Her defense against moderate exposure to rain or snow is the Marmot PreCip jacket.
- Marmot�s PreCip Dry Touch technology is the waterproof, breathable barrier against moisture
- New full visibility roll-up hood won�t obstruct her visibility and can be secured when not in use
- New DriClime-lined chin guard is a soft layer that eliminates zipper-rub and pulls moisture away from her face as she breathes
- Pack pockets are easily accessible even when she wears a backpack
- Angel-wing movement design provides unrestricted mobility and prevents the jacket from riding up
- Jacket stuffs into left pocket for easy storage in a pack until needed
Share your thoughts
Nice option when it turns windy and wet.
Love everything about the jacket design, pockets, pocket placement, hood and velcro cuff. I do not think the material is as nice as the stuff they use on the adult jackets. Not my daughters first choice when we head out because of the crinkle factor. (her words) Effective and stylish.
love this jacket!
Bought this jacket in purple for my 4 year old. She looks adorable in it. It has been perfect for our rainy spring. I love the elastic on the inside of the hood it keeps her hood in place, and not falling down over her face. Great jacket for a great price!
Just ok for drizzle only and not rain showers
I used this jacket during my trip to the Amazon rainforest. I wasn't very impressed. The water seemed to seep in through the jacket and it felt very moist within an hour or less.
Marmot PreCip Jacket - Girls'
Extremely happy with this waterproof jacket. Gorgeous color (red..highly visible..), great fit, and waterproof, not just a wind jacket. Seam sealed, collar has plush material so feels soft on neck when zipped up, great size hood (which folds into collar).
I have a growing daughter 12 yr old about...
I have a growing daughter 12 yr old about 5' 2" - she's slim
question is sizing girls large or xl or perhaps xs or s womens?
To really get a handle on it you need some data and luck. We track our girls growth rate by quarter over the last two years to get a predictor on how quickly they will grow into or out of clothing. We always aim a little high but no higher than the average for two quarters. That way we get a solid year, sometimes 6 quarters before we are replacing. Hope that helps!