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Marmot Greenland Baffled Down Jacket - Men's

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    23 Reviews


    When warmth is a matter of survival, stick with Marmot's Greenland Down Jacket.

    Marmot stuffed the Men's Greenland Baffled Jacket with the highest quality goose down to make winter climbs and below-zero city nights feel as nice as reading a book in front of the fireplace. The Greenland's 800-fill down insulates like crazy. Baffles prevent the feathers from shifting to one spot, and the down-filled draft tube stops cold leaks through the zipper. Marmot's Angel Wing Movement construction lets you use your arms freely, and one of the Greenland Jacket's pockets functions as a stuff sack so you can store this down coat easily in your winter pack.
    • Item #MAR0883

    Tech Specs

    [shell] Gridlock P-120, DWR coating, [lining] Halo P-180 WR
    800 fill-down
    2 hand, 1 interior
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 15 oz
    Recommended Use
    climbing, camping
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    What do you think about this product?

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    Blizzard? What Blizzard?

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

    I am a 5'7" female, ~120 pounds, and I ordered the Small. Needless to say I am not the kind of lady who asks if so-and-so garment makes me look fat. And yes this garment makes me look quite pudgy. I couldn't find a women's down jacket that was as beefy as this one. I bought this for the few days/weeks when temps hover in the teens or get below 0. I was sweating in this jacket at 20 degrees in sunny, fair weather, and very toasty when it was around 0 at night. This is my "winter blizzard" jacket, and unfortunately I bought it right after it was -10 and then never got that cold again for the rest of the season. My only concern with this jacket is the durability. When I went to pick it up at the warehouse I was about to get a small jacket when I noticed a small hole with down poking through and they traded it for another one. I would be worried about snagging the fabric on anything because it does feel thin, even though it would otherwise feel right at home in a winter mountaineering setting. At the warehouse I compared the feel of this jacket to 2 other down jackets: the Mountain Hardwear Nilas and the Marmot Mountain down jackets. The Nilas looked a lot nicer aesthetically but the zipper kept getting caught, and the Mountain looked too thin for 0 and below. If I could describe this jacket in one word: Pillow. Even though I don't get to pull it out more than a couple of times a year, I will be able to have it for years to come, and looking like a pillow is totally worth the added warmth.

    Warmest Puffy You'll Need

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

    This jacket is stuffed full of down. Most amount of down I could find in any jacket barring high altitude jackets with waterproof shells. The construction seems very high quality and full featured. The velcro on the storm flap and collar are a nice touch and very useful without adding real weight. The down it distributed very well, and there are no thin spots anywhere. Reasonably light an packable for how warm it is. The length is nice and it has a drop tail that completely covers my butt. I will be using it as a belay jacket for cold days cragging, bitter cold days bouldering, and backpacking in the mountains in winter. This is the warmest jacket that is suited for those type of activities. Excellent value if you get one on sale compared to other companies down parkas. Seems to go one sale pretty often, so wait for that and get one. Get one! You won't regret it when you are toasty as crap.

    Warmest Puffy You'll Need

    Simply the BEST

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

    I have a sickness - ice climbers are all gear junkies, but I am truly a fanatic. I own WAY too many down coats, from the Patagonia sweaters to the EB Peak XV. This is simply the best of the lot, and here's why:

    1. Best down to weight ratio. Almost 11 oz. of down to ~31 oz. weight (mine is L).

    2. Lofts incredibly. Fills all available air space, but completely unrestrictive.

    3. Compresses well. The light shell and super high quality down crush down.

    4. Great design. The belay zip works, and the flash pocket is key. The hood is perfect.

    5. The baffles work. It is not GWS or Pertex, but I don't care - in hurricane force winds I feel nothing, even when the wind chill is -40F. If you're as dumb as me to be climbing (or worse, belaying) in those conditions, well, better have this coat.

    Remember 2 things:

    1. Don't worry about the down - if you need this coat, there is no liquid water anyway.

    2. It's not burly, so watch those points. I bring a stuff sack to protect it in my pack.

    I simply love this coat. It's like a wearable sleeping bag. I consider it essential survival gear.

    Simply the BEST

    What a view!

    Summit of Cayambe, Ecuador. Would be great except for the hack blocking the horizon.

    Summit was maybe low 20's. At altitude, that's pretty cold, but maybe not justification for a 6000 meter jacket... But i run a little cold so i choose to carry a little bit of luxury. And it makes for a great bivy jacket in case of emergency.

    What a view!

    Denali Layering System

    Lightweight baselayer 1/4 zip

    100wt fleece (el cheapo expedition weight baselayer)

    Synthetic Puffy

    Rab Latok Shell

    Marmot Greenland

    Denali Layering System

    Welcome to comfort

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

    I bought this on impulse a week before my Rainier summit. Was necessary as my Rab Microlight isn't quite a sub-zero jacket.

    Turns out the weather was pretty spectacular and the Greenland might have been more than enough (roughly 20* low). But i was super warm when we stopped and really comfortable the entire way up. Rocked this jacket at the summit in warmer than expected weather and was comfortable with the jacket unzipped.

    Now the technicals:

    Zippers engage well,

    double zippers means you can zip up from bottom to access harness, or fly.

    Big pocket for nalgene is great for that summit rest stop.

    Baffles are massive and puffy keeps you super warm

    Hood is huge!

    cinches are great for keeping face warm

    Stuffs into its own cavernous pocket for a really nice camp pillow. Not too firm, not too soft and almost half the size of a queen!

    Wrist straps adjust to get the jacket sealed and wind resistant.

    Quality with minor exceptions

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

    This is a well made jacket. The pockets are generous and the cuffs are very adjustable.

    However, with any tension on the bottom elastic hem, the two-way zipper is nearly impossibly to bet started.

    I also found the down filled collar too loose to keep wind out of my neck. The hood can be tightened but tighten it enough to be snug around the cheeks and the eyes get covered.

    Because of the looseness of the collar and bottom hem, I would rate this jacket as only fairly warm.

    There is also a piece of Velcro that jabbed my neck. It seemed to have been mounted too high on the collar.

    Warm enough for Denali

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

    I'm a pretty big fan of this jacket. The warmth to weight ratio is great, and as long as you're not standing still for hours it's warm enough for some of the coldest places on earth - I wore it to the summit of Denali this summer (pictured). Fitting a full nalgene in the inside pocket was rather hard to accomplish with heavy gloves on but I have no complaints besides that.

    This jacket is larger than most jackets for a given size to allow for layering underneath. I was able to wear a base layer, fleece, and lightweight down jacket all underneath this jacket which really helps with layering in the mountains (6 feet tall, 155 lbs, size medium).

    Warm enough for Denali

    Nice and Warm

    Did not care for the orange tho

    Nice and Warm

    Excellent jacket

      I have used this jacket for two winters so far. It is very warm and I barely use it when it is above -20C. No doubt it is very delicate but it is down after all.

      Pros: fits perfect
      never cold with it
      excellent warmth/weight ratio

      Cons: hood design

      Used on Ama Dablam - November

        Very impressed with this jacket. Excellent warmth to weight ratio. I was concerned that the material might rip while climbing the grey tower at night but stood up to rock climbing very well. The internal packable pocket is very handy as well. Great hood as well.

        Used on Ama Dablam - November

        Super warm, but not durable

          Had this jacket for 3 weeks until a baffle ripped while putting it on before going out in a storm.

          The jacket is incredible warm, easily good down to sub zero temperatures. Very loft, like being in a cloud. Great cut, long and covers your ass. Hood is HUGE and can impede your peripheral vision if cinched up.

          I have last year's model, and truthfully, the zippers are whack. Marmot kindly installed a zipper stiffener and it works beautifully.
          Cuffs are great, pockets are damn brilliant (really, props to the designer). I imagine this is a perfect static activity jacket in cold climates.

          As a belay jacket, it is very packable however it is very delicate. As a casual jacket, it is absurdly warm yet not waterproof. Perfect for SUPER cold and dry environments.

          It will be warmer than a MHW Sub Zero SL, TNF Nuptse, Patagonia Fitz Roy and other jackets in the similar price range. (Check out the Mammut Ambler Hoody)


          - SUPER warm, really. This thing is a furnace.
          - Very lofty and packable.
          - Hood goes over most helmets
          - Great pockets


          - Very delicate material. Don't get near sharp objects or fire with this thing.

          Toasty warmth!

            I have this jacket and love it! I use it as a belay jacket or when just hanging around camp while winter skiing in the backcountry of Colorado. I can wear a t shirt underneath in windy near zero degree conditions and still be warm.
            My only complaint is that occasionally the down pokes thru.

            everything i needed

              i bought this jacket for high alpine climbing and mountaineering, its super warm. i have only had it at around ten below but was still ready to go. its all fluff and little fabric so every ounce is to serve your warmth. if you want to a jacket for climbing NEVER skip on the hood. fits easily over any helmet and makes on the difference in warmth when its dark or the wind is whippin at the back of your neck. this is perfect for long winter belays when you have to just stop and sit on your but for an hour or more. i have also slept in this jacket in emergency bivy and was still warm in my cave. the angle wing technology means that you wont suck a bunch of cold air in everytime you take in slack. i love this jacket and its priced to sell

              Greenland vs MH Nilas?

              The Greenland. It's awesome and a better price than the Nilas. THe hundred dollar difference is mostly Mountain Hardwear name. I don't think the slight difference in fill will matter. Once you reach 800 fill, things are pretty solid.

              Plus while the wristbands on the Nilas might be a snug fit, great for under a glove but donning/doffing becomes a hassle.

              Would this fit well under the Marmot Spire...

              Would this fit well under the Marmot Spire Jacket?


              This jacket is better off being an outer layer rather than layered on top of. It is on the bulky side and will restrict movement of the arms and torso. You could always size up on the Marmot Spire or any other shell but no guarantees on a comfortable wear. I would look at another option if you are looking for a down jacket to be paired with an outer shell.

              Is the zipper 2-way ?

              Is the zipper 2-way ?

              Hello I'm planning to buy the Marmot...

              Hello I'm planning to buy the Marmot Greenland Baffled Down Jacket but I'm still hesitating regarding the size.

              I'm 5'9" (175cm) and weight 160 lbs (73 kg).

              The Mountain Hardwear Sub Zero SL Hooded Down size M fits me perfectly.

              Should I go with M or S ?

              Thank you for your help


              I would definitely go with the size medium Greenland Down Jacket. For this type of jacket, you want to have the ability to pull it on over everything, and accommodate all your layers! My down jacket (Sub Zero SL hooded down) fits a little large with no layers underneath, but I'm really glad I have the extra room when it comes time to stop, and pull it on over everything.






              What is the weight/amount of the 800 fill...

              What is the weight/amount of the 800 fill in this jacket? Thanks!

              just wondering over in time as u keep...

              just wondering over in time as u keep wearing this product will the filing ever start comming out of the coat like most down coatsand does the shell tear easy over time??

              Hello! I'm almost sold on this - the only...

              Hello! I'm almost sold on this - the only thing that I'm worried about is the down in the arms- my arms always get cold in jackets that have less down there, and then I get cold all over. Can anyone with this jacket tell me if there really is a lot less down in the arms?


              Pretty consistent down pack throughout... The baffles are pretty thick. The underarm baffles are thinner (the peak blue part on the new color line). I just checked my jacket and from the pit to the wrist, the the baffles have less fill. So you could get cold if you're prone or if you're waving your arms about a lot.

              I am a slightly small guy - 5'8, 150,...

              I am a slightly small guy - 5'8, 150, medium to slight build and am not sure whether a small or medium would be more appropriate. A big concern for me is how the neck will fit - I am at the 14 1/2 inch range putting me at the cusp of small and medium and I know virtually no shirt or jacket I buy fits my neck, ever. If I'm thinking of spending over $300 I'd rather not need a scarf to prevent draft. any hints on the fit?

              Cad3040163.. yes good news I am 5'8 155 also with a 14 & 1/2 inch neck. Medium is your best bet. I own a medium in most of my winter jackets and my TNF down jacket is a medium and the neck is great. My buddy has a Marmot down jacket and I tried it on they fit very similar, but Marmot is nicer in my opinion. Go medium and enjoy, sick jacket!

              I'm a 5' 5" woman and I usually wear W's...

              I'm a 5' 5" woman and I usually wear W's medium for jackets. Would the small fit for me? Unfortunatly there seems to be no 800+ down jacket for women that are designed to wear above the hardshell. Thanks!

              How exactly do you stuff the coat into the...

              How exactly do you stuff the coat into the zippered pocket? (I'm assuming we're talking about the pocket on the right, as you wear it.)

              Yup that's the pocket.. you actually do it kind of inside out.

              open the zipper, put a hand inside all the way to the bottom of the pocket. Grab hold of some jacket and pull that out of the open zipper. Then start to tuck everything into the inside out pocket you just created. Everything will fit and eventually you can zip it closed. The Marmot Logo that appears next to the zipper will not be visible.

              hello have a question about your return...

              hello have a question about your return policy. interested in purchasing this jacket but don't want to get stuck with it if it's not refundable since it's $350. Thank you.

              Totally refundable-!PAGETYPE?VisitorProfile=BCS&sf=101133&documentid=239621&action=view&MESSAGEVAR!home=no&MESSAGEVAR!cookie=no

              I'm 6'5'' with long arms and want to know...

              I'm 6'5'' with long arms and want to know if any down jacket would fit better than another for length. Seems like XL is good in the body but short on the arms, and XXL is good on arm length and too big in the body.

              Best Answer

              I have long arms and find North Face are generally generous with arm length. I am unfamiliar with Marmot's sizing though, so I can't really draw a direct comparison for you. I know Marmot are good stuff but if you specifically need long arms and Marmot don't suit in that regard, I definitely recommend you consider the TNF offerings. I do appreciate, however, that TNF's equivalent to the Greenland is the Himalayan, which is more expensive.

              Im 6' 2" 155 pounds. i bought the XL and...

              Im 6' 2" 155 pounds. i bought the XL and its really roomy in my waist area. should i go with the large or do you think it will be too short for my arms? is it being too roomy bad?

              You will lose about an inch in the arms sizing down to a large so if you have that much length to work with then I would go with the large. The roomy could come in handy if you need to layer up for those really cold days or for wearing it after Thanksgiving dinner.

              Hi i was wondering how fare this jacket...

              Hi i was wondering how fare this jacket went down. Like does the jacket go down to your butt or does it stop at the waist line?

              Hi i was wondering how fare this jacket...

              Hi i was wondering how fare this jacket went down. Like does the jacket go down to your butt or does it stop at the waist line?

              Hi. I am not sure if i should buy the L-...

              Hi. I am not sure if i should buy the L- ore the XL size. Can somebody tell me how long the back is on these sizes? I am about 185 cm tall and 72 kg, wich size should i have?