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Set your ski-spirit free.

Some people think that skiing is liberation of the soul. If so, the Marmot Women's Free Skier Jacket is your ticket to ride, with bomber weather protection that will shed water and fight wind and cozy insulation that will keep you warm. A plethora of smartly placed  pockets and all the essentials of top-notch skiwear, including powder skirt and helmet-compatible hood, propel the Free Skier to glory.

  • Durable 2-layer Marmot MemBrain laminate fights water and breathes for all-day dry comfort
  • Fully taped seams prevent leaks and drafts from sneaking in
  • Durable polyester Thermal R Eco Insulation provides resilient, mid-loft warmth
  • HD brushed tricot collar and shoulder lining feels cozy next to skin
  • Regular fit is roomy for freedom of movement without being bulky or baggy; Angel-Wing Movement provides unhindered arm mobility
  • Underarm vents with water-resistant zippers dump excess heat while riding up a storm or on a hike
  • Attached, helmet-compatible hood storm hood protects your noggin from the elements
  • Zip-off powder skirt keeps snow from filling your jacket, when you need it
  • Elastic drawcord hem and adjustable hook-and-loop cuffs keep snow and leaks out with a snug fit
  • Two hand and chest pockets with water-resistant zippers secure and protect essentials
  • Flapped chest, zippered sunglasses, internal media and mesh gear and goggle pockets keep everything you need right where you want it

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4 5

Nice jacket, nice price!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I have skied lift service a handful of times in the jacket and have found it to be great so far. The Freeskier is much lighter than many other insulated coats out there, which I appreciate, but still plenty warm for me. The insulation is just right for me to wear a few thin layers underneath on most days. On really cold days (around zero) I just add a really light down vest on top of those layers and I am good to go. I tested out the hood last weekend on a stormy day and it fit fine over my helmet and provide the extra protection I needed. Unlike a previous poster, I find the zipper to be adequate and the shape, while a little boxy, is functional for skiing. My only gripe is that there is no Driclime/fleecy chin guard on the Freeskier. I would recommend this coat!

1 5

quality lacking

very square fitting jacket. Very cheap zipper quality...looked like something you would get from TJ Maxx...not what I would expect from Marmot

5 5

Great colors, warm

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this for my friend who can't rave about it enough. The colors are fun and easy to find on the slopes, and she never complained about the cold even on the lifts in 19 degree weather. Ample pockets, not too bulky, and great quality.