Marmot Women's Minimalist Jacket
There is no need to be caught without proper rain gear when you have the Marmot Minimalist Jacket for women in your gear stash. This lightweight waterproof rain jacket delivers fully featured performance and rain protection in a lightweight package. Backpackers and day hikers will love how the Minimalist Jacket packs down small and weighs less than one pound, while everyone will appreciate the waterproof performance of the Gore-Tex Paclite material. And dont be fooled by the name, this jacket is only minimal when it comes to weight. It is a fully-featured rain jacket with storm hood, pit zips, and three zippered pockets. The DriClime lined chin guard and Angel-Wing fit help set it apart from the crowd. The Marmot Minimalist Jacket for women fits great and performs when it comes to keeping you dry.
- Material: GORE-TEX® Paclite®
- 100% seam taped
- Fully waterproof
- Attached adjustable hood
- Chest Pocket with water-resistant zipper
- Chest Pocket with W/R Zipper
- Zippered hand pockets
- Storm Flap over zipper with snap/Velcro® closure
- Elastic Draw Cord Hem
- DriClime® lined chin guard
- Angel-Wing Movement™
- Center back length: 29 Â½ in (size M)
- Weight: 15.8 oz, 447.9 g
Buy the Marmot Minimalist Jacket for Women from Altrec.com. Orders over $45 qualify for free shipping.
Reviews - Marmot Women's Minimalist Jacket
I bought this jacket for my wife, and she loves it! I have the same jacket in the men's version and use it for everything from Backpacking to Boarding, and it is the prefect combination of comfort and protection, no matter if your in the Olympics or the Sierras. Would like at least a single pocket on the inside, but it is a "minimalist", and highly recommend!
An everyday go to jacket
I bought this jack about a year ago and it has held up wonderfully! The fit is what you would expect from Marmot, GREAT. The length was a bit longer which I prefer to keep the rain and wind out while hiking. It breaths quite well and the pit zips are handy for when its hot and rainy... Overall it has been a great jacket for around town on rainy days, hiking in the Rockies, and snowboarding on warmer days. Well worth the money spent!
Stands up to Oregon rain
This is a great jacket. I live in Oregon and know rain. I have several expensive rain jackets, but this my new favorite. Why? It is comfortable, is long so you stay dryer, engineered so it doesn't pull up when you life your arms. It feels breathable, but additionally has put zips. Is super pack able and lightweight. And on top of all that, is feminine and flattering. Just the best! I love it.