any measurements and shipping!
Sleeves are Way Too Long!
The sleeves on this pullover are Way Too Long! I have never had this issue with Patagonia jackets or anoraks before, and I have owned 7 or 8. Sleeves are a good 3 longer than normal. I would not recommend. Thanks!
Hi Michael, thank you for submitting this review. We're so sorry to hear those sleeves are too long for you! The sleeve measurement of this pullover should be comparable to the same size of a number of our other jackets. In any case, this one is clearly not going to work for you. We will be happy to help you [return](https://www.patagonia.com/returns.html) or exchange it. Please let us know how we can help!
Versatile and shockingly warm
I love this coat. Bought the mens instead of womens because I dont like the womans tailored fit for coats. Arms and shoulders are a bit big but nice when layering. I bought this primarily for skiing as a layer for extra cold days. Great because it is thin and therefore not bulky with layering. Its also shockingly warm on its own. I find myself thr... Read Moreowing it on by itself often. Also packs down great when storing in my backpack. Seems like some type of sorcery the way that this coat adapts to any type of weather!! 10/10 would recommend
How many generations removed...
I have the original puff... pre quilted... it's been places and made memories... cause that's what it's about... duct tape doesn't do it anymore... my new version is in for a treat. no substitutions.
We hope the new Nano Puff enjoys many adventures while keeping you toasty warm. Don't hesitate to reach out if you need a repair along the way. We'll be happy to [help](https://help.patagonia.com/s/)!
Naked Without It
I live in my Nano Puff pullover. I literally wear this piece 9 days out of 10. When they were discontinued a few years back, I had to put my old puffs on duct tape life support. My friends worried that I had become homeless. I scoured used gear outlets and finally landed one from a friend who took pity on me. Please dont ever take this off your lin... Read Moree. But just in case, I now have a few extras.
Hey Brad, thank you for submitting your review! And your vote is being heard. BTW, any time you need to get your puffy items on life support you can either send them to us for a free repair, or ask us for a Tenacious Tape patch kit. Tenacious Tape holds up really well, and it may not alarm your friends so much! And if you're ever looking for an item you no longer see in our inventory, you can check out our gently used gear on our [Worn Wear](https://wornwear.patagonia.com/) site.
fit is too tight and sleeves are too long
the fit is not as good as previous makes of this jacket. the shoulders are narrower and tighter. also the sleeves were too long. I have owned 2 generations of this jacket and the fits gets worse with every new generation.
Hi Robert, we're so sorry to hear about the fit issues with the Men's Nano Puff Pullover. We truly appreciate your feedback. We'll reach out to you privately for further help with a return or exchange.
Very comfortable jacket. Very packable. This pullover met all of my expectations. The purple liner is a little much for me personally. I double checked to make sure it was mens! Would not change much. I have missed no pockets for my hands . Its amazing how often I find myself trying to put my hands in my pockets. Also maybe fitted or a drawstring a... Read Moret the bottom, and possibly a pocket/bag to pack down in. All together quality appears very good and I enjoy wearing it.
Great but suffers from the *new Patagonia* curse
This pullover is exactly what I was hoping for. The full-zip hoodie nano puff I have feels baggy and boxy and ill-fitting. It is rarely my first choice for a jacket. This jacket fits much better, somehow, and feels nicer. That being said the cheap logo patch on the left breast is an eye sore, I miss the old screened on logo. The materials are a bit... Read More less durable than I remember the older jackets being, too. My first time bouldering with this jacket I lost one of the cells in the arm due to a bad stitch. I guess that's the lay of the land now. Either way it's a great jacket! (Please don't respond with "We're sorry, please know about our IronClad Guarantee..etc etc. I know about that. Everyone does. I'm just telling you your sleeve design or thread choice isn't really all that great. I don't want to exchange or return it.)
Most important layer in my system
Dear reader. Ive built my layering system around this layer. Only in the warmest month do I leave this behind. I hope Patagonia never stops making this layer. It is the platonic ideal of a versatile mid layer. Dare I say perfect? Signed, A 20-year outdoor professional.
Windproof, 'in and outside' daily wear simplicity
Worn this for 2 years almost straight.. it's my daily wear piece inside the camper to save propane, to bed if it's freezing - so slick doesn't stick to blankets, it's summer morning walk with dogs or dining at dark over a T-shirt, making long drives without worrying over windy gas stops. It's a bit too wind-proof for high e... Read Morexertion stuff but that adds a wide comfort rating for hiking, biking from camp to coffee shop, windows-down shuttles, or outdoor beers at sunset. Slips under down or rainwear easier than a sweater. I'm 5'9'' 175 and 44'' chest and the Medium was perfect over capilene or a T-shirt but sleeve wear / ember burns / thorn-snags are mounting so I just sized up to a new Large. It's still fine over a T-shirt but I like the roomier shoulders and can now wear over a fleece.
This is my fourth Primaloft 1/4 zip pullover from Patagonia. I wear it spring and fall in the porch or in the yard, summer evenings after a beach day, under a parka in winter, at work as a sweater. The models change slightly year to year, and some years theres none on offer. One year fit perfect, the next year was too trim. This years model fits fi... Read Morene, true to size, but the shoulders have no real definition, which is my only gripe. My absolute favorite Patagonia item. More color choices please!
My All-Time Favorite
First, please don't stop making this again... if you do, please give enough warning so I can order a few more. Without a doubt, this is the most versatile, all around garment I own. It works equally well as outerwear or a layering piece. Even if I am traveling to Hawaii, I take one with me - airplanes are often cold on long flights and evening... Read Mores near the ocean can be cool, especially if you are beach camping... easy to stuff in a daypack, lightweight and works in a wide range of temps.
Nano puff pullover
So disappointed. I have 2 earlier versions of this top in medium size that are wearing thin but they are perfect in every way. Tried to buy a new one but sizing is all wrong. Size medium has no shoulders at all—feels like a women’s fit. The large is ok in the shoulders but too long in the sleeves and waist extends down over butt, and baggy. The lar... Read Morege that I bought still has the great Patagonia quality, but they’ve ruined a great product for me.
One of my favorites
I have had one of these for several years and love it. Some people don't like the cuffs and waist,but only time it bugs me is when raise arms and lets a draft in,but as a outer layer not a deal breaker for me. I love it so much I got one for my dad and he took it to Zion and loves it. Always impress with how warm it is. Easy to wear t shirt un... Read Moreder neath it,or wear it as a out later when more active.
Great Pullover But...
The Fitment is a little weird for muscular guys. Had to size up from my regular Fitment for Patagonia. Lacks bungee drawstring like the bivy Pullover hoody. I love the concept of senching the jacket closed to keep heat in. Being a engineer I creatively made my own bungee cord drawstring add on. Now it's almost perfect.
I bought this because I have been on the hunt for a true orange Patagonia jacket. Unfortunately,like the down sweater I also purchased last spring,it runs really narrow in the waist area,so it will be going back,as did the previous purchase. The upper body is perfect,but really snug around the hip area,and I am not a large person,(women's size... Read More 4) but must have the wrong proportions. Had it fit,it would have been great,good quality,warmth,and color.
The terminator of jackets
It just won't die!! I bought this jacket the best part of 5 years ago,and it just keeps going. It's seen me through British winters and just as a throw on layer for general use walking the dog,under a cag for kayaking,running around the mountains or struggling my way around the crag,skiing in Colorado,farm work in New Zealand,working lead... Read Moreing treks in the Canadian Rockies,and its still going strong. Some of the stitching is starting to wear out,and I replaced the elastic hem with a drawstring as it rode up,and the left wrist is now mainly tape (it lost an argument with fire),but for five years of not so gentle use I don't think that's too bad!
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