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Packable fluff for backcountry chills.

When the sending temps roll around this fall, be prepared for chilly belays with the Marmot Men’s Ellsworth Insulated Jacket. This lightweight puffy’s PrimaLoft fill insulates even when wet and the jacket stuffs into its interior pocket for easy packing. When ski season rolls around, throw the Ellsworth in your touring pack for lunch stops and windy ridges.

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3 5

Decent coat

I bought this when my wife decided she wants to wear my Patagonia DAS parka. This is no DAS parka. I do like the trim fit and it fits snug. Take that into account if you order this. It layers well, has good pockets, is reasonably warm, but.... I can't love this jacket. The main zipper is difficult to get started. The other zippers are a little tough to work. The hood is impossible to put on or take off without unzipping a bit. The velcro arm closures are poorly done. The arcteryx atom hoody is way better but not quite as warm and the patagonia DAS parka is way better but much warmer. I still wear this jacket all the time and it functions well. BTW the fabric is a little shiny.

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Does anybody have a photo of how shiny...

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Does anybody have a photo of how shiny this thing really is? I don't want to look like I'm wearing a Marmot rendition of a Moncler.

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Awesome jacket. This is my go to puffy for cragging and alpine climbing. A bit heavier than others but it's water resistance and near wind proof abilities make it totally worth the few extra ounces.

4 5

warm

this is a nice jacket to have in the backpack to layer up with or to have on to hit the town. the primaloft insulation works great to keep you warm when you hit tree line and need to hike two more miles of wind swept exposure to hit the summit......i gave this jacket a 4 star rating because of 2 things. 1- the front hand pockets do not have insulation running between the pocket and shell so it wont really keep your hands warm.# 2- the shell is is not very water resistant, but will still keep you toasty when wet. youll need a tech. shell when its raining. overall this is a very good jacket and has kept me warm in the mountains many times.

Gurus, how much does this weigh? I think...

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Gurus, how much does this weigh? I think it would be valuable to have in the tech specs.

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I think that it is something like 1 lb 5 oz/ 595 g. Might be off on that though.

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1 lb. 3 oz. in size med.

I'm 5'9" and 192lbs will a medium be too...

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I'm 5'9" and 192lbs will a medium be too small?

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I'd suggest the large.

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i am 5'10" 185# and have the large. i purchased the large because the med. was perfect with a t-shirt on and i knew it would be too small with layers on underneath. another thing is the arm length is alittle longer and the jacket doesnt ride up when your reaching overhead.

I'm 6'1" and 200lbs with fairly long...

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I'm 6'1" and 200lbs with fairly long arms...will a large be big enough or should I get an XL?

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I think an XL would be best.

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I actually think a Large would be fine. I'm 6'2" / 170lbs with longish arms and my Medium is great, with plenty of room to layer. My two cents, hope it helps!