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Uphill chargers and downhill bombers: this shell is for you.
Backcountry skiers and ski mountaineers are picky folk when it comes to getting their gear just so, but Marmot built the Cervino Jacket to satisfy the most rugged adventurers, with an element-shedding 2-layer Gore-Tex Performance Shell that's guaranteed to be waterproof, breathable, and ready to help you check off everything on your hit list.
If Gore-Tex isn't enough for you, all the Cervino's seams are taped, and it has a zip-off powder skirt so you can stay dry when you're shredding your favorite stash, or shed weight when the day's a little more high-and-dry (spring days in the alpine, we mean). Unsurprisingly, there are also underarm vents to keep you cooler than a polar bear's toenails, and a DriClime-lined collar and chin to wick moisture away from your mouth so you don't suffer from the dreaded facefreeze disease. Throw in some Angel-Wing ergonomic design, a hint of zip-off hood, and just a smidge of hook-and-loop cuffs, and it's pretty east to see why the Cervino's a favorite of anyway who loves the up as much as the down.
- 2-layer Gore-Tex Performance Shell waterproof and breathable membrane
- Fully-taped seams
- Underarm zips
- Zip-off Storm Hood with laminated brim
- Removable powder skirt and mesh lining
- DriClime-lined wicking collar and chin guard
- Angel-Wing ergonomic design
- Hook-and-loop cuffs with elastic drawstring hem