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Three-in-one mountain comfort.
- Waterproof breathable PreCip 2L shell with fully taped seams repels falling snow, dripping chairlifts, and slushy falls to keep you dry and comfortable
- The 100-weight polyester velour fleece liner jacket provides a barrier to keep your body heat close
- The shell's underarm zippered vents dump excess heat and work with paneled mesh lining to boost inner climate control during touring and hiking
- A roll-up, adjustable hood blocks out the storm and provides additional versatility in changing weather
- Adjustable drawcord hem, double front storm flap, and hook-and-loop cuffs help seal out the cold and snow
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Marmot 3 in 1 jacket
I just arrived in Aspen & used the jacket for the first time. I can't tell you how pleased I am. It works well in all 3 modes. It's light weight, very water resistent and especially easy to remove or replace the liner. The price is excellent. The fit is accurate. I highly recommend it & give it 5 stars.
Well built, convertible jacket. Like the various ways I can wear it. Going to be a great jacket for day hikes, easy to slip in the day pack and go.
Hi.I am writing from Turkey.I want to ask...
Hi.I am writing from Turkey.I want to ask question.whats diffirent from Marmot Oracle at Marmot cirrus, without fleeece.Which product must I use for hiking.If will I buy Cirrus series, will I redget otherwise I am thiking I have one more fleece jacket.
I would go with the Oracle and just use a fleece you already have. The Oracle uses a nicer fabric that is more breathable, and parts of it are stretchy. The fleece that gets put on the inside of the Cirrus is the Marmot Reactor fleece jacket, so if you wanted to buy that on top of the Oracle, you'd get a much better system for around the same price.
Does this jacket have a powder skirt?
Does this jacket have a powder skirt?
Good jacket for the price
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I picked this jacket up on clearance and got a pretty good deal on it. The only minor complaint I had is that the hood does not roll up and store very well, otherwise I would give it a 5 star rating. There was a little confusion over whether the zip out lining was 100 or 200 weight, but on Marmot's website it also had it listed as 100 in one place and then 200 in another description. I am pretty sure it is 100 weight which is plenty. If it were any thicker it would feel bulky. Anyway, this jacket is great down to around 15F with just a t-shirt underneath. If it's colder than that I just add a base layer.
Adding a follow-up a couple years later I still like the jacket but found it not water resistant enough for wet snow days. I upgrade to a goretex version of the marmot and as a bonus the zip out lining of this jacket fit into the new one. I still use it for less cold and dry days since it is pretty light weight to carry in my pack.
Looking for specs on sizing for small or...
Looking for specs on sizing for small or medium
Click the blue "Size" button under the "Select Options" drop down bar.
Great lightweight jacket for wet weather
This jacket does the trick to combat wind, water and moderate temps. The jacket was a little thinner and lighter than I expected and not really for cold weather conditions (I would suggest wearing it in temps no lower than 32 degrees Fahrenheit), but so far has worked well to keep me completely dry and comfortable in moderate rain and heavy winds. I normally wear a medium in most clothing, but Marmot tends to run on the larger side -- the small fits me perfectly (I'm 5'8" and 140 pounds). Features I like include the rollout hood which secures comfortably around your head, and the armpit vents. There's not much pocket space, however I typically carry a backpack so it is not a big issue for me.
Does the inside of the liner have a material...
Does the inside of the liner have a material that will allow your sleeves to "slide" in without bunching?
Fleece liners always pull my sleeves up when I put on my jacket and it drives me crazy
Yes, the fleece liner on the Cirrus has taffeta lined sleeves (nylon), so your arm will slide in easly with no bunching.
This says the liner is 100 wt., but the...
This says the liner is 100 wt., but the Marmot website says 200. Which is accurate?
Hey there, good question... BC doesn't always get it right... so when in doubt ask and reference the holy word (mfg's website).... so yeah, its got a 200wt fleece with this setup...
It doesn't say anything about it being...
It doesn't say anything about it being windproof, so I assume it's not. So how well does it resist it?
PreCip (The coating on the outer jacket) is completely waterproof and windproof. The inner jacket is simply polyester fleece, and is not at all windproof or even wind resistant.
I'm a fine art nature photographer and I wanted a jacket for backpacking that would work against rain, chilly, AND coldish temps.
I tried this jacket and couldn't be happier.
When it's cold, I use the liner and shell together, chilly just the liner or just the shell.
Also, the shell is really waterproof. I was at the edge of a low cliff at Pictured Rocks NLS and got blasted by the top half of a 20 foot wave while looking through the viewfinder. Almost knocked me over.
I was soaked from the bottom down, but the jacket wicked away that water like it was nothin'. Color me impressed.
Cirrus component Jacket
What a well made jacket, it was lighter than I expected and that was a great suprise too. The outer layer is VERY waterproof and the inner layer maintains body heat very well without being too hot. At first I thought the jacket would be too light and wouldn't keep me warm enough but I was happily wrong. Marmot did an excellent job on this jacket, can't say enough about it.