Stop. Start. Take off a layer and put it right back on. Escaping to the mountains and getting down with some exciting outdoor activities can be tough to prepare for. Climbers, skiers and hikers know that the layers go on in the morning and come off as the body heats up. But what if outerwear could offer insulation and warmth, as well as breathability and temperature regulation? Good news, Patagonia’s new Nano-Air™ products offer both!
The Nano-Air™ Hoody and Jacket are debuting this fall to accommodate outdoor enthusiasts of all types. These products utilize nylon fabric, FullRange™ insulation and DWR finish, making them weather-resistant and fully functional as outer layers or midlayers.
Patagonia’s Nano-Air™ products are available online in a variety of jewel tones. Also, be sure to check out the gallery of images below to see the hoody and jacket in action around Bishop, California, the Eastern Sierra Region and the Mammoth Lakes Basin!
*Photos courtesy of Patagonia, featuring Patagonia climbing ambassadors, such as Kate Rutherford, Mikey Schaefer and Brittany Griffith.