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Marmot Cerro Torre Jacket - Men's

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    Details

    Chiseled from granite and blessed with mountainous protection.

    The Men's Cerro Torre Jacket takes on the burly alpine ascents that Marmot named this jacket after. Gore-Tex gives this 3-layer shell reliable waterproofing, and its C-Knit backer enhances this jacket's breathability, lightweight appeal, and soft comfort. Marmot's Angel-Wing Movement keeps the Cerro Torre in place whether you're ice climbing, ski mountaineering, or rappelling.

    The Cerro Torre also features Marmot's long underarm PitZips for ventilation, and the Gale-Force hood stays secure in strong winds. There's a drawcord at the hem and hook-and-loop tabs at each cuff for a secure fit, and there are multiple internal and external pockets, including backpack-compatible Pack Pockets.

    • Gore-Tex C-Knit
    • Fully taped seams
    • Angel-Wing Movement
    • PitZips with water-resistant zippers
    • Gale-Force hood with wire brim
    • Drawcord hem
    • Pack Pockets
    • Item #MAR00LQ

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Gore-Tex C-Knit (3-layer), 100% nylon
    Seams
    fully taped
    Fit
    athletic, Angel-Wing Movement
    Length
    hip
    Center Back Length
    28 in
    Hood
    yes, Gale Force
    Pockets
    Pack Pockets, 1 zippered internal, 1 zippered front
    Venting
    PitZips underarm venting
    Claimed Weight
    15.9 oz
    Recommended Use
    ski mountaineering, alpine & expedition
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Super wind and water-proof.

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

    I got this jacket for my step-dad for Christmas. He feedback he gave me is that he really likes the fully welded seams. He says that its super water proof, and totally wind proof. It is just a shell, so you'll want a base layer. His only concern, is that when he's skiing though the trees, he doesn't want to snag it and have it rip. Even if it did, with Marmots lifetime warranty, he can rest easy.



    Feel free to reach out to me if you have questions about this jacket, or Marmot gear in general!

    Super wind and water-proof.

    Super Happy With This Jacket

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

    I bought this shell to wear over my puffy in adverse weather and for extra warmth while mountaineering, resort skiing, AT, and camping. I got it in late fall and haven't had a chance to test it out without the puffy, though it seems like it would work great for fall and spring conditions.

    I really like this jacket. It keeps wind, snow and freezing rain out completely, even in a blizzard. This jacket is definitely a shell - it's not insulated, and doesn't provide much additional warmth, but it does a great job at keeping out wind and moisture while breathing well. Combined with a puffy, mid-weight and base layer, I've stood out in the elements for an hour at -10* F with wind and snow, and was comfortable.

    The jacket is well-designed and I like the features. The hood is shaped well, adjusts nicely, and fits over both my climbing helmet and ski helmet. The brim is nice and sturdy without being too rigid. The pit zips come in handy, and I like that they each have two zippers to pull. The seams are sealed well, and the main zipper works great, with two zippers to accommodate your climbing harness or make it easier to take a leak. The waist and hood cinch and loosen easily, even with big winter gloves on. Side pockets are placed nicely high for when you wear this jacket with a harness or pack with a waist strap. Wrist closures are easy to adjust, and I like the sturdy panel on each velcro flap, it makes it easier to grip with bigger gloves. I have not had a problem fitting the wrists over my winter gloves, though there isn't a lot of room left over when you pull the untightened sleeve over the glove.

    My only complaint is that it would be nice if this jacket came with zipper pulls on the small interior pocket and pit zips (similar to the pulls on the side pockets). Those zippers can be hard to grip with larger gloves on. This is not an issue for either of the main zippers, one of which has a zipper pull and the other doesn't. However, since zipper pulls are easy enough to make yourself, this is a minor complaint.

    When I bought it, I was about 30 lbs heavier, and ordered the XL based on its more athletic fit and to fit over a puffy jacket and base layer(s). It fits very well over a size XL Mountain Hardwear Compressor puffy jacket. At my current size, I'd definitely go down to a size L. Now that I'm smaller and will need to replace this jacket for fit reasons, I'll definitely be getting another one.

    Marmot quality in a 3 layer shell

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: XL

    I have used Marmot gear off grid for a number of years. It works and it holds up in adverse conditions. Bought this shell to replace prior Marmot Gore Tex Pro Shell. The athletic cut makes layering difficult, but Marmot does not offer a regular fit in 3 layer material. I ordered XL to compensate for this problem. In all other respects this jacket meets my high standards for a shell I will count on when performance really matters.