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    Nano Air?

    I bought new skis and boots last year and this year I am refitting my clothing. I bought a great shell, NF Free Thinker, and am now looking for the perfect midlayer. I am leaning toward the nano because of great reviews, but they are all aimed at Back Country. Does anyone know how they perform as an East Coast trail midlayer? Warm enough , too warm?

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    Depends on your personal preferences. Also depends on what model you are considering. One thing I have noticed is that some models have a problem with pilling after relatively little use.

    My wife has a new Micro Puff and loves it. I have a Micro Puff vest I just got and I like it. It is very lightweight and warm.

    I think that people are moving away from fleece to puffy-type layers. There are a lot of good options.

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