- Attached, adjustable hood that can be stowed in a stand collar. Long sleeves taper to adjustable hook-and-loop cuffs.
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Marmot size chart this Marmot Precept Eco jacket will let you gear up with confidence and take on any adventure head on! Standard fit is eased, but not sloppy, and perfect for any activity. Norpro technology Constructed with nanoart technology to offer superior breathable, water-proof protection. fully taped seams throughout seal out moisture and provide added durability. Attached, adjustable hood that can be stowed in a stand collar. Long sleeves taper to adjustable hook-and-loop cuffs. Full zip closure with internal draft flap and a dry-climate lined chin guard in front. Angel-wing movement at the shoulders allow for full range of movement without letting the cold air in. Arm pit zippers let you vent excess heat As needed. Pack compatible zip close Hand Pockets. Adjustable draw cord hem helps keep the elements at Bay. Can be stowed into its own pocket. Branding on left chest and back right shoulder. 100% recycled nylon; lining: 100% polyester. Machine wash, tumble dry. Imported. Measurements: Length: 31 in Product measurements were taken using size Md. Please note that measurements may Vary by size.
- Product Dimensions : 26 x 17 x 3 inches; 10.1 Ounces
- Item model number : 41500
- Department : Mens
- Date First Available : January 25, 2019
- Manufacturer : Marmot
- ASIN : B07F5WYGQR
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These days, that's all over with. I barely even check the weather anymore, unless it's supposed to be really cold out. If it's actually currently raining when I leave, might wear swim trunks, but otherwise this jacket and some kind of neck wrap like a buff are all I need (plus winter miscellany like gloves and hats). Sometimes heavy rain will splash in through the neckline, otherwise, I wouldn't even need the buff. Varying the pit zips and front zipper provides enough ventilation that I don't get sweated out unless I'm climbing a real monster hill. The jacket handles wind, rain, and snow excellently.
It can be quite warm but not on it's own, you really need some base layers, that said I don't often find myself needing a real overcoat (especially doing something active like hiking or biking). It's light enough that sun isn't a problem unless it's a bright warm day where you don't need the jacket anyway. I have worn this for trips to the grocery store at 10°F, all the way up to 25 mile circuits in pouring rain, warm, dry (well, everywhere that needs to be dry, anyway ;)) and comfortable the whole time.
Not so good: Roll-up hood enclosure not that great, but sort of works. Jacket sizing runs smaller than normal; If you're a XL, get a 2X and your fine. If you're a 2X - find another jacket.
Overall: Decent jacket for the money. Overall 3 stars for crappy sizing.
Also got it for $50 which was a very good deal, I got XXL since I’m 6’2” tall and 250 #
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Marmot Precip was the only rain jacket I had while staying in remote wilderness. And it kept me WET all the time while it was raining. I had to stay in a tent for 4 days (out of 15 days in total) because I was unable to move in the rainy weather. By the way, my food resources were drained to the bottom because of this.
So, if you live in a city and want to go to the nearest Starbucks, you might get it to protect you against the wind at most. But if you are going to remote areas, PLEASE, DO NOT RELY ON THIS JACKET. Take my advice, it might save your life.
And some word for MARMOT. Stop making crappy gear. Please give me your company address, I will pack this jacket and send back to you so you can shove it deep where it fits the best. I was hoping at least for a modest equipment from such company, but now I totally lost my trust in you. Saying that, naming a jacket as 'Precip', you expect a certain degree of protection against the elements. But there was none. So F you.
P.S. By the way, my wife wore the same jacket (smaller size) with similar results. Marmot should really consider to discontinue the production of crappy gear.
This is a nice waterproof, ideal to carry around without it taking up much room. With the way british summer likes to change to tipping down at the drop of a hat, this is handy to have stuffed in a bag with the red bull, lappy, and book, just in case.
Fits well, sizing seems about normal verging on slightly roomy for a medium, and it does the job it was bought for. Can’t fault it.