It used to be somewhat mythical: A warm, stretchy breathable layer you could put on and leave on through high-output, stop-and-go activities in cold weather. That is, until our Nano-Air Jacket broke onto the active insulation scene and redefined how we layer in the cold.
Now, another breakthrough: we’ve upped the recycled content throughout the Nano-Air, from the lightweight, weather-shedding shell, to the comfortable plain-weave liner, to our warm-when-wet FullRange insulation—all with zero sacrifice in performance. The Nano-Air still manages variable temperatures to keep you comfortable throughout a range of conditions.
The woven textured yarn face fabric is soft, supple and durable, and better resists pilling than the original. Full mechanical stretch allows for a close, athletic fit over baselayers and total range of motion.
At brew stops or in frigid conditions, pull on a lightweight shell and the thermal properties of the Nano-Air skyrocket. The left-chest pocket and two above-harness handwarmer pockets all close with trim, low-bulk zippers. The center-front zipper has a storm flap and zipper garage, and the Variable Conditions Cuffs have sleek, low-bulk stretch-knit insets that allow you to easily push up your sleeves. The jacket has a DWR (durable water repellent) finish to shed moisture. Fair Trade Certified sewn.
Front zip with slider cover at the chin for best comfort
Outer material and lining: 58 g/m² smooth polyester fabric (87% recycled)
Cuffs: 166 g/m² smooth stretch polyester fabric
Insulation: 60 g/m² full range polyester insulation (40% recycled) with 4-way stretch
The Fair Wear Foundation (FWF) is a non-profit organisation that, together with its member companies and other partners such as trade unions, NGOs, factories, business associations and governments, pursues a clear goal: to improve working conditions in the garment industry.
The Fair Trade Certified label stands for thousands of products that improve the lives of millions of people and protect land and waterways in 45 countries and counting. Since 1998, $740 million has flowed to farmers and workers through purchases.