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Built by people who understand the cold.
- Micro fleece internal cuffs for comfort and protection
- Elastic draw cord hem for adjustability in serious weather
- Exposed vision center zippers for stand easy use and a touch of style
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How much does this jacket weigh? Also,...
How much does this jacket weigh? Also, I"m a woman who normally wears a medium in women's. Looking at this men's jacket because of the great deal. Looking for advise on sizing if you have any. Thanks and have a great day
Great lightweight WARM jacket
This is great LIGHTWEIGHT VERY WARM jacket (not parka).
It is not waterproof and the surface is very soft so it might be easy to rip it off.
I use this jacket alone on sunny cold days. When rainy or I need rip stop protection I use my Arcetryx hard shell so I have both - waterproof/ripstops/warm protection. It is really great peace of clothing. Very very warm and very very light it can be used in around the town or while sitting in the tent or the camp fire. It is versatile - nice straps at the bottom of the jacket so you can tighten it up to stop the cold wind blowing from below. Many pockets from inside and well constructed hand pockets on the outside. The hood is a bit big for me but I guess it will be fine if I use a hat or helmet while snowboarding. What makes this jacket exceptional is its warmth to weight ratio - OUTSTANDING. I used this winter on the cold winter days in Chicago area and I was always toasty and warm. Keep in mind if you need a jacket with waterproof/rip-stop qualities you better look for Dawson park (another great piece of clothing from Marmot) (or Yukon, I own Dawson so I can comment on it as well). as this jacket is not supposed to be water proof neither have rip-stop.
Why don't they have Stockholm in a bigger...
Why don't they have Stockholm in a bigger size need xxxl. Can you get that size?
Marmot Stockholm jacket
- Gender: Female
The jacket keeps me very warm and fits well. The shipping was free and quick. Thanks country back. This was my first time ordering from you guys and I will be doin so again.
Super lightweight and warm!
Super lightweight and warm
Very good goose down jacket
Thank you BC
What's the fill weight of this jacket? Is...
What's the fill weight of this jacket? Is it sewn through construction or baffle? How's it compare to the AMA dahblam?
Hey Craig, the fill weight is 650, and it is sewn through... I like this one better...
Here I am again with an awesome jacket!
I'm 6'1" 250lbs... XXL fits well.
Great jacket, removable hood a plus
I have been looking for several months for a good down jacket/coat that included a removable hood to replace my old Patagonia fleece synchillas and have a somewhat lightweight but very warm coat to wear at camp when backpacking in cold weather. It does have DWR (water repellency) but is not considered windproof (I prefer a shell over the top). I am not a person that minds layering a shell over a down jacket to block the wind, but some people may not like that.The exterior material, although rip stop, does not look like it something I would want to run through a thicket or briar patch in, but appears to be durable. Some folks have had issue with the zippers having a metallic look but being plastic, not a problem to me. The jacket comes with an arm pocket (chap stick?) and two inside pockets that appear to be for a water bottle, electronics, phone or wallet. One of my favorite features is a layer of micro fleece lining near the wrists to dampen air flow. As far as I can tell it does not stuff down into itself, but I have plenty of small stuff sacks. The jacket does have a trash bag kind of look to it, but I think if you choose a good color it doesn't show as much. I initially bought eggplant and when it arrived it looked like Barney purple. I exchanged for cayenne and really like how it looks. I also started with a large and it felt good, but I am 5'-9" / 180 lbs and plan on having base layers and possibly another mid layer beneath so i went up to XL. I have friends with other Marmot jackets and this appears to run smaller. I am looking forward to some cozy days in camp (0- 15 degree temps). Finally was able to use this jacket in the backcountry. Temps got down to 25 degrees at camp and I stayed smoking hot. I was very pleased with it's performance. I will continue to update once I use it in some lower temps.
On Mount Shasta...
This jacket packs down really well, and is crazy warm. Amazing deal right now too.
Great price for a down puffy!
I got the Vapor Blue jacket in XXL. The blue is very bright, but not over the top. I'm 6'1" tall and weigh 245lbs with a large frame. With my base layer, mid layer, and softshell, this fits the bill perfectly. The hood is HUGE! A little too big for my needs, but it's very workable. With my helmet, and my soft shell hood on, it's still a little large... But again, very doable. The material is thin, but not too thin. I only use this jacket for very cold summit days, or for base camp while snowshoeing in the high Sierra's. I really, really like the fleece internal cuffs. Super soft, and keep the cold air out. The pockets work well for all "normal" needed items. I've however, never used the sleeve pocket. The zipper is plastic, but runs very true, and I've never caught it on the fabric. Overall it's a good buy. The hood is a little big, and it's not a hard-er shell puffy. 4 stars it is. I got this jacket on SAC... Smokin' deal!
At 5'-6" and 150 lbs., a Medium fits perfectly with room for a base layer and a fleece underneath. This jacket is super warm though, so I don't need the extra layers unless the temperature dips below freezing. The fleece inner cuffs block cold air from entering through the sleeves, and eliminate the need to adjust your cuffs every time you put on gloves. The zippers are beefy and durable, easy to operate with heavy gloves on, but not waterproof. The removable hood makes the jacket versatile as both a backcountry outer layer and an around-town jacket. The water resistant finish works well, but this isn't a jacket to wear in the rain. It will keep your down from getting wet from snow melt, but not a downpour. The jacket is super lightweight, and packs down very well. It seems very well constructed, I don't feel like I have to baby the jacket to prevent tears or snags. That being said, the nylon is very lightweight and thin, and I would not venture through heavy brush or thorns with it out of fear of ripping it to shreds. I wish the jacket came with a stuff sack, or had a built-in stowaway pocket, since I had to supply my own. The interior pockets are very minimal, which doesn't add weight, but also doesn't add much function either.
Pros: Very Warm, Durable Zippers, Innovative Fleece Inner Cuffs, Removable Hood
Cons: Lightweight nylon shell isn't as durable as other jackets, no included stuff sack, minimal interior pockets.
Bottom Line: I love this jacket, and I would by it again.
Does the Marmot Stockholm down jacket come...
Does the Marmot Stockholm down jacket come in size 3x for men ?
No, 2X is the biggest it comes in.
The XXL fits me, and I'm 6'1" 250. Hope that helps.
is this jacket water proof
is this jacket water proof
No this is treated w a DWR coating, which will make it resistant to moisture, a light snow and precip like that; but its by no means "water proof"
This is a super nice casual puffy for those cold nights out partying. It has a bit of a classier look than most down jackets so us bums can fit in better in Aspen. And then you can take it out shreding as well. The material is very comfortable and cozy, I like!
does anyone else think this looks like a...
does anyone else think this looks like a giant purple trash bag?
Though I've never seen a purple trash bag, this is what i would imagine it to look like.
I returned this jacket. Fabric not rip stop, and 'metallic zippers' were plastic. Wrist fleece cuffs were a nice touch, but not enough. Jacket was more pretty than functional
when will you have size M???
when will you have size M???