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Multi-purpose, warm, and functional.

Whether you're braving the chilly winter air for a late-night snack run, or sitting at the trailhead waiting for your buddy to figure out where he stashed his other ski pole, the Marmot Baffin Hoody Jacket will keep you warm and dry with Thermal R Eco insulation and durable water repellant finish.
  • Packs into its own pocket for easy stuffing
  • High-placed pockets are easy to access, even with a pack on
  • Angel Wing construction allows for near-complete freedom of movement
  • Full-time hood keeps your dome warm

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4 5

Great jacket! could be tougher though

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This jacket is perfect as a mid layer or a jacket to have packed away for when you start to get a bit chilly. One of my favorite features of this hoodie is that it can pack into its zipper pocket. This leaves room in my day pack for climbing gear, lunch, and maybe an additional sweater if the weather warrants it. My only complaint on the jacket is that the jacket can get scratched easily. Other than that the jacket is warm, compact able, and great for anything from skiing to rock climbing.

Great jacket! could be tougher though
4 5

fantastic jacket

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Lightweight, super comfortable, fits well. Wore this over a Smartwool and a tshirt in the Canadian Rockies in December and it was more than enough to keep me warm. Stays dry in the snow, too, assuming you're just hiking or making the occasional snow angel. Longer contact with moisture might increase absorption. Definitely should be worn under a shell if you're in a lot of brush (so as not to rip) or heavy precip.

4 5

Great Jacket!!!!!!

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

I think this jacket is fantastic, it's super lightweight, easily stuffs into it's own pocket or compresses down into your pack. I wore this on snow days, on those freezing rain days, and warm spring skiing days in park city UT, it kept me dry and warm in any condition. It breathes well and it's very comfortable. I got the small I'm 5'5 and 140 lbs fits perfect... highly recommend it!

2 5

Seriously, what a shame

Let me first say I love Marmot gear, and I may have just gotten one of those "anomaly" pieces that had a major flaw.
I could absolutely NOT open the zippers to both side pockets......stuck completely, and I would have ripped the jacket trying to force them open.
That being said, I was really, really disappointed as the jacket fit just perfectly (5'10", 180lbs, muscular/athletic build, size M in almost everything), and seemed like it was the answer to my problem of needing a synthetic insulation jacket that actually keeps me warm and fits well.
Please do not view this review as a knock on Marmot (still love 'em), but for whatever reason the jacket they sent me should have been tested before it was shipped.

How many grams of primaloft does this...

How many grams of primaloft does this have?

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It has no grams of Primaloft. Marmot uses Thermal R Eco insulation. It's closest to 60g Primaloft in warmth.

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Yep, I agree with Dave on the warmth analogy: not as warm as say, these pieces: Rab Xenon, Stoic Luft, MH Compressor, but warmer than the TNF Zephyrus (40 grams PL), and comparable to the Patagonia Nano Puffs (60 grams).

5 5

West Bend, WI

Awesome jacket. Keeps me warm when temps are below freezing and still breathable enough to wear when it's 60 out. Super lightweight and I got it on sale for $120. Great jacket and definitely comparable to Patagonia's Nano-Puff.

I know the patchy construction of other...

I know the patchy construction of other synthetic jackets is to prevent the insulation from clumping. Since this isn't patchy like those, does that mean it will become clumpy over time? Or is there a design feature I don't see?

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The insulation is likely of a non shifting design so no baffling is necessary as it won't clump up. The baffled design is most often seen on down pieces rather than synthetics.

How this jacket compare to arcteryx SV and...

How this jacket compare to arcteryx SV and Lt aboyt warmth?

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I think you are comparing this to Arcteryx's technical shells, which are not insulated. This will be much warmer as it is insulated.

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No I'm comparing it with Arcteryx Atom SV and Atom LT?
Any who Knows?

5 5

Bend, OR

I'm 6'1 165lbs and the Medium fits me perfect. I never really had any Marmot gear, but now that I've picked up some of their products I'm sticking with em'. They seem to fit me perfect (tall european athletic build with broad shoulders and a skinny waist). The arms fit great and the body isn't to big.

Now to performance: It's heat to weight ratio it's sick. It folds into itself and I can stuff it into my ski jacket pocket on in between days if I need more insulation. It fits perfect as an underlayer while touring and lift serving and it doesn't feel like I'm even wearing anything while it's on. Also, I wear it around town in anything 25 and above and it's held up great especially on the dry days. If there's humidity in the air (not often here) it's no good below 35, though....

Another perk is it's synthetic (good and bad depending on usage - no doubt here) so if/when it gets wet it doesn't loose all it's warmth which makes it great for underlaying on snowy days.

Marmot Baffin Hoody

Marmot Baffin Hoody Reviewed by Professional Guide Zahan Billimoria

I was hoping to use this to layer under...

I was hoping to use this to layer under my Marmot Rom jacket on really cold days but the sleeves of the Rom are too tight and I loose all the loft. Does anyone have any thoughts as to a better option for this. Does the Marmot Verticle have more room for layering? Otherwise I like both jackets mentioned a lot.

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The Vertical Jacket is designed as s ski soft shell and has extra room for layering, so it should work better than the ROM if you want to layer a Baffin underneath. That combo should be nice and toasty.

Cozy in the Baffin Hoody on Dyer Peak (13,615')

Cozy in the Baffin Hoody on Dyer Peak (13,615')

Man this jacket is awesome. Very comfortable, very versatile. Every feature was well thought and clearly tested. Everything I was looking for in a superlight, synthetic jacket

Does the hood fit a helmet?

Does the hood fit a helmet?

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It will fit over a climbing helmet no problem. Might be a bit snug to fit over a ski helmet.

How do the Marmot Baffin Island, Marmot...

How do the Marmot Baffin Island, Marmot Cauldron and Mtn Hardware Compressor PL hooded jackets compare in terms of warmth, compressibility, pocket location and fit (loose or fitted)? I'm looking for a packable, hooded synthetic jacket for general use and stuffing in my ski or hiking pack.

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The Mtn Hardwear compressor and Marmot Cauldron will be similar in terms of warmth, but the Compressor will be much more packable and have a more athletic fit. The Marmot Baffin is a layering piece that won't be as warm as the other two, but will be more packable. I believe the pockets on the Baffin are slightly more pack friendly than the others listed here. Hope this helps.

Is this jacket suitable as a belay jacket...

Is this jacket suitable as a belay jacket for milder conditions (like the North cascades) in winter?

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Yeah, this would be just fine for that. Plenty warm down to a little below freezing. The hood is a nice addition too.

Just bought this as my primary casusal...

Just bought this as my primary casusal winter jacket in Nashville, TN. We have fairly mild winters: in the 20s and 30s F at its coldest. Do you think this jacket will be adquate? It seems so light. I really like it but mainly just want to be warm.

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Hi Kyle! It always depends on what kind of temps you're used to - but this jacket *is* insulated and pretty warm. Unless you're really really sensitive to cold temps, it should definitely keep you warm in the 20s and 30s. :)