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Dry down is warm down.

Goose down insulation can't keep you warm if it's clumped together from moisture. So Marmot treated the Women's Sol Down Jacket with its Down Defender, which protects down with high water-resistance so it maintains its lofty goodness. This jacket also has a lightweight downproof exterior treated with DWR, so feathers don't poke out all over the place, not only unsightly but less protective against the cold and wet. Angel-Wing Movement lets you reach for the sky or that high hold without restriction. Because what's the sense in staying warm if you can't crank?
  • Lightweight Down-proof polyester mini-ripstop with DWR
  • 700-fill power down insulation with Down Defender
  • Regular fit with Angel Wing Movement
  • Elastic bound cuffs
  • Internal media and two zippered hand pockets

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4 5

my new favorite jacket

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs small

This jacket is awesome. I've only recently got the Marmot Sol in purple (bright berry), but I wear it every day. I didn't find an issue with the down in the arms; this jacket is toasty warm. The only criticism I have is that it does run a bit small. I'm 5'2" and 120 lbs, and got a M since a S felt too snug in the shoulders. And it makes it easier to layer under for everyday use.
Overall the Marmot Sol wins my vote. New favorite jacket for sure.

2 5

Not enough down in the arms...

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

Great jacket, great fit, but there is not as much down in the arms as in the body sections... I bought it to wear as one of several layers under my Gore-Tex shell for skiing, and while my torso is toasty warm, my arms are cold. They just didn't put as much down in the arms, it's like almost nothing. I will probably keep it for spring skiing and running around town, but it's not good for the colder days... esp. on the mountain.