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Four-season protection from the elements.

Whether you're hiking, skiing, climbing, or just chillin', the Marmot DriClime Windshirt is ready to insulate your torso, provide excellent breathabliity during aerobic activities, and wick sweat away from your body for greater comfort. The outer fabric also features a water-resistant coating to help keep you dry during episodes of light rain and snow.

  • Wind-resistant, water-resistant, and highly breathable DriClime fabric keeps you comfortable during all four seasons
  • Mesh pit vents provide help circulate air so things don't get too funky
  • Zippered chest pocket secures keys or energy gels
  • Angel-Wing Movement allows full range of arm motion without causing the jacket to ride up

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5 5

Best layering piece, period

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

Everybody should have a marmot driclime windshirt. This is absolutely far and away one of the best things that backcountry sells. I wear this all the time as a layer. It's really lightweight, breathable, wicks moisture away. Also great on spring fall days as your outer layer (for golf, hiking, ski touring, skate skiing etc). Packs up really small in a backpack.

Unanswered Question

Is the Mens Marmot Driclime Windshirt able to zip into the Tamarack jacket? Or are there any other options besides the Warmlight Fleece that they recommend?

5 5

Marmot Driclime

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 3"
    Weight: 209 lbs
    Size Purchased: XL

As a telemark skier I am constantly removing and adding layers and this is one piece of equipment that I will never leave home without. Can be used as a top layer in warmer weather, a wind breaker when the hawk howls, an extra layer in those cold (I did say cold Vt mornings) and a light protection from rain, and mist. Easy on and off, light, fits in a pack no sweat and looks good too. A must have tool in your box.

5 5

Marmot Driclime

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 3"
    Weight: 210 lbs
    Size Purchased: XL

As a telemark skier I am constantly removing and adding layers and this is one piece of equipment that I will never leave home without. Can be used as a top layer in warmer weather, a wind breaker when the hawk howls, an extra layer in those cold (I did say cold Vt mornings) and a light protection from rain, and mist. Easy on and off, light, fits in a pack no sweat and looks good too. A must have tool in your box.

5 5

Marmot Driclime

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 3"
    Weight: 210 lbs
    Size Purchased: XL

As a telemark skier I am constantly removing and adding layers and this is one piece of equipment that I will never leave home without. Can be used as a top layer in warmer weather, a wind breaker when the hawk howls, an extra layer in those cold (I did say cold Vt mornings) and a light protection from rain, and mist. Easy on and off, light, fits in a pack no sweat and looks good too. A must have tool in your box.

5 5

Fantastic but wish it had pockets

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 11"
    Weight: 270 lbs
    Size Purchased: 2XL

I have worn this jacket for over a year and it's fantastic for dry or slightly damp weather in the 40's on up. It will wet through in heavy rain, snow or have a hardshell ready. This is my #1 go to jacket for being comfortable on a chilly morning, it's so soft and light that it's easy to tuck away in a pack or even just under your belt when it gets too warm. Only complaint is that I wish it had even the most basic hand pockets.

Keeps the chill off

Keeps the chill off

Excellent wind protection and breathability while working hard on the Manitou incline in Colorado Springs.

5 5

Versatile!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Carried it on a thru-hike of the PCT. It was the perfect accompaniment to a merino shirt, or a down vest. It was very easy to hike in on colder days and didn't get drenched in sweat. I could wear light layers underneath and hike really hard on windy cold days and stay a respectable temperature. I always had it on the outside of my backpack to just thrown on whenever.

Was never too hot or humid in it in a situation where it was too cold to just wear a hiking shirt, even when exerting myself for hours.

It compliments other layers well when you stop exerting yourself and your body temp drops. It stands up to wear, with only a few small spots of wear in the back where my backpack would rub, but this is after 5 months as part of a clothing system.

The weight is nice and light, even more justification to carry it on a backpack trip.

Overall, a fantastic, versatile, lightweight wind-layer that you can perspire in and beat the crap out of.

(Picture is on Mt Whitney) It was below freezing with gnarly windchill. (Layers underneath obviously)

Versatile!
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Awesome picture Kyle!!!

I selected this image to feature on the Community Hub at the bottom of the Backcountry.com homepage! Congrats on being utterly GOATWORTHY !!

I am 6'5" and about 275lbs. Often, I have...

I am 6'5" and about 275lbs. Often, I have to wear a Tall in men's clothing. Do you believe that an XXL is fairly long compared to most higher quality men's jackets? (I'm looking at North Face, Mountain Hardware, and now, Marmot). Trying to find the right fit. Thank You.

Responded on

Michael,

Love Marmot products and the generous fit. I feel you'll be ok with the XXL in length. I'm 6' 180 lbs and wear a medium. A great idea is to grab a Marmot and possibly one of the other choices and return the one that doesn't meet your sizing requirements. The awesome Backcountry return policy and knowledgeable Gearheads are able to set this up for you and you can't beat it. Just give them a call at 1-800-409-4502 or hookup with them on the live chat.

Enjoy!!

Scooter

5 5

everyone should have one...

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I finally wore out my first Driclime from 10+ years ago. Although I miss the interior chest and side hand pockets I can understand and appreciate the changes. The new driclime is so much lighter and just as warm if not warmer than the original. I realize if I really want side pockets I could get the Marmot Stride Jacket however they don't have an all black version. The Medium size fits great except it seems a little shorter than I'd like so many of my t-shirts will hang lower than the jacket. I ordered a Large as well which addresses the length issue but it does seem a little large. It's meant to be more of a "shirt" which might be why they kept the length on the short side.

4 5

quality and lightweight

This windbreaker is perfect for a sunny day when you know it isn't going to rain but maybe it's a little chilly from the wind or you wanna keep the sun from burning your back. The lining on the inside is also really soft and comfortable. My only thing is, and I know it's just a windbreaker (why I don't downgrade on the stars) but why not just wear a rain jacket and a light long-sleeve or sweater. This conditions for having to use this in Texas are very slim, But I know it's just a windbreaker.
It doesn't have normal pockets but it does have frocket. This is probably a contributing factor to why it is so light, but also a contributing factor as why I gave it 4 stars.
Style and looks, It's a very good looking jacket as you can see that comfortable and moderately warm. Overall I would recommend it to someone.

5 5

great stuff.

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

I love all the driclime products I've tried. This is a little bit no frills, so if you want more pockets and a hood, check out the Ether Jacket. But for the money this is a great product. Super breathable and light. It's pretty light, wind and water proof so you can certainly wear it as an outer piece (like running on really crappy days) but I've gotten the most mileage out of this thing as a layer under a shell or down. Dollar for dollar it's about as useful a piece of clothing as you can get.

5 5

Marmot Makes Amazing Gear

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

The Marmot DriClime windshirt is an amazing little shirt. Yup. It's a shirt. A shirt that will keep you warm if you're moving, regardless of the temperature. This thing kept me nice and toasty last year in 0 degree+ weather. You can wear it by itself if it's above 20 but you should layer something over it if below 20 degrees. When the going gets tough, the tough wear Marmot while hauling as$. Also, before I forget, it seems ridiculously light, too light, when you first open its packaging but... it is truly amazing gear.

5 5

It's a must have

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large

I love love this thing. I have had it a year and I have used it biking hiking rock and ice climbing skiing and around town. It sheds wind really well and gives you just a bit of insulation. Perfect for when you are doing something active but there is a chilly wind. It fits in a small compression sack nicely so you can clip it to the back of your harness and use it at windy belays. My only complaint is that it has kind of a "boxy" fit in the body. I have a large and the torso and sleeve lengths are fine, I just feel like I have a box around my torso. I'm 6'6" and 170 pounds

5 5

Killer no Filler here

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

What else can I say. I have owned this jacket for 6 years and absolutely love it. I tend to sweat in the pits and love the venting this offers under the arms. This jacket is very warm for as thin as it is and the shell material holds up really well. I have even snagged this in an atc while catching a falling friend, still no tears. This layer goes with me everywhere and is my go to when backpacking for a light layer that will add needed warmth and protection from the wind. The only thing I wish this jacket had was hand pockets but really it is not a jacket and more of a layer to be worn under a shell. I have a large in this and it fits well, I am 5'10" and 165 lbs.

5 5

New favorite sailing jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I've had this jacket on the bow for the last few weeks and it's perfect. It's light enough to wear on the cool weather legs without being to hot going back downwind. It's also perfect to keep the cold great lakes water off. Finally great range of movement which is a must.

4 5

Great but...

Nice jacket and love the concept. Just haven't been able to find a condition to wear it. If its warm I'm in fleece or just polypro. If its wet I'm in a shell. If its dry and cold soft shell. Not getting rid of it but right now its just a jacket I grab when running to the store.