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Move fast and stay dry.
When the weather is wet but you still need to cover maximum ground in minimum time, zip up the Marmot Men's Speedri Jacket. The 3-layer MemBrain FusionDri shell supplies top-tier waterproof and breathable protection while the Angel Wing Movement and generous fabric stretch allow you to move with agility and minimal restriction over technical terrain.
- Three-layer MemBrain FusionDri shell fabric provides complete waterproof and breathable protection
- Fully taped seams and water-resistant zippers keep wet weather out
- 3D Wicking backer manages moisture to keep you dry and comfy
- Athletic fit and generous fabric stretch allow you to move freely
- Angel Wing Movement prevents the hem from riding up when you reach overhead
- Fixed hood adjusts for a snug fit and has a wire brim to keep the rain off your face
- Integrated cooling vents prevent you from over-heating
- Elastic drawcord hem and adjustable cuffs keep weather out and warmth in
- Zippered chest pocket keeps valuables securely stowed
- Zippered front pockets warm up cold hands
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So Far, So Good
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
So far I really like this jacket. I’ve only had the opportunity to wear it 3 times for any length of time – both with a daypack and without, but these are my initial thoughts:
It has an athletic fit… straight as an arrow through the body all the way to the bottom of the jacket. I’m 5’9”/170lbs and found the medium to fit me perfect. Just enough room for a fleece or sweater underneath, but probably too fitting for a down vest. Both the arms and body feel a touch long. Regardless, the arms feel fantastic - motion isn’t restricted at all – with or without pack – and I don’t feel like the entire jacket is going to hike up 2” every time I lift my arms.
The hood is more fitting than I expected and it’s got a great brim. I can’t imagine it fitting over a helmet if that’s a concern. My Arc’teryx hood is much taller – to the point where it’s practically an emergency parachute until you adjust it. With this jacket, it’s pretty fitted to the noggin right from the get-go.
The jacket is light and thin, but feels very well constructed and durable. You do kind of see the taped seams through it, but not so much where it looks awkward. The main zipper is a little bit of a hassle to be honest… because it’s waterproof and because it has a wind/water flap running the back of it the entire length, it will snag once you get up towards the neck pretty easily. I’m hoping it breaks in a bit over time. On a related note, the main zipper still bulges out where the jacket was folded for storage. It’s gotten better and I’m assuming it’s because of the thickness/quality of the zip itself, but it is noticeable. You can see it in Luke’s first pic (right below the bottom of the front pocket) and one I’ve attached.
Other than that, rain beaded as expected and I was bone dry in a light rain. It also seemed to breathe very well. We’ll see how it holds up this season when I put it through the ringer, but so far – solid 4-stars.
water proof zippers