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Marmot Men's Hawkins Jacket

Marmot Men's Hawkins Jacket is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 23.
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Product Description Item No.   10252546

The Marmot Men's Hawkins Jacket is a fleece jacket disguised with a sleek city look. You can't always risk stepping into the office in a well-used fleece pullover from the weekend on the trail, but it's hard to resist the cozy comfort of fleece during the work week. The Hawkins steps in with just the right amount of warmth and casual fanfare, with a soft, smooth feel on the outside. The short collar keeps the breeze off the neck while two chest pockets makes it look like your classic jacket. Little do your co-workers know, you're resting in fleecy-goodness. Slip your hands into the handwarmer pockets and enjoy a good time in line for the food truck.

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FEATURES of the Marmot Men's Hawkins Jacket

  • Midweight brushed performance fleece
  • Wind flap behind front zipper with chin guard
  • Droptail hem for increase coverage
  • Handwarmer pockets
  • Chest pockets with snap closure

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Breathability: Moderate Breathability
Back Length: 28.5 in.
Exterior Pockets: 4
Hood Type: Fixed
Jacket Fabric: 100% Polyester fleece
Weight: 22.2 oz
Fabric Weight: 9 oz / Square Yard
Gender: Mens
Features: Hood, Zipper Garage
Best Use: Casual
Fit Type: Regular Fit
Collection: Fashion Forward
Jacket Length: Hip
Insulation: Fleece
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Professional(ish) Fleece With A Flaw Hey all - I write award-winning, contest-crushing product reviews for things I buy on Moosejaw. This review right here? No different, just more high-level consistent production. I am the Tim Duncan of product review, but with a splash of Manu Ginobli's instinctive play-making. Now that you know who and what you are dealing with, on to my review of the Marmot Hawkins Jacket. Which is also quite clearly a "fleece." It is a fleece jacket, I suppose. Also, it is perhaps a "shirt jacket?" An aside: the entire shirt jacket category has always confused me. Am I the only one who thinks a big frumpy shirt is simply being passed of as a jacket? Like, you could be at a mountain music festival or around a campfire on a beach or hauling a canoe around in front of a log cabin (with your trusty black Labrador in tow, naturally) and you would say, "man, its moderately chilly today, sure am glad I have this shirt jacket on!" And your friends or lovers or whatever would give you a little side-eye and think "that isn't a jacket, its just a big silly shirt, who is this guy kidding?" Anyway, the Hawkins jacket is NOT such a dubious shirt jacket. It is a stylish, versatile and well made fleece-ish jacket. Marmot's product copy indicates that it will keep you from looking like a slovenly oaf when you roll into the office (say at the HR/IT/marketing department of a tech company, most likley) after "a weekend on the trails." I personally doubt how much "trail time" the Hawkins will see, but it will most assuredly keep your from looking disheveled in the company of other humans. I wouldn't wear it to a wedding or with a tie or anything (lets not get carried away, its just a fleece-ish thing, not a panacea for your myriad problems), but it is darn smart looking. One of the things that makes the Hawkins fleeced coat is the use of multiple seams on the sleeves. Look at the photographs that Moosejaw thoughtfully proves of the products it wants you to buy and you will note these seams. This seems to be a trend in outerwear design these days. I harbor a dark suspicion that these seam are not a structural requirement and are simply included to add a certain "technical" flair. But, I am no clothing engineer so think what you will. I can say that they make jackets look a bit like the suits from Tron, which is of course welcome and cool. Stop sugar-coating this and tell me what is terribly, terribly wrong with this bedeviling hybrid outerwear thing, you are no doubt shouting at your phone/tablet right now. If I must. Truth be be told, the Hawkins jack-o-fleece (just a working name) suffers from a crippling pocket deficiency. It comes equipped with two breast pockets with snap closures. These look good, but otherwise serve no purpose. Everyone knows that breast pockets are not real pockets. If you put anything more substantial than a silver dollar in a breast pocket, within 60 seconds you will get fidgety and remove it. People simply don't TRUST breast pockets, and nobody wants a lumpy, misshapen breast pocket preceding them in the workplace. Simple as that. What people want and need are INTERIOR pockets, which are good and safe and essential. The Hawkins has no such interior pockets. To make matters worse, while it has two pockets for your hands (what the heck are those called - "hand pockets?"), they are not zippered. Another bummer - nobody trusts non-zippered hand pockets (except for their hands, which are hard to loose track of). All that said, where do I come down on the Hawkins flee-cket? I think it is a great looking choice for a stroll through a well-light urban park to sample some hip food-truck grub or a trip to a potentially chilly movie theater (you could put your ticket stub in the breast pocket), but I wouldn't take it into more aggressive environs. Definitely not suitable for technical alpine work or for activities that would require safely storing small, valuable objects. A final note: I am a very large person (tall and rather wide across the shoulders - I know ladies, I know), and the Hawkins was actually a tad on the large side for me. That is rare. So I would say it runs oddly large.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from The perfect everyday fleece! Pros: Above average style for a fleece jacket Great fit Smooth lining Buttery-soft fleece Cons: Occasional static when taking off This jacket in slate grey (the previous solid, not the newer heather version) is my first Marmot item, and I'm impressed. The Hawkins is definitely one of my favorite jackets. I mean ever. And I've had my share of jackets, so much so that my wife actually makes fun of how many jackets I own / have owned. But enough about me. Marmot got so many things right with this one. No, it may not be the most technical or lightest weight, but I'm not a mountain climber, nor do I want to look like I'm on a jog everywhere I go. The style factor is obvious: the classic cut of a denim trucker jacket, upgraded to a warm fleece with slightly articulated sleeves. Collar also looks good up or down (Ok, slightly better up. You cool kids know…) Another feature that puts this fleece above the rest is the smooth lining. Honestly, I don't know why Marmot doesn't make a point to mention it. The lining means that unlike most fleece, you can slip it on and off quickly and easily, and not look like you're in a one-man wrestling match while trying to get your under-layers straight. Fit is also outstanding (in the XL for me). Nicely tailored (again, like the classic trucker) without being too tight or binding, and enough room for a couple of layers underneath if you wish. Length of the sleeves and hem is also just right. Of course, I realize we're not all the same size, so here are my stats for reference: •6'2" •245 lb (ish) •46-48 chest •36-38 waist Speaking of the hem and sleeves, the droptail hem and angled cuffs not only look cool, but also add a bit more protection from that cold, brisk wind with its sights set on freezing your hands or your plumber's crack. The only feature I might like to see added would be color-matched elbow (and maybe shoulder?) patches for a little more durability and rain protection. In short, this is a great everyday, cold-weather jacket. Practical, stylish and warm. I love it so much I'm pondering buying another color. I can hear my wife now…
Date published: 2017-02-05
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love it This is a great jacket. Have purchased many products from this company and love everything I have purchased.
Date published: 2017-01-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Good Fit I bought this as a gift for my slim son. It fit great . Hoodie fits under it or wear it alone--cool look and comfy material.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My Go To jacket I purchased this at the beginning of winter and initially though this was a more structured jacket based on the pictures. When I pulled it out of the package I was a little bummed to see how soft it was assuming that soft = light weight. Nothing further from the case. This jacket is fantastic in the wind and cold and my first choice when going out. The liner makes it virtually windproof yet breathable and it's so comfortable. Our typical local winter temps are fairly mild with lows in the 20's but we went north for Christmas with single digit temps and this jacket was fine for our running around town which is where this jacket excels. Its so light and warm that its perfect for those days where you are in and out of the car, short walks downtown, pub crawls that night, etc... the jacket just works and you never want to take it off. Warm when you need it, comfortable all the time and breaths well enough that you don't feel the immediate need to take it off when indoors. I got so many compliments on it while home for Christmas that my father ended up ordering one as well before we left to come home. Note - this is a fairly tailored fit. I am 6'1" 215# with a 46" chest / 34" waist and the Large fits just right - not too snug or too baggy. My Dad is 42" chest / 36" waist but a bit of a belly and had to go with an XL.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Fits as expected I bought this as a gift for my brother and he loves it. Fits great and he likes the clean look. The only complaint I have is that Marmot doesn't offer gift options. I had to ship this directly to my brother so the packing slip showed the purchase price. I understand not offering gift wrap but a gift receipt should be too difficult.
Date published: 2017-01-05
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not what is pictured on the web Red detail stitching on the black was not present. I sent it back. CS said, that was prolly an exclusive and it's not an option. Website still has black jacket with red stitching on the Hawkins jacket.
Date published: 2016-12-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Looking Jacket Love this jacket. I am 6'3" 230 and XL fits perfect. Like a XLTall. Material and style are top notch.
Date published: 2016-10-21
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Marmot Men's Jackets

SIZE XS S M L XL XXL
Numeric Size 28 30 32 34 36 38
Chest 33 - 35" 36 - 38" 39 - 41" 42 - 44" 45 - 47" 48 - 50"
Neck -- 15.75" 16.5" 17.25" 18" 18.75"
Waist 27 - 29" 30 - 31" 32 - 33" 34 - 36" 37 - 39" 39 - 42"
Sleeve 31" 32" 33" 34" 35" 36"

HOW to MEASURE
CHEST: Measure around the widest part of the chest / bust, holding the measuring tape under your armpit.

WAIST: Measure around the narrowest part of the waist, usually near the belly button.

SLEEVE: With the arm slightly bent, measure from the center back neck bone, over the shoulder and to the wrist bone.

MARMOT FIT GUIDE
ATHLETIC: Tailored shoulder, Fitted hem.

SEMI-FIT: Relaxed shoulder, Tapered hem.

REGULAR FIT: Relaxed shoulder, Straight hem.

RELAXED FIT: Dropped shoulder, Loose Hem.

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