One of my all-time faves
Half of my closet is taken up by jackets, and this one rocks. I bought a medium (I am 6'1", slim) and it fits snug, but with enough room for a base layer. I usually find hoods annoying, but this one feels fine, even when it is not being used. I spend 10 nights every summer on a camping outing, this is the best jacket for cold evenings and mornings by the campfire. Feels like I am wearing a blanket. Seems to be super-durable thus far. No complaints, highly reccommended. Marmot makes great products, this is about my 10th Marmot item...gotta like a company named after a gopher!
Super Gravity Is Great
What a jacket, perfect fit, very warm, high quality and simple fabulous, it looks so good. Went out skiing with this jacket kept me warm and once I started to warm up, the breathability nof this jacket was very good. This is a jacket that you will find yourself not wearing alot because it is so nice that you don't want to wear it all the time.
different between Super Hero and Super Gravity
I've been looking at those jackets as well trying to find a good all-around softshell and can give you my observations. The ROM is the lightest, most flexible jacket with almost no insulation (brushed material). The Super Gravity is the heaviest, most durable material with a fair amount of fleece lining. The Super Hero is right between the two with heavier fleece in the hood, shoulders, outside of arms and brushed material on the rest. The ROM and Super Hero use Gore Windstopper, whereas the Super Gravity uses Marmot's proprietary laminate material. All are windproof and are water-resistant for everything but an extended downpour or sitting in the snow. The ROM is the most breathable with stetch panels on the side of the torso arms (that increase breathability, but don't block the wind or cold). The Super Gravity has no venting other than the pockets. The Super Hero is again in the middle with breathable panels under the armpits only. I think either the Super Hero or Super Gravity would be the best choice for an all-around jacket, as the ROM seems to be more of a windstopper for aerobic activities. If you tend to get cold, plan to use it for cold-weather activities, or are looking for a thicker, more durable jacket, the Super Gravity might be a good choice (keep in mind that you may want to size up if you want to add a lot of insulating layers underneath). If you'll be using the jacket for high-energy/aerobic activities or if you want the flexibility to adjust the warmth by adjusting layers, the Super Hero might make sense.