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Marmot Geneva Down Jacket - Women's

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    Winter protection with a nod to style.

    Modern aesthetics pair up with Marmot's outdoor protection in the Women's Geneva Down Jacket. Perfect for snowy nights in the city, the Geneva's MemBrain fabric protects its warm and lofty 700-fill down insulation from snowfall and brisk breezes, and the fleece-lined torso offers more warm, plush comfort. The hood styles an après-styled faux fur ruff, and both the hood and ruff are removable for versatile convenience. There are internal cuffs made with soft-and-smooth microfleece, an internal pocket with a headphone router, and dual cargo pockets with zippered handwarmers at each side.

    • MemBrain shell
    • 700-fill down insulation
    • Fleece-lined torso
    • Removable hood with removable faux fur ruff
    • Adjustable hem and cuffs
    • Microfleece internal cuffs
    • Dual cargo handwarmer pockets
    • Internal media pocket
    • Item #MAR00L2

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [membrane/laminate] MemBrain, [shell] 49% nylon, 33% polyester, 18% cotton plain weave, [hood trim] faux fur
    Insulation
    700-fill down
    Fit
    regular
    Length
    below hip
    Center Back Length
    32 in
    Hood
    yes, removable
    Pockets
    2 hand, 2 cargo, 1 zippered internal media
    Claimed Weight
    3 lb 1 oz
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    didn't fit my weird body

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: both medium + large

    I'm 5'8, 135#, 34B, usually a size 4 or 6 and first purchased this parka in a size Medium. I'd call my body-type scrawny, at best ... Not athletic and no discernible muscle tone. Small to average shoulders and note my small bra size. I couldn't move my arms in the Medium. Re-ordered in a Large because I loved this beautiful coat. The Large was much better in the arms but the body was huge and I figured it wouldn't be warm because so much air was able to get in. I needed the Large arms put on the Medium body and it would've fit great. The waist nips in really nicely but, just so you know, the bottom of this coat is very wide, like a bell. (it doesn't look like that in the pic at all - which is kinda deceiving) It didn't bother me but if you're concerned about stuff like that, it's something to consider.
    The lining feels like thick velvet and the red piping inside is really cool. I loved the magnetic closure on the slip pockets, the easy zipper and basically all the features of this coat. The fit was straight-up weird though so I'll keep looking.
    4 stars for effort - and if it fits you correctly you'll probably love it.

    Fits great and super warm

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XS

    I bought this jacket basically expecting to wear it next year for the cold winters in the Northeast, but snow and cold weather came back the day after the jacket arrived. I've worn it just walking around outside to walk to work or dinner, but so far snuggly warm. The fit is great, it slims at the waist so looks less bulky and boxy than other down jackets. I really like the hand warmer pockets because they're just the right size without being huge. The hood also fits very snug around my head and isn't too large like in other coats where a gust of wind just blows it away. I also really like the fleece lining, it goes up around the collar, which I also really like. Can't wait to test this out when it gets into the below freezing temperatures, but so far this jacket is great.

    Warm, but falling apart after 7 weeks

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

    Bought this coat Thanksgiving, and a few days ago, it lost a snap. I bought a pair of marmot snowpants too and one of the snaps doesnt work as of today. I live in Chicago and take public transportation, and after freezing temperatures the last couple years, I wanted something ultra warm and waterproof. Wouldn't you know the temperatures have been warm this year so I have maybe worn this coat a couple few times a week. Hand warmer pockets are on the very front of the jacket, are too small for my hand and not warm at all. Big pockets in the front are good for storage but just lined with satin. I don't always like to wear gloves so this was disappointing. Hope you have a good hat too, because the thin stretchy nylon pull strings on the hood don't tighten it. On a windy day you will feel wind in your hood if you don't have a hat on.
    Like I said, I've already had a snap fall off the front flap that goes over the zipper. I like to wear it in zipped and just snapped closed for ventilation because this coat is an oven. Which is good. But how much do you wanna pay for a coat with nothing to warm your hands in and nothing to keep your head warm thats going to fall apart in less than one winter season? Not 500.
    Marmot has a warranty so I'll be sending it in, but that leaves me without a winter coat. In CHICAGO WINTER. If you can afford to buy this coat, spend the extra 150-200 and get a Canada Goose. I bought one second hand off eBay, and when my Marmot coat and pants come back from marmot warranty repair, thats exactly where they will be gotten rid of.

    Great Coat

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    It's finally become cold enough in PA to be able try out this jacket. I shopped around for jackets with the specifications I wanted - down, water resistant/proof, thigh to knee length- and eventually settled on Marmot because of price. I initially purchased both the Geneva and the Chelsea to compare and I ended up sending the Chelsea back. What I liked about the Geneva- unlike the other reviewer, the wrist cuffs are snug, the handwarmer pockets have magnetic closures, the cargo pockets are well placed and the fleece lining. The lining in this coat gives it a warm coziness that I would compare to being wrapped up in bed on a cold morning. Performance so far- after last winter's steady below freezing temperatures I decided this year to invest in good winter coat. I spend a lot of time outside especially since I'm the designated dog walker in my house. This coat has kept me warm and comfortable on those long walks despite temps being in the single digits and teens.
    What I don't like but can deal with: the zipper is two way which, because of the length, causes the zipper to start "unzipping up" when I sit down. It can be solved by snapping the bottom snap, but for me the tightness around my hips is uncomfortable. The two way zipper also makes it a little harder(for me at least) to get the zipper in place to zip up.
    I purchased a medium which ended up being a perfect fit. I have an athletic body type and the medium fits comfortably in the upper back and shoulders without looking overly bulky in the midsection.
    Overall impressions- warm, comfortable, great length, fits well(doesn't make you look like a tick about to pop), easy to move in, and tremendous value.

    Very warm and flattering.

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Small

    Extremely warm for the price point. It's as warm as Canada Goose jackets in the 3 or 4 insulation range. The jacket runs true to size or slightly large. I would normally purchase a M in winter jackets, but debating ordering the Geneva in a S. The Steel Onyx color is VERY different in person. It is almost a grey powder blue. It is a bit lighter than the Canada Goose "Graphite" color. Nice fleece lined hand warmer pockets right at the perfect height. 2 slip in snap pockets. Snap adjustable cuffs with (loose) wrist cuffs Inner zip pocket, more pockets would be nice. Fleecy chinguard Cinchable waist 2 way adjustable hood is removable, fur is removable. Hood is quite small with fur removed.

    How does this coat fit in comparison to the Montreal coat?
    I recently tried the Montreal on for size and noticed that it fit very snug in the chest and shoulders. As there are not many reviews for the Geneva coat, could you lend some advise?

    The shoulders and chest do not feel snug. The coat is a bit snug at the hips when zipped. (5'10" 126, size 4, slim hips)

    I find it runs a bit large. I bought a S and it's almost perfect but I'm exchanging for a M. For reference, I usually buy a M in winter coats to accomodate layering.