Marmot Men's DriClime Windshirt Soft Shell Jacket
Keep the raindrops, slush and snow away with good, water-resistant protection.
When there's a chill in the air, this level of outerwear is the right fit to keep you warm.
Whether you're hiking or skiing, the Marmot ® Men's DriClime ® Windshirt provides the perfect amount of insulation for mild days. The DriClime ® lining will keep you dry by wicking away moisture as it's formed. The flap behind the zipper shields you from the wind, while the durable fabric repels and resists the elements. Angel-Wing Movement gives you a full range of motion in the arms while the rest of the jacket stays put.
- Regular fit
- Wind resistant, water repellent, and breathable
- DriClime ® bi-component wicking lining
- Mesh pit vents
- Zippered chest pocket
- DriClime ® lined collar and chin guard
- Wind flap behind front zipper
- Elastic cuffs
- Angel-Wing Movement
- Fabric: 100% Polyester DWR
Country of Origin: ImportedWeb ID: 12647711
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Kolbaldmann Excellent Product I took this jacket on hikes up in Michigan's Upper Peninsula and also down to Peru for a trek on the Inca Trail. It's freakishly light but blocks wind remarkable well. It seems to breath pretty well especially with the mesh pits (NOT pit zips) and when hiking in the low 40's it kept me plenty warm. I wish it had more pockets but the one chest pocket is convenient. To be honest I wished I had purchased the Marmot Ether which is basically the same jacket but with a hood and side pockets. In regards to fit it seems true to size but it is a little short. I'm 6' 1" 200lbs and the Large fit me well. Pro's - Light Weight - Warm - Comfortable Con's - Not very water resistant - Minimal pockets - No Hood July 17, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by alf compact and lightweight had a marmot jacket for over 10 years, love the lightness and the wind blocking capabilities of this jacket. wear it riding my motorcycle and hiking. love this jacket and great value for the money. also has ability to shed a light rain. November 25, 2012
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