Lofty warmth to keep you comfortable at the campsite.
The sun sets over Glacier National Park before dinner starts, and the temperatures plunge. Slide on the Marmot Men's Guides Down Sweater and enjoy its lofty warmth as you enjoy your meal. Marmot treated this jacket's 700-fill down insulation with Down Defender to resist water in case a light drizzle or snowshower hits your site. And the durable polyester shell and lining have a water-resistant coating so you're doubly protected against wet weather. Meanwhile, Driclime lines the collar and chin guard to wick any moisture away from your neck and chin so you stay comfortable.
Angel-Wing Movement gives the Guides Down Sweater unrestricted movement that won't ride up your waist. Hook-and-loop cuffs keep warmth in, and an elastic drawcord at the hem makes sure cold doesn't creep in. The handwarmers have soft fabric to keep your hands toasty and cozy while you gaze into the fire until it dies.
- Polyester ripstop shell with DWR coating
- Embossed polyester lining with WR coating
- 700-fill down insulation with Down Defender
- Regular fit, Angel-Wing Movement
- DriClime lined collar and chin guard
- Hook-and-loop cuffs
- Elastic drawcord at hem
- One internal and two handwarmer zipped pockets
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- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
This is an excellent jacket for when you're biggest priority is staying warm. I bought this jacket because it had the water resistant treated down and I'm glad I did so. I do however have an issue with the durability of the material. First time I took this jacket up into the mountains and brushed against a rock I put a whole in the jacket. Luckily Marmot has a great repair service but it definitely wasn't free to get the panel replaced. Fit is true to other Marmot products. My small hang up wasn't enough to deter from my loyalty to Marmot. I still stand by them 100%.
marmot change goose down to duck down this...
marmot change goose down to duck down this year,does the duck down in it have odor?
I have a feeling that a lot of ducks out there are going to be offended by your question. They have played second fiddle to their geese friends long enough, but now they are being accused of a fowl smell.
Seriously though, I have worn older Marmot down jacket that have goose down as well as the newer models with duck down and I have not noticed any odor from either jacket, nor have I noticed a difference in warmth.
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs small
This down jacket is perfect for my leisurely morning walk with two dogs on a 30 degree day. I tend to be cold-natured, so I often wear it over a fleece jacket. I'm 5'7", about 155 lbs - thought a medium would be right, but exchanged it for a large. I like the looser fit, especially over a sweater or fleece. Collar and pockets are lined with an ultra-soft, warm material.