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Serious warmth for city denizens.

City girls need protection from wintery weather, too, but not necessarily in the same style as their country cousins. While a lady in the mountains needs some technical gear to keep her comfy, urbanites need to balance warmth, weather protection, and style, a see-saw act that Marmot's nailed with the Chelsea Women's Down Coat. The knee-length cut is all about the classic trench coat look, but the waterproof 2L MemBrain laminate and fully taped seams provide real rain, sleet, and snow protection, unlike a flimsy coat that can cost just as much. A traditional trench doesn't offer much in the way of warmth, either, but the Chelsea's 700-fill down insulation keeps you as warm as a summer subway car, without all the unpleasant accompaniments. Even the details are designed to keep you cozy; the hand pockets, media pocket, and snap cuffs are lined with fleece, and the down-filled hood features a removable synthetic fur ruff that helps you embrace your inner femme fatale if you're feeling saucy. 

  • MemBrain 2L waterproof and breathable membrane
  • Polyester fabric
  • 700-fill down
  • Fully taped seams
  • Insulated hood with removable synthetic fur ruff
  • Fleece-lined hand pockets
  • Internal media pocket
  • Fleece-lined snap cuffs

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Perfect winter coat for the Northeast

  • Familiarity:I've used it several times
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 5'6"
    Weight: 150 lbs
    Size Purchased: Medium

This. Coat. Is. AWESOME. I have been rocking my North Face 'Metropolis' parka for the past decade. And while I love that coat, I was in need of something waterproof. I tried at least 50 coats, from cheaper alternatives at TJMaxx, the North Face Arctic Parka and tricliamte jackets, Patagonia's 3-in-1, and ridiculously overpriced $800 Canada Goose coats. I chose the 'Chelsea' because it had everything I was looking for - longer length, fleece-lined cuffs and pockets, detachable hood (bonus - faux fur trim), lightweight but seriously warm, metal zipper, waterproof, and flattering! Yes, it does make crinkle/swish noises. Yes, they are a bit louder than other coats. I personally find it to be a small price to pay for an otherwise perfect coat. I am 5'6" and 150lbs; I usually wear a size 8. I bought the medium in red and it fit perfectly. There's enough room for a heavy sweater or hoodie, but it isn't so roomy that it looks shapeless. For those looking for a slightly shorter coat, the 'Geneva' was equally comfortable and flattering.

How long is it on you ? I'm 5'10" and I'm afraid it will be too short. Thanks!

It comes just about to my knees in the front. It has a contoured back that dips down lower which looks extremely flattering. I also have a long torso and the length is fine. It's longer than a lot of the other coats I tried that were similar in style.

Hi! Does it have the two-way zipper (so you can unzip from the bottom for easier mobility)?


Like wearing a fashionable sleeping bag

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

I work in northern Michigan, where the wind whips like nobody's business, and this coat has been a saving grace. Worn this out adventuring on brutally cold days, and to the office when I need style + warmth. It's pretty to look at and the shell layer over the down keeps the wind out. I can't think of a single thing I'd change about this - it's warm, stylish enough for wearing with dress clothes, and durable enough to venture out to the ice caves on the big lake.