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Marmot PreCip Jacket - Men's

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    Packable, waterproof, and fully featured.

    Pack the Marmot Men's PreCip Jacket as your main shell during backpacking missions, or stash this highly packable (it stows into its own pockets) waterproof jacket in your bag as an emergency layer in case your heavyweight hard shell develops a leak. Minimalist without leaving out any vital fit or finish detail—most importantly, it has a NanoPro waterproof and super-breathable membrane—the PreCip has a versatile array of features from underarm venting to full seam taping, and a carefully cut Angel-Wing design that provides full range of upper body motion.

    • NanoPro 10K waterproof/17K breathable membrane
    • Nylon ripstop shell
    • Fully taped seams
    • Underarm zips
    • Angel-Wing movement
    • Adjustable, stow-away hood
    • DriClime-lined chin guard
    • Item #MAR004I

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [membrane/laminate] NanoPro, [shell] nylon ripstop, [chin guard] DriClime
    Fabric Waterproof Rating
    10,000 mm
    Fabric Breathability Rating
    17,000 g/m²
    Fit
    regular, Angel-Wing Movement
    Center Back Length
    29 in
    Hood
    yes, stows in collar
    Pockets
    2 zippered hand
    Venting
    underarm zip vents
    Seams
    fully taped
    Claimed Weight
    11 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking, backpacking, rainy days
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    Exactly what I was expecting

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: L

    Bought this jacket last week. Tried it on, not used on a hike yet.

    This is exactly what I was expecting. I wanted a light weight hiking jacket that I can take on a mountain when I start the day in 80 degree sun but find a storm at the summit. Light weight for hiking. The fabric is as expected to be light and waterproof, a little friction noise but it probably less than you'll find from similar competitors. The fabric is not as durable as say my ski jacket, but that was again expected.

    I am 31 yo, 5'-10" 155 lbs fit. I am usually between a M/L in any clothing. Looking at the reviewers at my size it looks like people are buying both. I went with a L because generally I like hoodies and jackets to fit looser than my M shirts. L was perfect for me, I probably would have returned a M for a L had I started there. It fit true to size, I don't think the L is baggy at all (I tried it on over fleece). If you are buying for day hiking, I would probably go with a L considering if you want to put it on, you'll want the coverage. If you are looking at week long back-country in hot weather and just need to stay dry, then M might be easier to pack.

    I have spent $1,500 over many years on this site and have yet to be disappointed in gear. Most my gear is used in CO mountains or Moab trips.

    Stay dry my friends.

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size

    Very light weight rain jacket. The zip down arm pits for venting are great. Works good for backpacking and day hiking. The stow away hood is pretty cool. Basically, is perfect for anything you do on those rainy days. It can keep you dry it a down pour for a few hours!!!

    Marmot PreCip Jacket - Men's

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I bought this rain slicker for my main man. I got him the size Large in Greenland. The fit and color is as expected. It has not been tested in the rain, but looking forward to seeing how it holds up.

    Functional jacket but too short

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

    I've used this jacket on short trips or in conditions where a heavier trekking jacket or ski jacket are unwarranted. My biggest complaint is that the torso is too short. I wear wool button down shirts, and the shirts are longer than the jacket. Wind will blow rain up underneath the bottom of the jacket. For me, the jacket ends just below belt-line. A longer model that covered down to upper thigh would be much preferable to me. Otherwise, it is a decent, basic, lightweight semi-waterproof layer. Even if it were longer, the price seems too high for this design and material.

    LOVE IT!

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I had this jacket in a heavy rain storm and it kept me dry, I love that it is only the membrane and I can wear whatever I want underneath according to the temperature. I loved it so much I bought one for my brother for his birthday.

    Excellent Jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XL

    I love this jacket, it is super light and fulfills all its promises , I use it as a third layer for low mountains .

    It has great resistance to rain and also is a great windbreak.

    The angel wing movements sistem is perfect.

    The sizes are correct.

    I would recommend it to anyone who will not make high mountain, can be used for large outputs as well as for a simple walk around the city.



    Excellent jacket.

    Excellent Jacket

    Does exactly what it should do

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Extra Large

    I got this in preparation for a backpacking trip through Europe where I knew it would rain a lot. It has kept me dry and warm. I do notice myself sweating when it's raining but still warm out, so despite the armpit zippers that open the jacket all the way to your body, no mesh, I still got a little warm. I got an extra large for my wider shoulders and muscular/fatty build. The sleeves are too long for me and the body is too large, but the shoulders are perfect. Great jacket. Look online for the same jacket. Maybe you will find it cheaper and backcountry will price match.

    Great for Lightweight Travel

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I really enjoy this jacket. It fits well, moves with my body and above all- keeps me dry. The adjustable hood with a modifiable brim goes right were I want it. I cinch down the elastic to chance the size an fit of the hood to fit my head and go to where I'm looking.



    The only thing I wish there was more of was a chest pocket. I am personally a fan of easily accessible pockets, and would like one there, even though its not necessary.



    Overall it is lightweight and water proof and a wonderful rain jacket and a lot easier on the wallet.

    Great for Lightweight Travel

    Good Jacket, Great Price

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: XL

    I normally wear a Large, but opted for the XL dark crimson since it was on sale. I'm overall pleased with the performance of the jacket. Extremely lightweight, packable and reliable. I have noticed considerable rain damage and humidity markings - not sure where these emanated from but they are distinct. Other than those piecemeal nicks from routine wear, I have found that it has been ushered into my cycle of jackets. In sum, I'd highly recommend this jacket but be sure to choose the correct size.

    Good upgrade

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I replaced my 10 year old PreCip with this new one and I am pleased that I did. While it is not ultralight at 11 oz., it fit my need for something I could use both backpacking and traveling. What has changed:
    1) The fabric, while still crinkly, is not as noisy as before
    2) The hood stands out in front better and how far it stands out is more easily controlled by the velcro tab on back
    3) The hood stays folded away when you don't need it... the old one didn't even though it was supposed to. Nice when you are using it for traveling.

    Other than that, it still functions very well. Good pit zips, convenient pockets, breathes well, decent coverage.

    Good jacket for price

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: XL

    This jacket is a great one for the price. I have used Patagonia Torrentshell ($129) in the past but wanted to switch it up. Ill compare the two jackets as I know them. The marmot feels lighter but there are relatively the same weight. The marmot has meshed pockets and an inside pocket where the torrentshell has no inside pocket but its sealed inside with the vortex matieral.
    Both Jackets have the zip covers, the outside pockets, the hood, (marmot has a feature where you can roll the hood back making it look like a windbreaker and patagonia does not.
    But the patagonia has a back of the head "bungee" that allows you to have more tightness for those big rain storms. This also comes in handy for carry because you roll the patagonia jacket up and then cinch it down tight--cant do it with the marmot. On the torentshell you can also fold the jacket in the pocket.
    Patagonia also comes with an extra neck pad that prevents the peeling of the jacket from the inside. No other company (north face, marmot,) do this.
    Again, good jacket for price, but I would pay the $30 extra bucks for the Patagonia.
    Both are good jackets and will do you well. Both fit well too

    Way Cool...No, Really!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I work overseas in a climate that gets considerable rainfall in the Spring and early Summer. I had a 20+ year old packable raincoat from Cabela's that served me well and is still in great shape. My only complaint with it is that many days I'm more drenched inside than outside because it just doesn't breathe.

    This Marmot Jacket is a true work of new technology. It breathes well and doesn't feel like a raincoat. Some days I wear it as I would a regular jacket. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for quality, style and effective protection from the rain without the discomfort of sweating inside it.

    Lovely Rain Jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    Very light, breathable, great range of motion. Cuts wind nicely. Big enough to cover me without being baggy. Haven't yet subjected it to a deluge but has held up nicely in steady rain. Also like how hood stows away.

    Marmot Marmot PreCip Jacket

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium

    I haven't been in heavy rain while wearing this jacket, so all I can say is, "so good, so far." I like how the hood rolls up into the collar and stays there when not needed. The mesh pockets are "okay," although I wish they were solid material. So far, no problems with keys snagging, but I can see the possibility of it happening. (Although it appears that the images have changed since I purchased this, what I thought were pockets on the inside were actually the regular side pockets. I was disappointed with that.) The "fabric" is extremely lightweight and makes a noticeable noise when moving. Also, there's not much room underneath for another layer -- a T-shirt and my regular shirt is about all there is room for. (I have a 34" waist and purchased a medium jacket.) Even on sale, I think the price is too steep.

    Great Piece of Gear

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs large
    • Size Bought: Large

    I keep this with me at all times, regardless if I'm on the trail or not, it hangs in my car just in case of rain. It's been great in light rain scenarios, I haven't had the chance to test it in a heavy rain. Folds up nice into it's own pocket, don't store it there though! And the hood is incredibly adjustable and overall I've found it pretty breathable!

    "Waterproof"??? Not for me.

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size

    I've had this shell for about six weeks now. I've mostly packed it around in my small pack as a lightweight emergency shell... though I have worn in in a few light rain storms to test waterproofness. Seemed to do OK for the short, light rains that it was exposed to. The inside seemed to build-up moisture though, so breathability was in question. Last night I took it (and the matching Precip pants) out for a 1-mile dog walk in a heavy, steady rain. The jacket was totally wetted-out by the time I returned home. I was quite disappointed. I wouldn't expect it to be as water-proof as a full-on rain slicker or similar "tarp". But didn't expect it to be wetted-out that badly. I could feel it wetting-out halfway through the walk. At any rate, I'll still pack it around on mountain bike rides and short hikes for a lightweight "emergency" shell that I don't have to worry-out losing or tearing. But on trips farther-out in the backcountry or up in the mountains, where staying dry can be life or death... I pack my Arc'Teryx Alpha FL. You do get what you pay for.

    Durable. Has lasted many years for me.

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

    I've worn this jacket so many times that I am surprised it still looks new. It is not a very lightweight jacket which is perfect if you wear it as a shell over a down jacket to keep you extra warm in winter. If you wear it during warmer weather rain like the Arizona monsoon season you will get really really hot and even condensation will build up inside! It does have zippers under the armpits for extra venting which is a nice touch. I love how it stows in its own pocket. Its not as compact. I've used it as a pillow on numerous occasions. Its durable and will last you many years like mine has. As far as sizing, it does run a little large. Perfect for wearing layers underneath but baggy if you're just wearing a t-shirt underneath. The hood is also removable.

    Good entry level all around jacket

      Very light. Waterproof. Breathes well. I like the collar being separate from the hood piece. Packs great and is durable for most average uses. The inside is not as tacky/sticky/clammy as some others I have worn though I personally do not like wearing it against my bare skin. True to size. For the price, a great all around jacket!

      I ordered a (Medium) Alpinist Tech Fleece to go under this. Will a medium size Precip Jacket go over my fleece or should I go a size larger?

      I am looking to pick this jacket up but and stuck on whether to get a Large or an XLarge. I am 6'5" and about 210 lbs. I recently picked up an Eddie Bauer Travex jacket and it fits perfectly as a size Large. Any advice would be appreciated.

      Thanks

      Id go with the XL. I'm 5'7, 160 and wanted a shell to go over all my winter layers, puffy, etc. I'd had a few experiences buying mediums (other brands) and having them fit but not with a lot of extra room. I was going for super roomy. So I bought a Large. I definitely got roomy, but it's not ridiculous. I do not look like I'm swimming in it or anything, and you're a lot bigger than me, so yeah, XL.

      Hello, I'm 170 cm tall, which should be 5'7'', and weigh about 67 kg or 150lbs, would medium be the right size for me? Thanks

      Looking for a super lightweight rain jacket i can wear in the summers in the south. Is this a good option as I have many other jackets for colder days.

      My son is going to college in Pittsburgh. We just bought the Patagonia Down Sweater jacket for the winter, but was curios about a good rain jacket for layering? We are from Fl and barely own a coat! I would sincerely appreciate any help you could lend as the climate and weather is going to be a big adjustment!

      The Precip is a fantastic option for an affordable and durable jacket for wet weather. This would also fit over the down sweater great on wet days (which there are plenty in Pitt). A nice fleece under the Precip would be good in the spring/fall as well. If you are interested in a Gore option, the Minimalist is a great option as well. Good luck!

      I am 6', 220, 42 waist. Normally, I'd order this in an XL but, since I might be wearing a vest or a light down jacket (Patagonia Nanopuff) underneath in cold weather, I'm thinking that an XXL might be better.

      Thoughts?

      I'd just go with XL. I'm 6'4", 220#, 36" waist, and often wear my XL with a fleece or NanoPuff underneath. That 42"waist might be a little light, but I'm afraid if you go to XXK the thing will hang down around your knees and the sleeves will drag on the ground. Just my 2¢... Have fun!

      I have a 2006 PreCip jacket that had finally worn out. Are the newer models cut any different than the older ones. My old one is baggy in the underarm and sleeves. I was thinking about down sizing unless the new jackets have a slimmer fit.

      Heading for a late season hike in the Beartooth Mtns. I feel good about the jacket, a little worried about the size. I'm about 6'3" 215 and am hoping for a snug fit. Run anywhere between a L and XL ... suggestions?

      Best Answer

      Since your legs attribute a lot to your height and mass but have nothing to do with how the jacket will fit it would be much more helpful if we could get your chest measurement and sleeve length to determine between two sizes.



      If you could get those measurements for us you could either compare against the recommended size chart or give one of our Gearheads a call and they would be happy to help you out.

      How does this model compare to the Marmot...

      How does this model compare to the Marmot Minimalist? Major differences?

      Best Answer

      Blake,



      The big difference is material. The Minimalist is of Gore-tex Paclite and Precip is a proprietary material NanoPro and of course the extra chest pocket on the Minimalist. Both are very breathable and I feel the Minimalist will have a little longer life. I've been rock'n the Precip models since their first introduction and love the weight, waterproof, breath-ability and of course the budget price of less that a 100 bucks. I'm hard on jackets going through them in a couple or so years. I've used the Precip from Mt. Rainier attempts to the rainy Pacific Northwest Olympic peninsula, while cycling and an awesome spring shell for Backcountry skiing. It's never failed me and I absolutely never leave it or the Precip Full Zip pants out of my day pack or expedition pack.



      Hope you enjoy!



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