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From Now Until January 29, Patagonia is Offering up to 40% Off

For this year’s Winter Sale, you’ll find deals on the popular Nano Puff Jacket, Cragsmith Pack,
TechFace Hoody, and more. 

Photo by Sasha DiGiulian
Starting yesterday, January 9, Patagonia offers dozens of items for men, women, and kids, plus
discounted equipment accessories up to 40 percent. Below is an abbreviated list geared toward
climbers. Some of these items are in my closet, and they have seen heavy abuse without breaking
down. I recommend them.
Nano Puff
At 20 percent off in men’s and women’s styles, the popular ice, rock climbing, and skiing layer,
the Nano Puff, is made with 60-g Primaloft Gold Eco insulation and a recycled polyester shell.
It’s made with horizontal quilting, a full-length front zipper, two external and one internal
pocket. This is the perfect mid-layer for cool, high-intensity outings. 337 grams.
Regularly $239. Now $190.99
Better Sweater 1/4 Zip 
Great for cragging and multi-pitch alike, and now 40 percent off, the Better Sweater 1/4
Zip Fleece has a “sweater knit aesthetic” and is constructed using a low-energy method that uses
less water in the dyeing process. Made with 100 percent recycled fleece, a quarter-length zip, an
upright collar, and a chest pocket. Available for men and women. 505 grams. 
Regularly $139. Now $82.99
Kids’ Synchilla Fleece Jacket
Also 40 percent off and available for kids aged 5 to 18, the double-sided 100 percent recycled
Kids’ Synchilla Fleece Jacket comes with a full-length zipper, chest pocket, and two front
pockets. Weight 309 grams. 
Regularly $99. Now $58.99
Men’s Nano-Air Light Vest
The Nano-Air Light Vest is my favorite layer in my closet. It is perfect for layering as it adds
warmth without adding bulk. I wear it under a hoody or jacket for cold weather riding or over a
sleeveless T when cragging in the sun. It is made with 40 grams of FullRange insulation, a
polyester ripstop shell, and 35 CFM air permeability for breathability. It has two zippered front
pockets and a chest pocket, perfect for holding snacks and a camera phone. 211 grams. 
Regularly $199. Now $138.99 

Cragsmith 32L Pack
The smaller version of the Cragsmith 45L – my go-to cragging pack – this 32L pack is perfect
for carrying the rack, water, shoes, harness, and chalk bag. Not every outing requires you to
bring the kitchen sink, especially if you’re just enjoying a day in the sun, which is where the
Cragsmith 32L comes in: not too small, not too big, just right. I’ve been using the Cragsmith
pack regularly since getting my hands on it in 2018, and despite ice climbing in Colorado, crack
climbing in Yosemite, and guiding rock with it in the Sierra Nevada, it still looks new; not a
scratch or blemish on it. Made with durable, padded nylon throughout, dual openings (u-shaped
lid and back panel), stretched side panels, a haul loop, and internal stash pocket, the Cragsmith is
designed for medium to heavy loads. 1,131 grams. 
Regularly $179. Now $124.99 
Men’s Capilene Midweight Bottoms
I layer these under jeans or synthetic pants for all my cold-weather bike rides and climbs,
whether cragging at Yosemite’s Cookie Cliff in winter or ice climbing in Bozeman. The  Capilene
Midweight Bottoms  are the perfect weight to keep me warm and comfortable without sacrificing
Smooth against the skin, the hollow core yarns and diamond-grid back hold air and are wicking
and fast drying. Patagonia calls this their most versatile baselayer. 164 grams. 
Regularly $79. Now $46.99
Men’s R2 TechFace Hoody 
R2 TechFace Hoody is the most versatile shell-type layer in my collection, and it’s what I wear
for ice and mixed routes in Colorado’s Vail Amphitheater, Rocky National Park’s Bear’s Den,
and Yosemite’s Rostrum in winter. The high loft, double-face fabric is treated with a PFC-free
DWR finish. The helmet-compatible hood stays put due to elastic binding. Two zippered chest
and two front pockets offer plenty of space to keep items secure. 520 grams. 
Regularly $229. Now $136.99
Men’s Down Sweater Hoody 
Sometimes, you just need a puffy, whether it’s while belaying, hiking the trail during an early
morning approach, or simply keeping warm while walking through town. This is where
the Down Sweater Hoody comes in. It has a 100 percent recycled ripstop nylon shell over 800
fill down, and the adjustable hood and elastic cuffs keep you all warm and snug. Like the
TechFace Hoody, the Down Sweater has a PFC-free DWR finish. Comes with a repair kit to
patch holes. 420 grams. 
Regularly $329. Now $196.99

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