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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.

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Simply the BEST

  • Gender:Male
  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size
  • Height: 5'10"
    Weight: 190 lbs
    Size Purchased: 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 great photo! You really convey the performance and protection this jacket offers.

Thanks, Lisa - took this selfie while hanging from a bolted anchor in the Catskills this past season on a particularly burly day.

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.

Best Answer

Courtney: the differences are more than name:

QShield treated down vs. untreated

Airshield 2L laminate face fabric vs. DWR treated nylon


since price matches, look around! You might find the Nilas $100 cheaper than the Marmot.

What a view!

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.

Denali Layering System

Denali Layering System

Lightweight baselayer 1/4 zip

100wt fleece (el cheapo expedition weight baselayer)

Synthetic Puffy

Rab Latok Shell

Marmot Greenland

seriously layered up!!

Thanks for sharing Rabbit, this is cool!

Cant get enough layers at altitude!

Glad you like it.

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.


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.

Probably overkill for Rainier in summer. More like a Denali jacket. I use mine in Jackson Hole in winter where it gets down to -40° F.


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.

Is the hood insulated?

Is the hood insulated?

Is the zipper 2-way ?

Is the zipper 2-way ?

Yes, the Greenland Baffled Down does come with a 2 way zip and a jacket I highly recommend. Greatest of all is the warmth, fit, and of course Marmot lifetime guarantee.


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

Nice and Warm

Did not care for the orange tho

Those colors, my friend, are Denver Broncos colors. They should charge extra for those. Or put an "18" on the back ;-)

After that last Super Bowl, I bet an "18" would make for a hard sell.

Summit Spantik 7,027 m

Summit Spantik 7,027 m

Such a great jacket. Light, very warm and extremely packable. Very impressed.


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

    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.



    I TRIED TO WASH A DOWN JACKET ONCE AND THE JACKET WAS NEVER THE SAME. THE DOWN NEVER FLUFFED UP AGAIN, CAUSING COLD SPOTS - AND follow the tag on the specific garment for instructions on how the manufacturer recommends it be laundered. Lay flat to dry - don't wring it or place in dryer, or hang.

    All down jackets and sleeping bags should be dried on low heat setting in a drier. Otherwise the down clumps will never break up and they will lose lots of loft. Look at the manufacturer's tag.



    Best Answer

    Not in a traditional pocket - but it does stay pretty much stay out of the way when flipped back. Its a full hooded jacket - so the hood is not really meant to stow too far away - if your doing something active with it VS using as a belay jacket, it may be annoying to you at times.

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

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

    Best Answer

    The Greenland Baffled Down Jacket has 300 grams of 800 fill goose down.


    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