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Versatility in waterproof form.

The Marmot Women’s Palisades Jacket comes with a removable hood and removable powder skirt to let you tailor it to your needs whether you’re skiing or mountaineering. Internal mesh panels add wicking performance to the fully seam-taped Gore-Tex Performance shell, so you stay dry and comfortable when you’re getting after it. Marmot made the hood helmet compatible, so you can stay dry without sacrificing your brain bucket.

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Does this jacket have a two-way zipper to...

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Does this jacket have a two-way zipper to allow you to zip it open from the bottom up as well as from the top down?

I have a marmot venus jacket, what size...

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I have a marmot venus jacket, what size would i have to get in order to fit both in

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This is a tough question to answer. It mostly depends on the current fit of your Venus jacket, for example, if you wear a Medium and it is a snug fit you will probably have to size up one. If it fits fairly loose you would order the same size.


Marmot sizing is usually consistent between products.

Are you sure the sizes you have listed are...

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Are you sure the sizes you have listed are correct? The sizes on the Marmot website seem much larger in contrast to the ones you have listed for this jacket. For example they have the x-small as 33-35 inches in the chest and yours is 32-34. I know that's not that much of a difference but when I need a layer underneath it impacts what size I can get.

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Dan, BC is pretty good with their specs but if in doubt I go by the manufactures website or search and compare.

5 5

Love it - everything I hoped for

The stye and fit of this jacket is perfect for me. I am on 5'3'' and weight about 60kgs. The cut is quite flattering but still plenty of room for layering underneath. All the detail is great, adjustable hood, zip in compatibility. Great. Soft warm lining to pockets and around collar. The polyester lining makes it extra comfortable - I do hope that doesn't lessen the breathability of it though. Will update this review when I've been out in the weather in it. ps great service from backcountry.com can't fault it.

Your decsription sais "Zip-in Compatibility:...

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Your decsription sais "Zip-in Compatibility: Yes"
and in answers: "This jacket does not have an interior zipper to attach a liner, if that's what you're wondering. So then, any fleece would work, as long as you allow room for layering.
By: Laura Avdey"
So what's right? If your description is incorrect, change it. Or your guru was wrong and you need to correct his answer....

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This Jacket is zip in compatible.

How long is this? The problem I have with...

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How long is this? The problem I have with Arcteryx is that it never covers more than the waistband of my pants, I need something for biking.

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Center back length is 28.5 inches.

would this jacket actually keep you warm...

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would this jacket actually keep you warm in the winter

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If you're talking about wintering in San Diego, then yes. If you live in a real state (that actually gets cold) then no. It has virtually no insulation.

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If you're wearing it for resort skiing, plan on layering a good fleece and a polypro underneath for warm-ish days, and another layer or two if it's colder. This is just a shell (and a great one at that!!), so all of your warmth will come from your layers and activity level.

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I live in Minnesota and commute by bike through the winter. On its own it won't keep you warm. I layer it with a windstopper fleece and feel cool but don't overheat. I also bought a Marmot Furnace jacket, which zips into the Palisades. That will keep you plenty warm (too warm for biking, in fact). It's a great shell, you just need to find the layer that works for you.

what fleece is supposed to go with this...

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what fleece is supposed to go with this jacket? do you have it in stock?

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This jacket does not have an interior zipper to attach a liner, if that's what you're wondering. So then, any fleece would work, as long as you allow room for layering.

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The Woman's Palisades is a zip compatible jacket and the Marmot Brilliant Jacket is designed to zip into it.

4 5

not bad at all

the jacket is nice. soft, comfortable, and the red is very nice. two negatives; the sleeves are a tad short and the snow skirt sucks unless you are too fat to wear the jacket in the first place.

update - sleeves were too short. GF wore it for a season then backcountry let us return it. BACKCOUNTRY ROCKS.

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Good to know re: powder skirt. That is a component I am interested in. Is this powder skirt "issue" true to all Marmot jackets?