It's no secret that Outside staffers love Patagonia products and we get especially excited when they're marked down. These seven products, along with lots more, are 30 percent off through November 8 at Backcountry.
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Nano Puff Jacket ($139)
The Nano Puff was first released nearly a decade ago but it’s still one of our go-to midlayers. The relaxed cut means it fits well on most body types and the thin sheet of synthetic insulation makes it perfect for layering under your ski shell.
Black Hole 60L Duffel ($84)
We’ve entered the golden age of the duffel. There is no lack of great options but we keep coming back to the 60-liter Black Hole because of its durability, just-right size, and outdoorsy looks.
Women’s Lightweight Better Sweater Pullover ($83)
A light and stylish fleece for shoulder season wear, the Lightweight Better Sweater has a collar lined with jersey for extra softness and a convenient and comfy kangaroo pocket.
Men’s Down Sweater Vest ($125)
The 800-fill down makes the Down Sweater one of the warmest vests we’ve ever tested. Throw in the slimming cut and DWR coating and you might never wear sleeves again.
Men’s Nano Puff Hooded Jacket ($174)
This hoodie has the same build and design features of the regular Nano Puff (above) but with the addition of, you guessed it, a hood. If you want your midlayer to offer a little extra warmth, go with this one.
Men’s Nano-Air Insulated Jacket ($194)
When it comes to breathability and stretch, the Nano-Air is superior to nearly anything on the market. Wear it during an aerobic winter activity, from winter hikes to skinning, and you’ll be warm but not drenched in sweat.
Men’s Organic Cotton Quilted Snap-T Pullover ($104)
There’s nothing technical about this pullover, but it looks damn good. A heritage-inspired version of Patagonia’s classic Snap-T, it features diamond quilting that traps heat effectively while reducing bulk and improving packability.