Description

A lightweight, insulated mid-layer for skiing or snowshoeing.

Weighing about half of a pound, the Marmot Men's Calen 1/2-Zip Insulated Pullover brings the warmth without the weight for your ski sessions. Its lightweight appeal is due to Marmot's proprietary Thermal R insulation that's surprisingly light, warm, and durable. A DriClime collar keeps your neck cozy and dry, and the smooth nylon ripstop shell makes it easy for you to layer a waterproof shell over this pullover.

The Calen features a half-zip front for ventilation in case you get too hot when you plow through powder. Angel-Wing Movement lets you reach, stretch, and bend without the jacket riding up your body. Elasticated cuffs are soft against your wrists, and the elastic hem makes sure no warmth escapes into the cold frigid air you slice through on your skis.

  • Nylon ripstop shell
  • DriClime-lined collar
  • Thermal R insulation
  • Regular fit, Angel-Wing Movement
  • Elastic cuffs
  • Elastic hem
  • One chest and two hand pockets

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2 5

It's ok

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

I saw this on sale, and it looked like a good buy to replace my old Patagonia Nanopuff. However, this jacket just is not as warm as the Nanopuff. In fact, it's not that warm at all. I might have been able to accept this, but when the wind starts blowing, it is really noticeable. It is wind resistant, but not anywhere close to windproof. This is not suitable for winter bike rides or doing anything where the wind is blowing. I'm returning it and paying extra for the functionality of the Nanopuff.

5 5

Just Right

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

I don't understand John Pruitt's review, because I actually found this to be LESS puffy than I was expecting. I've worn it under three shells and it's amazingly comfortable in all of them, with no limitation to my movement. It's also surprisingly wind resistant, so just today (high 20s, breezy) I wore it as my only jacket. I haven't had a chance to really test it yet, but in my short periods outside, it's been comfortable and warm. Also, when combined with other layers, it doesn't create that annoying bulge in the armpit area (I hate that) that other mid layers can create. I haven't tried packing it, so I can't speak to that aspect.

3 5

Too puffy

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

Was hoping for a low profile layer of insulation. This jacket was nice but the insulation was way too puffy. Looked like a full down coat.