If the Rocky mountain sunset sneaks up on you, don't worry about rushing back to the campfire. Your Marmot Women's Ether Driclime Jacket keeps you covered and ready for the after-dusk chill as you admire the glimmering city lights from a safe distance.

  • Ultra lightweight fabric helps the Ether weigh in at under eight ounces
  • DWR coating helps slough moisture without compromising breathability of the jacket
  • DriClime Bi-Component wicking lining encourages ventilation and keeps you dry
  • Jacket packs into pocket for transport and storage convenience
  • Underarm vents help you dump excess heat when necessary
  • Elastic cuffs and draw cord hem complete the seal between you and the elements
  • Angel-Wing Movement encourages a full and natural range of motion to accommodate your more acrobatic alpine pursuits
  • Reflective logos enhance visibility for safety

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5 5

Amazing multipurpose jacket!!

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

Hiking in Patagonia I met some other Americans in the mountains; we were hiking in t-shirts, but when we reached the summit it was cold and windy. My new buddy pulled out this jacket and was toasty and warm. I tried on hers, then as soon as I got back to the US, I bought one. I"m on my second now. This jacket is lightweight, warm, non-crinkly and bundles into a pocket that can fit in your purse.
It's not waterproof at all, but resistant in a light drizzle. I wear it all the time!

5 5

I love this jacket!!

Now this jacket fits more like a 3rd layer. I wore this jacket with a poly/tank, and a wicking turtleneck (my go to cold weather stuff) at 14 degrees with a serious by Appalachian standards climb off trail while doing some brush cutting with gloves and a toboggan was toasty!! It doesn't add bulk to keep ya warm which makes it very nice and squishes up neatly into it's own pocket. This will stay in my backpack all year .. well when I'm not wearing it.