Travel Down Jacket : Best travel jacket? The Patagonia Nano Puff review

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Travel Down Jacket

Best travel jacket? The Patagonia Nano Puff review

Best travel jacket? The Patagonia Nano Puff review

A deceptively light jacket that keeps you super warm for the weight that it is—the Patagonia Nano Puff stows away easily when not in use—ultralight. View Details & Buy: Women’s version:

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What’s the best travel jacket? The Patagonia Nano Puff review—lightweight, warm, and compressible. This nylon jacket from Patagonia is one of the lightest, smallest, and warmest we’ve been able to find. It compresses down very small, and easily keeps your loadout minimal while traveling. Not using it in a warmer country? Easy. Just stash it at the bottom of your bag and forget about it. Or, use it as a pillow in dire times.

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In this video, Tom Wahlin of Pack Hacker reviews the Patagonia Nano Puff Ultralight Jacket.

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  1. Not in the same category (though perhaps as down alternative), but much cheaper are the Columbia Omni heat series. I think most weight about 1 lb, you can find on Amazon under $100. I think the other thing they are not nearly as warm. Range is maybe 30s (without wind or with a wind breaker) and 50. I have worn traveling, but I haven't worn them hiking due to the fact that they aren't very stuffable, but they would fit in one of those travel backpack packing flat or perhaps a stuff sack. Not everybody can afford the super pricey stuff, so worth considering.

  2. i live in minneapolis and I have the nano puff. i will most likely layer this under my shell in extreme cold temps or on its own in milder winter temps! i'm excited!

  3. Great review cut straight to the point, succinct, subscribed

    Also dig your watch, is there a video on it?

  4. The Nano Puff Vest is also excellent. Both are first tier clothing for me, excellent for travel, commuting, skiing, etc.

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