Marmot Windproof Jackets"
I love this jacket! I use it for more aerobic activities, such as xc skiing, snowshoeing, cold weather running, spring skiing, and it works great for these activities. For tru…
- Alexander, 04/27/14
My first DriClime Windshirt, a distinctive two-tone green, disappeared while my daughter was visiting. Just sayin'. I tried to replace it but I could never seem to find my s…
- Dennis, 03/11/13
The underarm vents are really well designed, and the inside is a soft brushed fabric so the feel of this garment is wonderful. I also like the cuffs - not the cheap flimsy ki…
- NICOLE, 01/10/13
This is my mom's favorite brand plus color so this was a not brainer, I went to the marmot store in san francisco and they told me this is a hot color and they were sold out &…
- jonathan, 12/11/13
I love this jacket and let me count the ways. First I was looking for a no hood jacket--if I'm skiing I wear a helmet, and if its so cold I need a helmet compatible hood, I'm…
- Lauren, 05/10/14
Living in Michigan the weather can be, well, temperamental...to say the least. I wasn't quite sure what I was getting into with this jacket...but I took a leap and I'm happy…
- Jules, 03/17/13
Ann Arbor, MI
A salesperson at an outdoor store recommended this jacket for my upcoming mountaineering trip (so of course I came home and ordered it from moosejaw instead of buying it in th…
- Alison, 05/14/13
This Jacket is perfect for light rain or windy conditions while running. It is breathable enough to run in while still protecting against weather conditions.…
- Paul, 09/19/13
Jacket has kept me warm on cool hikes but not to hot, also ran a 10k in 30 degree weather in it and has kept me warm during that time, not to hot either. I usually use a nano…
- Thomas, 01/02/14
Royal Oak, MI
Great jacket, sleeves are a little long 1-2" and tight in the forearms but i'm finding thats the norm for Marmot. No i'm not a Pigmy from Hooterville, i'm 5'11"... Huge... ya…
- Brandon, 03/01/13
Rockin in the Land of Lakes
Great softshell jacket for alpine climbing. Wore it on summit day on Rainier with just a lightweight baselayer, and it was plenty warm and comfortable while we were on the mov…
- Curt, 11/27/11
Surprisingly durable for its tissue paper lightness, NO damage in a couple months of frequent use.
Lining is great. No stick even on s…
- Jamey, 01/18/14
I love this jacket. The colors are vibrant, but not enough to blind people. It looks great, making even me look pretty dang athletic. My only caution is to note that this jack…
- Maria, 12/16/13
So far so good. Just received the jacket and the timing couldn't be better. Wore it in the rain today and it kept me dry. The fit (size small) is nice and comfortable. I a…
- Amanda, 09/23/11
Beverly Hills, MI
Bought this for my husband. He is 6'1 180lbs, and a large fits him perfectly. Very warm and cozy. The fleece is sturdy but still very soft. Great quality. He loves it.…
- Jamie, 11/04/12
Great jacket. Does as advertised. Very soft and durable. I am 6'4" and 245. I got the XL and it is a light tight in the shoulders and chest. It it is a form fitting jacket an…
- John, 03/13/13
Ordered this along with a Mt. Hardware G-50 coat for comparison. Marmot makes a great product. The fit is a little trim, but not excessively small. I am 5'-11", 235, bit of…
- John, 12/02/13
O soft shell, how do I love thee?
Many reasons, more than three.
I love thee climbing ice,
You are stretchy and o so nice.
I love thee on rock,
You are snug just like a s…
- Scott, 01/28/13
This is essentially the Leadville with a hood. Not sure I really need the hood -- it won't fit over my climbing helmet and if I'm cold I'd wear a beanie. But, heck, I bought…
- Thomas, 06/19/13
I bought this jacket to replace a lost Soloman softshell, it is lighter than my last one which isn't ideal as I bought it for winter pursuits (read: won't keep you warm) but I…
- Nicole, 10/14/13
This is a great jacket to layering for running, biking or just about anything. It very light and does a good job at blocking the wind.…
- David, 01/19/13
Who wouldn't want this as a gift ? Got this for a friend and he loved it ! Super lightweight, of good quality and best of all, folds to fit into a pocket !…
- Jingni, 11/18/13
This jacket is great! It cuts the wind extremely well for such a light, thin jacket. It sheds light rain well, just don't rely on it for a downpour. My favorite part about it…
- Caleb, 12/23/12
About Marmot Windproof Jackets:
If you want to avoid the trouble Dorothy went through being blown away into the wonderful world of Oz, pay attention. Marmot Wind Jackets are able to give you that peace of mind, probably. Take a look at the Men's Original DriClime Windshirt, it has a wind-resistant, water repellant, and breathable texture along with a collar and chin guard to prevent water and wind from jumping down your jacket. Since it's a Marmot Wind Jacket, it obviously comes with Angel-Wing technology to allow maximum movement and maneuverability. Say that ten times fast.
The Marmot Men's Trail Wind Jacket could be categorized as air if it were any lighter. Wind and water-resistant, this breathable and durable jacket has active venting and an elastic draw cord hem for more severe weather. You're sure to be seen thanks to the beautiful style and reflective logos, take my word for it.
Be sure to check out the Marmot Wind Jacket for the women in your life, the Women's DriClime Catalyst Jacket. This nifty wind-resistant jacket has stretch panels in the elbows which makes it ideal for many outdoor activities. Thanks to the use of Up Cycle fabrics, the wind is sure to meet it's match when attempting to break in through the DriClime chin guard which also protects your beautiful face from the zipper.