MARMOT Men's Minimalist Lightweight Waterproof Rain Jacket
- Marmot Size Chart
- This Minimalist Jacket Offers Minimum Bulk And Maximum Performance So You Can Pack For Any Occasion Without Worrying About Having To Leave Extra Gear Behind.
- Regular Fit Is Eased, But Not Sloppy, And Perfect For Any Activity.
- Fabric Is Lightweight And Easily Packable For Long Trips. Built For Durability, This Fabric Combines Water/Wind Proofing With A Breathable Design That's Made For A Day On The Go.
There is a newer style of this item:
- Is discontinued by manufacturer : No
- Product Dimensions : 33.02 x 22.86 x 7.62 cm; 422.4 Grams
- Date First Available : 17 July 2018
- Manufacturer : Marmot
- ASIN : B078WHKPJN
- Item model number : 40330
- Department : mens
- Best Sellers Rank: 177,612 in Fashion (See Top 100 in Fashion)
- 131 in Men's Snow & Rainwear
- 1,280 in Men's Outerwear
- Customer reviews:
The Minimalist Men's Rain Jacket is a lightweight shell featuring Gore-Tex with Paclite Technology, making it waterproof, windproof, breathable, and extremely packable. The hydrophobic Gore-Tex membrane contains over 9 billion pores per square inch to reduce internal moisture, and the Paclite layer regulates temperature while keeping weight to a bare minimum. The Minimalist jacket also features fully taped seams to prevent leaks, a storm flap to protect the front zipper, and an attached hood that adjusts for better facial coverage. If interior heat should begin to build up, simply open the Pitzips—zippered ventilation openings under the arms—to increase air flow. Your arms will retain full mobility through it all, thanks to the built-in Angel-Wing Movement.
From planned treks in chilly temperatures to unexpected turns in the weather, we offer the ultimate in protection with cold-weather technologies like Featherless, SpiraFil, and PrimaLoft
Review this product
Top review from Singapore
There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later.
Top reviews from other countries
Because a dry summer I did not use it for months, trusting that a well known brand like Marmot would have strict quality test.
First time I used in light rain, I noticed after 15/ 20 min that in parts of the jacket the textile start to saturate, so you could feel it dump and the inner layer become dark in colour meaning it was getting wet. it is mostly in hood, shoulders and arms.
I gave it another chance and this happened again.
I called Marmot Europe Customer service and nobody reply that phone...ever. So I wrote them explaining the issue.
I received a extremily condescendent reply, stating it was condensation what I could feel and see. I never did any effort to sweat wearing this jacket and if after 10 min walk to my bus stop it created condensation it means the Gore Tex membrane is rubish when they are trying to sell its brathibility.
I gave it another chance making sure it did not have a chance to generate condensation. the Jacket got saturated because the rain in 10 min.
Wrote Marmot again and this time......not even an answer. Even more annoying, I tried to write a review in their website and they refused to publish it.
So now, I am stuck with an expensive windbreaker( this jacket is not waterproof) and the feeling that Marmot do not care about their customers. For sure it is the last time I am buying Marmot. I hope this review will help people in case they are doubting if buying it or not.
This jacket is using a much newer version of the material and I haven't experienced the issues I had with the original material. Also, price was very good on Amazon, which is why I took a chance on this jacket.