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Marmot Alpinist Tech Fleece Jacket - Men's

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    20 Reviews


    Sport the Marmot Alpinist Tech Fleece Jacket as a light mid-layer under a shell for a chilly day tour in the backcountry or wear it as an outer piece over a tee for fall hikes.
    • Angel-Wing Movement specifically shapes the jacket to provide a wide, free range of motion at the arms and shoulders
    • Fleece's grid pattern provides a smooth feel and speeds up wicking for enhanced comfort during activity
    • Flatlock construction throughout ensures strong seams and reduces discomfort when you sport the piece over just tee
    • Elastic cuffs and a cinch cord at the hem help keep warm air in and seal out chilly air
    • Softshell-bonded pocket zippers offers a little stretch and reduced wear
    • Interior pocket features an audio headphone port so you can listen to tunes
    • Item #MAR2336

    Tech Specs

    polyester grid fleece
    Fleece Weight
    Angel-Wing Movement
    Center Back Length
    27.25 in
    [external] 2 zippered handwarmer, 1 chest zippered, [internal] 1 zippered audio with headphone port
    Claimed Weight
    15.5 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Perfect tech fleece

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

    I got this for my husband for early morning bike rides, walks out to the pier, and kayak paddles out in the marina. (We live in Venice, CA.) He says the inside chest pocket fits his iphone 6, range of movement is great, and he likes the slim fit. It's not meant to be a wind barrier so don't expect that. He plans to layer it under his TREW snowboarding jacket this winter. Hits the spot on all counts.

    A go-to fleece

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

    This is a great lightweight fleece that is easy to pack and use as an everyday, go-to mid-weight fleece. Overall the fit is true to size; the sleeves run a little long for me, but this is great for riding!

    Marmot Alpinist Tech Fleece Jacket

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

    Product is very comfortable,I use it for a layer with my shell and bionic. it is used as a lightweight sweater with a tee. Great Marmot product and quality.

    Best fleece I've owned

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

    This is the best fleece jacket I've owned. Lightweight, very warm yet breathable, and layers great. The waffle weave makes it very durable---I have yet to see any signs of pilling.

    A great and versatile fleece

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    Short version: A thin yet surprisingly warm fleece zip- up that breaths well enough to prevent over- heating.

    Long version: I originally overlooked this jacket due to the price, but found one in what my friends call "tennis ball green" on clearance when the color was discontinued. Having used this jacket for about a year now, it certainly seems worth the price. I wore this around town in Chicago without a jacket over it around town in March and was very comfortable. I find it to be very warm yet breaths well when you are active or once you make it back indoors. The micro- grid fabric is also ver durable and doesn't show wear after some pretty serious use. A great layering piece as well due to its thin nature.

    How I use it: pretty much the first thing I grab when I need some extra warmth, and a great piece to layer under a outer shell

    What I wouldn't use it for: Not a windproof fleece if that is what you need.

    Fit: I am about 6' and 185 lbs and use a medium. I find it to be a very comfortable athletic fit that never restricts or feels too tight.

    Awesome buy!

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    Bought this as a gift for a guy who never buys any piece of gear new. He really just needed a good go-to zipper fleece and this is the perfect choice. Great warmth factor for it's light weight and a beautiful blue color. He loves all the pocket room. Only down side would be no thumb holes but an excellent purchase for the price. Gives great options for layering under and on top.

    This thing is toasty for it's weight.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size

    I bought one last year and thought I'd get another one. Grid fleece is pretty warm any way on it's own. On a day below 45 I'll usually layer it with my Marmot Front Range .

    Nice Fleece.

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

    I really like the grid pattern on this jacket and have gotten a few compliments. Went with the medium, I am 5'7" - 170lbs. Nice athletic fit. A little big in the arms, length wise. Which has been hit and miss on some of Marmot Jackets. Perfect length if this jacket had thumb holes like some of there other jackets. Love the colors available, could see me picking up another one.

    Better than most

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

    This jacket is light, has a slightly fitted cut, and the fleece has a waffle texture that seems to reduce pilling. I would consider this jacket to have moderate warmth, and should be comfortable for most people under a shell during aerobic activities on cold days. Overall, it's a good quality, has a nice fit, gets the job done, and looks pretty darn good too.

    Good deal for me.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size

    I picked up this fleece, because Backcountry emailed me a $20 coupon. At $63 this jacket is a value. Although it isn't thick like my Denali that I had for many many years, the Alpinist is soft and hopefully warm. I haven't gotten a chance to take it out as the weather is still warm/hot. The design looks very cool, the blue is bright and sharp. I am 5'7" about 140lbs, slim build, I bought a small and it might be a bit snug than I would like. But then again, I was always used to my Denali being relaxed and loose.

    Great mid-weight fleece

      Great for a mid layer or as a stand alone jacket for temps down to about 25 degrees. Reasonably good in the wind, but not windproof. Very soft and tends to be a little bigger than most other cold weather wear for the size ordered in torso and sleeve length, but that's great for active wear (like skiing). The draw string hem lets you shorten the torso length easily. Pocket placement is great for skiing or hiking and the chest pocket fits an iphone easily. Only complaint is a common one. The neck is a little tight for size, but can be stretched enough to make it work. Overall my favorite mid-weight fleece and I have a big stash of them.

      good, not great

        I picked this up on SAC for a good price, I really liked the look of the fleece, and wanted something lighter weight than my heavier Monkey Man fleece and the Marmot Kingpin softshell I have.

        First, construction is quality. The fabric is nice and soft, provides a pretty good warmth to weight ratio, and it looks good. Wind blows right through it, but that's what you would expect. Nothing wrong there. Good Marmot quality, except the main zipper is a bit weak, especially for a lightweight fleece that's $125. I would expect a better zipper.

        The sizing is what really upsets me with Marmot's line. My Kingpin softshell is one of the best fitting pieces of outerwear I own. It's nice and snug through the torso, the arms are fitted, it's got a great length, and the angel wing movement is noticeable. Perfect fit, I wish all my jackets fit like it. I'm about 5'10", 165, slim build, and got a size small. In the Kingpin, fits great. This jacket, not. The sleeves are a good length, perhaps even a bit too long, the upper body fits well, and then the lower body is super tight, and short, just barely making it past my belt, and I have a short torso. It was disappointing. So I returned it and got a medium. It fits a lot better, but now the arms are too long, and the body is just a tad baggy, but it's a lot closer to my Kingpin in small. I don't know what's up. They should fit about the same. I've experienced this with other Marmot jackets, the sizing is just not consistent at all.

        The last thing, and this is a minor gripe, is that I wish it were a little more slim or form fitting in the arms. A lightweight fleece is not typically meant to wear as the outermost layer, so why is it so baggy? Again, I know it doesn't say it's an athletic fit, but I wish it were better for layering.

        Overall, I give it four stars, just because it does serve it's purpose, especially for the price I paid, and it looks really good.

        Awesome Fleee

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        This jacket is awesome. I wear it around town and as a layering piece. It looks great and fits well. I suppose the arms are a little long, but the fit is pretty snug for the most part. I'm 5'8" and 130lbs and I got the small. Fits like a glove pretty much.

        More important though is how it functions. It's great on a cold day if the wind isn't too strong. I've worn it down into the 20s for quick walks around town comfortably with gloves and a hat. However, for long idle exposure to cold, I'd say its good on its own down to the mid 40s.

        If the wind is up at all, wear a wind piece over top. With a shell over top though it traps warmth in really well for a piece of this level.

        Get this fleece. You'll love it.

        Awesome Fleee

        Excellent fleece jacket.

          I'm 5'11" with broad shoulders, deep chest, and long arms. The XL size fit very well, with room to wear a sweater under if desired, but wasn't overly long at the waist. The fleece fabric is soft and very comfortable, the stitching was perfect, and the zippers seem durable. A high quality product, in my opinion. I'd consider it wind resistant but certainly not windproof. Not being an earbud wearing type the lack of that zipper didn't bother me.

          Love this fleece but...

            Love the look, feel, performance and quality but I too wish this great fleece had the headphone port on that inside pocket as advertised. This fleece sure seemed to do a far job blocking those afternoon winds and keeping me warm above 12,000 ft in Colorado and held up amazing rubbing up against the rock faces on the way down. The size was perfect for me... I am 5'11'' and weigh 188 lbs. with a really long torso and I got the size large. All and all though other than the missing headphone port I couldn't be happier. If i wasn't expecting the headphone port I wouldn't have missed it and would have given this fleece a 5 star rating.

            Love this fleece but...

            Will you be getting any more "large sizes" in the Cinder color for this jacket?

            Hey Matthew - We do not have any more sizes/colors on order from Marmot at this time for the Alpinist Tech Fleece Jacket. Check out the Warmlight Fleece Jacket (Item #MAR2128) which we have in Cinder, large as a good alternative. Feel free to contact me directly with any additional questions.

            - Kyle L. - Expert Gearhead

            Unanswered Question

            Anyone else who bought this fleece had aa problem with a strong chemical smell? I just got mine and it has a strong chemical smell. I've washed it twice and it still smells. Going to reach out marmot if I don't get an answer on here.