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Description

Bring it on.

Howling snowstorms, wind-blasted summits, and extreme winter conditions have nothing on the bombproof construction, moisture-shedding ability, and breathable performance of the Marmot Men's Alpinist Jacket. This top-shelf shell represents Marmot's 40-years of design expertise in creating outerwear to excel in the planet's gnarliest environments. That's why this jacket is outfitted with an ultra-tough Gore-Tex Pro (3-layer) membrane that's completely encased within an outer fabric and interior lining. This beefy construction outlives inferior-quality (2 or 2.5-layer) membrane constructions, ultimately creating a jacket that's built to withstand the rigors of professional ski guides and alpine climbers. In addition to its superior build construction, the jacket's Gore-Tex Pro membrane delivers the amazing waterproof performance and exceptional breathability that you've come to expect from Gore-Tex.

But this jacket's much more than just its fabric. Its helmet-compatible hood has a laminated wire brim that allows you to see out of your periphery when it's fully deployed. The DriClime-lined chin guard pulls moisture away from your face when you're perspiring and breathing heavily, helping you feel more comfortable and less clammy. Underarm vents feature water-resistant zippers that shed outside moisture while releasing built-up perspiration from intense skiing or climbing. Napoleon chest pockets stash your must-have items, and the waistbelt-friendly Pack Pockets offer easy-access to accessories when you're carrying a backcountry pack. In addition, the jacket's Angel-Wing Movement and athletic fit grant you full mobility for skiing, riding, and climbing.

  • Gore-Tex Pro (3-layer) membrane
  • Nylon face fabric
  • Fully taped seams
  • DriClime-lined chin guard
  • Adjustable, helmet-compatible hood with laminated wire brim
  • Underarm vents with water-resistant zips
  • Napoleon chest pockets with water-resistant zips
  • Pack Pockets with water-resistant zips
  • Interior mesh storage pocket
  • Interior stash pocket
  • Angel-Wing Movement
  • Athletic fit

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5 5

Great Fit and breathability

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I purchased this jacket since I mostly work in the outdoors in NYC. Yes, it might be too much jacket for my use but I'm very happy I bought it. The athletic fit is similar to a "form fit". I have a 43" chest and this jacket fits perfectly with a form- fitted 200 weight fleece as a mid-layer. I would not wear a bulky over-sized mid-layer with this jacket. The fit is tailored, but the angle wing movement works well. Shoveling snow or aerobic activity is not a problem. The 30" center length is a nice feature; I'm 5'10" tall and it goes a few inches past my waist line, a little shorter than a parka. The two large front pockets are very functional for me as I use them to hold two smartphones phones, and my wallet. The two side pockets are set high which is a nice feature and can easily fit a pair of gloves and a beanie. Gore-tex pro 3L is a tough and very waterproof material. Two pit zips are included. Double zipper and one snap is an added plus, especially when sitting down or bending at the knees. The hood is huge and can easily fit over a helmet. Nice job Marmot. Thanks for honoring the sale price from an online competitor Backcountry!

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5 5

Sweet Jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Just purchased and used up in Mammoth CA, skiing in all conditions, blue skies, howling winds, freezing cold weather, and snowing pretty heavy with no complaints. This jackets is all the rage...

With my 41" chest and 35" arms, I seem to be right at the upper limit of the size medium. I am 6' 2" and 185 lbs and athletic build, and am wondering if the jacket runs smaller or larger. I intend to layer underneath in cold weather. Any recommendations?

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Nick, this is one of Marmot's very few (possibly only) "athletic fit" 3L waterproof breathable shells. I personally find most manufacturers make most ski jackets huge and bulky, and I'm swimming in them. This jacket is an awesome, trimmer fit. So to answer your question, relative to other winter shells, this fits trim, although not necessarily short. I'd say it fits more true to size than most ski jackets.

I prefer to use thinner technical base and mid layers rather than really puffy stuff insulated stuff, so this jacket works great for me.

5 5

Best shell I've ever owned!

  • Fit: True to size

I got this for a friend, who says: "This is the best shell I've ever owned. It does a great job of repelling water and blocking the wind. It also seems to be very well constructed. I was a little nervous about the green color being too bright at first but once I saw it in person I couldn't be happier and have received many compliments. I would recommend going a size up if you plan on layering a lot underneath."