City style, ski protection.
Marmot's Bridgeport Down Jacket gives your boy some style for the city and a lot of protection for the ski resort. Its fully taped MemBrain shell provides the same waterproofing that Marmot's ski jackets have, and Down Defender helps the lightweight 700-fill down insulation retain its warmth in damp conditions. Angel-Wing Movement ensures a full range of motion when he's hiking up the terrain park, and the removable hood accommodates sunny skies. Marmot added microfleece internal cuffs and a Sherpa fleece lining for extra coziness. Hook-and-loop straps at each cuff and a drawcord at the hem provide proper coverage and extra security from stormy weather.
- MemBrain waterproof shell
- 700-fill down insulation with Down Defender
- Sherpa fleece lining
- Angel-Wing Movement
- Removable hood
- Microfleece internal cuffs
- Adjustable cuffs and hem
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- Q & A
Love this coat!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
We now have this coat in three sizes -- it is the only coat we have found that keeps our boys completely warm and dry for a full day of skiing, sledding, building snowmen or whatever else, no matter how cold or snowy the weather. (We started with size small, then got the younger brother an xs, and now the older brother a size large. The size small was worn daily all winter long for three years straight and still looks great. Thank you Marmot!
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
This jacket is no joke. A bit on the pricy side but its quality. Moved to the Pacific Northwest and this jacket is so far up to the task of handling the cold rainy days. It's probably meant for colder snowy climates. 700 fill down means its like my son is walking around in a 30 degree sleeping bag with sleeves.
The jacket has a little cinch to tighten the jacket around the waist which is handy since my son is on the thin side.
I got the small size and it looks ginormous on my son and he's a skinny, about average height 5 year old. Probably would have been a better fit to go with an XS. But at least now he'll have this jacket for a couple more years.
Four stars instead of five just because it is pricy for a kids jacket.