- 100% Nylon
- Zipper closure
- Machine Wash
- Lightweight women's rain jacket is perfect for hiking, Climbing, cycling, and other activities where rain is a concern
- Waterproof/Breathable nanopro fabric keeps you dry and comfortable even as activity increases
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The PreCip Jacket is stylish, value-oriented, full-function rainwear for backcountry and urban travelers alike. The PreCip Women's Rain Jacket features Marmot's comfortable and breathable NanoPro waterproofing technology. NanoPro coating is comprised of densely packed pores small enough to keep water droplets from getting in, but big enough to let water vapor out—providing cool, dry comfort even as your activity level increases. Your arms will retain full mobility through it all, thanks to the built-in Angel-Wing Movement. When the weather lets up, you can stuff the entire jacket into its interior pocket and stash it in your pack.
- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 17.72 x 12.6 x 1.97 inches; 9.59 Ounces
- Item model number : 46200-2975-2
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : July 27, 2015
- Manufacturer : Marmot
- ASIN : B00PGHJMH4
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Didn't hold up to prolonged exposure to continuous rain; it ended up soaking through after maybe an hour or so. Seems to work better for lighter precipitation.
By Amazon Customer on March 7, 2019
I saw the complaints about people unable to unzip all the way, but it's most likely they're unzipping them in the wrong direction. To unzip, you pull UP from the ankle and it comes open at the waist. Even knowing this, I keep catching myself trying to unzip from the waist down, like how we normally do on regular pants.
The velcro at the waist that keeps the pants together while you zip/unzip isn't very long but it seems to have a good grip but we'll see how long that lasts.
There's a snap button at the ankle to keep the ankle flap together, and inside is a cord and cinch thingy so you can make it tighter at each ankle.
The pockets are in a good place, with zippers to keep items secure. The inside of the pockets are of a mesh material.
The inner lining is like you would find in a basic north face $99 jacket, with the white lining and taped seams. I would not put this in a washing machine for fear of breaking down the waterproofing liner. The pants are thin, and lightweight. Perfect for just rolling up and stuffing in your pack.
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Only thing to remember is that one really needs the trouser to go with it if out in the rain. Otherwise the water just runs off it and makes your legs wet. But that is just an observation.
Folds up into a small size for putting in backpack for travel.