The most affordable jacket in Marmot's Gore-Tex line.
Marmot offers top-quality features and a lower price tag with its Men's Spire Jacket for your climbing adventures. A Gore-Tex membrane with fully taped seams makes the polyester shell waterproof so you stay dry if an unexpected rainstorm hits you. Marmot laser-drilled the backing to let moisture escape quicker so you stay comfortable when you pick up a sweat, and PitZips let out even more steam when you reach the belay stance after an intense pitch.
The Spire features a powder skirt for your snowy climbs, and you can remove it when snow isn't an issue. The hood has an ERG adjustment to cinch comfortably across your head, and the laminated brim offers full visibility when you belay your buddy. Angel-Wing Movement offers a full range of motion so you can reach and bend without exposing your waist to the cold air, and smooth DriClime lining covers your chin for all-day comfort. Water-resistant Pack Pockets are accessible with a harness and a pack on. And the hem tightens across your waist when breezy blizzards try to blow this jacket off your body.
- Gore-Tex 3-Layer membrane, fully taped seams
- Laser-drilled pocket backing
- Angel-Wing Movement
- Zip-off powder skirt
- Gale-Force hood with ERG adjustment system and laminated brim
- DriClime chin guard
- Water-resistant Pack Pockets
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I'm 186 tall, my inseam is 85 cm, my chest...
I'm 186 tall, my inseam is 85 cm, my chest 97cm, and 75 the waist.
So it must be: Chest 38,19
Waist 29,53 inches
Inseam 33,46 inches
Do you think the M measure fits on me?
You are kinda on the upper end of a size Small. Personally I like to have a little extra room so if it were me I would probably size up to a Medium.
Is this ski jacket suitable for very cold...
Is this ski jacket suitable for very cold weather , ie insulated?
This jacket is not insulated, it's only a shell but would be fine to use in cold weather with layering underneath.
The Spire jacket is just a water/windproof shell, with no insulation. If you'd like a coat that will keep you cold in the winter, I would take a look at the Marmot Ama Dablam. See it here: http://www.backcountry.com/marmot-ama-dablam-down-jacket-mens?ti=U2VhcmNoIFJlc3VsdHM6bWFybW90IGFtYSBkYWJsYW06MTo0Om1hcm1vdCBhbWEgZGFibGFt