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Patagonia Nano Puff: Essential for Crested Butte Summertime Adventures
July 6, 2014

In Crested Butte, Colorado, the weather can change drastically throughout the day. When you're fishing on the nearby waters, you'll want to bring a warmer layer for early-morning fishing that can be quite chilly, then discard the jacket for mid-afternoon weather that heats up to 70-80 degrees. Layer back up for cooler temperatures and occasional rain showers for late afternoon/early evening adventures. Having intimate knowledge of our local weather patterns, we here at Dragonfly Anglers make sure to stock up on our fall Patagonia products by the first of July, ensuring that visitors have ample selection for cool-weather gear, which is typically forgotten at this time of year.

A great product women will find essential is the Patagonia Nano Puff® Jacket ($199.00) or Pullover option ($169.00). This lightweight jacket is windproof and water-resistant and composed of the PrimaLoft® Gold Insulation, making it perfect for summertime chilly mornings and evenings. This piece is also compressable into its own pocket, so you can always have it with you. Stop by Dragonfly Anglers to view our variety of colors, sizes, and options for pullovers or full zip styles. 
Posted by Angela Diaz

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