Marmot Men's Minimalist Rain Jacket
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Marmot Men's Minimalist Rain Jacket is rated out of 5 by 54.
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Find simplicity with the Marmot® Minimalist Rain Jacket. Featuring waterproof fabric, Angel-Wing Movement® and PitZips, you’re ensured breathability and comfort.
- Regular fit rain jacket
- Center back length: 28 inches
- Paclite® recycled material
- GORE-TEX® technology keeps you dry
- Angel-Wing Movement® provides breathability
- Elastic Drawcord Hem
- Breathable, waterproof fabric
- Chest pocket with water resistant zipper
- Attached, adjustable hood
- Zippered hand pockets
- Storm flap over zipper with snap, VELCRO® closure
- 100% seam tapping
- Weight: 0lbs 14.9oz (422.4g)
California Proposition 65
- Brand: Marmot
- Country of Origin: Imported
- Fabric: Paclite® 100% recycled polyester
- Style: 40330Y
Web ID: 18MRMMMMNMLSTWTRPRNW
Rated 4 out of 5 by Pound from Good jacket at a good price I have owned this Jacket for several years now. It has been with me on several adventures across North America. It has held up well and keeps me dry for the most part. My only complaint is the DWR treatment wears off quickly. It seems that I have to reapply about twice a season. The heavy usage area where the pack shoulder straps come across and hip belt seem to soak easily. Also with the name Minimalist you would expect it to be lighter. Over all though I love this jacket and it has done me well over the last several years keeping me mostly dry and comfortable with its venting system.
Date published: 2018-07-30
Rated 3 out of 5 by McGruber from Great but mine did not remain waterproof. I'm conflicted because I really like this jacket...I love the fit, cut, and features of this jacket and it works great over a down hoodie. There is 1 thing I have issue with...and it's kind of a big deal... It might start out waterproof, but it didn't stay waterproof. This jacket soaks right through after a short time outdoors in the rain. Its not at the seams either- the water just soaks right through the fabric. You buy gore-tex and you expect strong waterproofing for the life of the jacket... I mean, isn't that the reason you'd spend extra for gore-tex? Not really sure if it's my fault or the fabric itself, but the gore-tex waterproofing just didn't hold up for me. Another thing I would like to see is the fabric be a little more durable. Managed to get 2 slices in the sleeve and have no idea how. Wish there was a durability guide for stuff like this. My impression at first was this jacket is MOST EXCELLENT, but in time mine failed to do it's job. I found it was good for medium/heavy use within the first year, but it looks like it's gonna be light use from here on out.
Date published: 2019-01-11
Rated 2 out of 5 by Rustydog from Great look...not waterproof. The first time I wore this jacket in the Beartooth Mountains of Montana it was brand new and yet rain soaked through in the shoulders and arms. I sent the jacket to Gore Tex due to loss of waterproofness. Gore Tex sent me a brand new replacement and guess what? Light rain still soaks through. This coat needs to be discontinued. Totally worthless as a "rain jacket".
Date published: 2019-07-02
Rated 2 out of 5 by MJONZ from Mine leaks like a sieve I like the cut and features of this jacket. However, it has failed to keep me dry in every real rain event I've used it. The first couple times it leaked, I thought it was just sweat/condensation because I was hiking Adirondack 46ers in the summer, which is fairly vigorous. But the most recent leakage occurred during a stroll ine Dewey Beach during a heavy rain on a cool spring evening - not sweating at all, and wearing a couple layers underneath. It leaked through the fabric on the shoulders, neck, back and sleeves - the seams are all fully intact. I've cared for it according to the care instructions and I also think I used a wash-in DWR once (I'm 90% sure I did). Washing it with powder oxiclean and a warm dry did revive the DWR, but that did not last long. I'm going to be returning it under warranty. Hopeful I can get an effective replacement.
Date published: 2019-05-01
Rated 2 out of 5 by bpeikes from Would love this jacket if it was waterproof On my second one because I thought I’d give it another chance. First one began wetting through in a year. Washed and applied new waterproofing and dried jacket. Still wets through. I did wear the jacket almost everyday so I thought I’d try another one, as I like the other features. Second one wetting out in just about a month. Total garbage. Not sure if I believe this is Gortex at all.
Date published: 2019-06-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by Weedy from Love this jacket! Just stood in a downpour for 2 hours and I'm nice and dry.
Date published: 2018-12-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by Clint from Short torso, Stops wind, NOT WaterProof I bought the Minimalist Jacket in January and have had it 4 months and been on 4 overnight campouts, 2 dry and cold, and 2 rainy and cold. For dry conditions and wind it is great with layers. Light intermittent rain it is good, but this weekend it rained from 5am to 9pm with maybe 2hr rain free the whole day as a large storm moved through. The jacket wetted through and as others pointed out turned dark blue almost everywhere (the jacket is light blue). I had a DWR coated down mid-layer since it was 39F outside and I could tell from my mid-back between shoulder blades and down was wet. I am wondering if maybe one of the jacket seams is leaking on the back. Also, my down mid-layer hung down below the jacket since apparently, the jacket is shorter than I expected. Luckily there is a drawstring to synch the bottom, but it is a hassle to remember to check if the mid-layer was hanging out. I bought this expensive jacket to protect both from wind and rain. I trusted in it was wet and chilly because of it. I thought being GoreTex it would be rock solid like my hunting gear. Now I am left looking for a new rain jacket and this one will not be Marmot. I had a backup plastic rain jacket I put over this about 6pm so the jacket could dry some since I was worried about the temperatures dropping more with my jacket wetting through. While I love my Marmot tent and it stayed dry during the same all night/day storm, the Marmot Minimalist jacket I trusted in failed to keep me dry. I'm just glad at this location I was able to have a shelter to get out of the rain at times because had I been non-stop in the rain I would have really been worse off.
Date published: 2019-04-15
Rated 4 out of 5 by brad2dabone from Nice, waterproof jacket, but sleeves are too long. I love almost everything about this coat except the sleeves, which are super long. This causes the coat to look a bit unshapely in the arms and shoulders, even though it otherwise fits well. FWIW, I'm 5'11, 175 lb and bought a Large. That all said, the fabric and details are nice, and so far it's kept me nice and dry.
Date published: 2018-10-26