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Whether hiking or ski touring, you try to coordinate your breathing and steps in the most efficient pattern possible. The Marmot Tempo Hooded Softshell Jacket helps you regulate your body heat, stay dry, and keep moving at your most comfortable rate thanks to its advanced M3 Softshell fabric.

  • Marmot M3 Softshell fabric stretches, breathes, and repels blowing snow with its DWR coating, which enables protection in most mountain weather
  • Adjustable hem, hood, and cuffs further seal out the cold and snow as it blows around
  • Front pockets and a chest media pocket with cord port hold necessities and are easily accessible while wearing a pack or harness
  • Angel-Wing movement and lower back hem ensure you have coverage no matter how you stretch and contort your body in the backcountry
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Marmot Tempo Hoody Love

    I already reviewed the Tempo 1/2 zip, and everything from that gear review applies to this one, with 2 additions. First, the pockets are perfectly placed, and are large enough to hold climbing skins easily. Second, the hood works perfectly, and fits me well. I am 6' and 180# and the large is just right for winter use leaving enough room for a mid layer. I am an m3 addict until something better comes along.

    Pit zips, and effectiveness of water...

    Pit zips, and effectiveness of water repellancy?

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    You dont need pit zips. This thing is extremely breathable. Actually, you may be surprised at how much wind gets through it. It will shed snow but wet snow and rain will go right through it.

    What's the CFM rating (windproofness) of...

    What's the CFM rating (windproofness) of this jacket?

    How would this jacket do in 40 degree...

    How would this jacket do in 40 degree weather, being used for non to mild aerobic activities?

    It would do better than about a 200-300 weight fleece if there was any wind and add some water resistance too. It really depends on your base and mid layers. With the right combo of those, soft shells like these will ake you comfortably down to the 30s with even mild activity. Cheers.

    I've used this jacket when resort skiing at 40-45 degrees with mild winds with a powerstretch baselayer and was a tad warm at the bottom (no wind) when the sun was out, and just about right when it was cloudy. Powerstretch is in between 100 weight and 200 weight fleece. A baselayer like Capilene 3 would have been perfect in the sun, but the zip-neck on the Powerstretch layer made it quite comfortable throughout the entire day.