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Marmot Men's Precip Jacket

4.5 out of 5 stars 265 customer reviews

Price: $69.95 - $119.99
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  • 100% Nylon rip stop
  • Imported
  • Zip front with button flap
  • Adjustable storm hood
  • Armpit zippers to help regulate temperature
  • Marmot's Precip Jacket feels just at home on the mountain trails as it does on urban sidewalks thanks to the sleek waterproof design.

Product Description

Product Description

The PreCip Jacket is reliable, value-oriented, full-function rainwear for backcountry and urban travelers alike.

This affordably priced, feature-full jacket from outdoor outfitter Marmot will keep you dry when the weather turns nasty, and is equally at home on the mountain trail and city sidewalk. Made of Marmot's PreCip nylon ripstop material, it features waterproof breathability to protect you from rain and perspiration alike, and is 100% fully seam-taped. A full visibility roll-up hood is completely adjustable for a custom fit via Velcro pull tab and elastic cinch cord, and PitZips help you regulate temperature when your heart rate picks up.

A fully adjustable hood, with Velcro cinch tab, lets you customize the fit.


  • PreCip Dry Touch material is waterproof and breathable
  • 100% seam-taped for full waterproofness
  • Full visibility, roll-up hood with integral collar
  • PitZips underarm zip extends into the body for optimal venting
  • Pack Pockets slanted chests pockets can be accessed while wearing a pack
  • Double storm flap over zipper with snap/Velcro closure
  • Packs into integrated pack pocket
  • Elastic draw cord hem for adjustability in serious weather
  • Moisture-wicking DriClime lined chin guard protects your face from the zipper
  • Angel-Wing Movement allows full range of motion in arms without jacket riding up
  • Designed to fit over insulating jacket layer
  • 29-inch center back length and 13.1-ounce weight

Marmot's PreCip Material
PreCip is Marmot's lightest, most compressible, waterproof, and breathable rainwear, with moisture-wicking fabric and optimal venting to keep you dry from the inside out. The new PreCip coating has been improved for greater waterproof breathability, and the Marmot line of PreCip clothing has been outfitted with articulated designs and cleverly-placed pockets for optimal comfort and convenience.

The key to this fabric is its updated barrier technology, a microporous polyurethane impregnated with silicon dioxide particles. This barrier creates small, numerous, consistent holes that allow small water vapor molecules to escape while blocking larger liquid particles. This keeps rain out while allows perspiration to work its way outside the garment, away from your body. When the weather turns fair, PreCip garments are compressible enough to be stuffed into a standard wide-mouth water bottle, and come in a variety of colors and styles for multiple applications.

Lifetime Warranty
Marmot products include a limited lifetime manufacturer's warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.

About Marmot
In April 1971, University of California Santa Cruz students Eric Reynolds and Dave Huntley were in Alaska on the Juneau ice fields for a Glaciology school project. This was where the idea of Marmot, originally a collegiate climbing club, began. Reynolds and Huntley soon began making prototypes of down products such as vests and sleeping bags in their dorm room in Santa Cruz. By the spring of 1973, Reynolds and Huntley partnered with fellow climber Tom Boyce to open a modest rental and retail location, named Marmot Mountain Works, in a 100-year-old building in Grand Junction, Colorado.

Their first large order was for 108, as the producer called them, "very puffy jackets" for the movie The Eiger Sanction, with Clint Eastwood, which helped make down outerwear fashionable. In 1976, Marmot was one of the first companies to recognize the value of a new technology being developed by W.L. Gore & Associates. Marmot was soon producing waterproof Gore-Tex sleeping bags, with Reynolds and Huntley testing early prototypes by sleeping in meat lockers and under fire sprinklers, and later introduced the waterproof/breathable fabric into nearly all Marmot products.

From humble beginnings, Marmot and its product line have grown over the years, and today the company is headquartered in Rohnert Park, California, with offices all over the world and distribution in more than 60 countries.

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B004OVE430
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (265 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #13,409 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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My spouse has had her Marmot PreCip for over a year and it's performed flawlessly. I just received mine and I'd like post my impressions.

First, the PreCip is designed as a lightweight, packable, waterproof rain jacket with a full hood.

While the PreCip may not be as breathable as some of the higher-end GoreTex jackets, Marmot bills its fabric as breathable and they've included under-arm zippers (pit-zips) to keep air circulating and allow moisture out. My spouse has had no complaints in the year she's used hers and mine seems fine.

The hood on this jacket rolls up and is kept rolled by a velcro tag that passes through a fabric loop on the collar. Nice, light weight and it doesn't have the tendency to snag everything like the collar velcro on some jackets that spans the entire width of the collar. The downside is the collar isn't quite as securely stowed as with those other jackets. I don't see this as much of an issue; if you're wearing this jacket, it's likely because it's raining out and you want the hood up. The hood is contoured such that it allows excellent peripheral vision.

One feature not mentioned in the literature: this jacket is designed to stow in its own front left pocket. I've shared images of this - it's quite ingenious. This is easiest to do if you zip up all the other zippers, unzip the pocket and turn the jacket inside out, into the pocket. It packs down quite small, making the jacket easy to stow in even a small back, sling or hip pack.

I can't think of another jacket that packs this small that I'd want to rely on for rain protection; nothing comes close.

Top marks. I wouldn't want any other jacket in my fly fishing sling bag.
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I was trapped in Cincinnati about a week ago when the incessant rain came through. From sprinkles in the evenings, to at one point sheets of rain coming down that would have soaked me otherwise, the Marmot Precip jacket that I purchased at Dick's Sporting Goods turned out to be one of the best investments for the week (and probably well into the future) that I've made in my wardrobe purchases.

One thing about this jacket is that if you run water from the sink over the sleeve, absolutely no water gets through. It just runs right off. Truly watertight, yet comfortably thin enough to be breathable. Also if it's dusted with rain drops, you can just "shake it out" before you go inside and hang it up without water all over the place sliding all over you like on some more traditional rubberized raincoats. It packs extremely well for the business traveler (me) or backpacker, and can be layered to achieve the necessary warmth for the season. I imagine that this jacket will work well through the summer with my short sleeved collared shirts.

One interesting thing about what water does on this jacket is that like a newly waxed car, the drops of water seem to just stay in place - and then just fall off when you're moving. If I remember correctly the last North Face raincoat I had seemed to let water just roll all over the place, and soak into the corners and and seams. No issues here with this jacket.

The one issue, however, that I had with this jacket is that it doesn't push water away from your legs. I had a nice pair of slacks on while headed out for dinner in downtown Cincinnati. Running through the sheets of rain made the pants so soaked they stuck to my skin like a second layer of skin. But my starched shirt underneath stayed dry and crisp.
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I went out on a hike in the Government Camp area of Mt. Hood yesterday. I was expecting rain and this would be the second time I was going to wear my cobalt blue Precip on a rainy hike. The first time, last weekend, it was just a sprinkle and I stayed completely dry. This time it was raining pretty hard and my friend and I were going on a lost hike - all the bridges across the 5 streams we had to cross had fallen long ago. When we hit 1400 to 4000 feet we experienced showers, light and heavy. I was perfectly dry and warm. At 4000 feet we crossed the snow line. I put on a fleece over my wool shirt and zipped up my precip. By the time I hit the summit, around 4500 feet, I was covered in snow and afraid I might lose my toes since I had not worn adequate snow boots. My torso was still dry and warm. We ran back down below the snow line to heat my feet back up. On the way back I fell into one of those streams we had to cross, but the jacket repelled the water (my pants did too, but that's another review).

Because it was a lost hike, we ended up crawling through some bushes with sharp thorns while trying to find ideal spots to cross the streams. I could feel the thorns scratching against the shell, but later examination showed no damage.

I purchased this at REI for a great price. I also looked at the REI brand rain shell and Patagonia's rain shell. My main reason for choosing this one was that it was a little bit longer than the other two - where the other two came about to my belt with my arms down and this one came below my belt - and the material was much less crisp than the Patagonia shell.

I was very satisfied with the performance of the precip and will continue to use it as my outer shell in my cold weather hikes.
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