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Versatility is its middle name.

Weekend camping trips, hikes to scenic overlooks, and chilly days at the crag are a lot more comfortable with the cozy warmth of the Marmot Women's Sol Down Jacket. This midweight jacket keeps you warm through damp spring days and chilly fall evenings, thanks to its 600-fill down insulation and water-resistant Down Defender treatment.

Knowing that down is an excellent insulator until it gets damp and balls up, the folks at Marmot developed the Down Defender treatment to keep you warm under all but full-on downpours and all-day deluges. Basically, the jacket's down is coated in a Durable Water Repellent (DWR), acting as a safeguard against wet weather to ensure your jacket retains its heat-trapping loft, even if some moisture seeps in. 

Additional features include the jacket's zippered hand and internal stash pockets, which hold snacks and small goodies when you're at the crag or on the trail. The elastic cuffs keep your sleeves from riding up, and its Angel-Wing Movement ensures freedom and flexibility to reach, grab, and move your arms without restriction.

  • Polyester mini ripstop shell
  • DWR treatment
  • 600-fill down
  • Down Defender treatment
  • Zippered hand pockets
  • Internal stash pocket
  • Elastic cuffs
  • Angel-Wing Movement

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What is the center back length of a medium?

5 5

Warm, light, packable

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

This jacket was thinner than I realized it would be, so I was initially doubtful that it would be warm enough. I wanted it for daily town use and for weekends in the mountains. (I have an expedition weight down jacket for really gnarly times but it's so puffy it's hard to see over :-). The Sol is just what I wanted. Trim profile, great range of motion, no bulky hood, fuzzy warm pockets, and warm, warm warm - especially considering the slim profile. I live in the Pacific Northwest so was excited for hydrophobic down and DWR coatings. So far all precip has beaded up - but I haven't had it on in a downpour yet. Highly recommended. For reference, I'm 167cm, 64kg, wide hips & just hitting second trimester. Medium fits great with arms very slightly long.

What is the hip measurement in Medium?