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The Thunder Ridge protects you from everything except lightning.

What do skiing and mountaineering have in common? They are both sports that take place in cold, wet environments. The Marmot Men's Thunder Ridge Jacket was designed to combat both elements with ease. This fully seam-taped PreCip shell is completely waterproof and can shrug off the nastiest snowstorm. To combat the cold, Marmot included a zip-in MarmaLoft insulated liner. Combine the weatherproof shell and super warm liner for serious protection from nasty conditions. Thanks to the liner's synthetic MarmaLoft insulation, the Thunder Ridge can keep you warm even if you do soak the liner by falling in during a stream crossing. The next time you head for the mountains, take this combo with you and you'll be ready for any weather.

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5 5

Very good for the right conditions

The Precip shell is waterproof, fairly light, and quiet. The hood is well designed, as you would expect from a Marmot product at this price. The zip-out shell makes the combo serviceable to around 25*. I think this coat excels in the kind of cold and wet conditions common in the northwest. It keeps you dry and warm without a lot of fuss, and looks very nice doing so. It would also likely make a good choice for spring or fall camping where rain and moderately cool temps are expected.

4 5

Decent jacket with decent features

This is my first technical jacket. The jacket is light-weight and not bulky. The zip-in compatibility is a big plus. I often shed the outer layer when I don't need it and its a snap to zip it back in. Styling is clean and simple. There are enough pockets available in the right places. On the negative side, the insulating layer is not as warm as I wanted it to be. I found myself shivering when I took it to Mt. Whitney in October. You will definitely need one more insulating layer. The hook-and-loop on the flaps of the pockets of the outer layer are just plain annoying. The hood feels a little bulky when rolled up within the collar. Overall, it is a good jacket if you don't need extreme cold protection.

5 5

great coat

I tried this one on in the store and ordered it from this site. Great coat at a good price. Should be perfect for the impending Michigan winter...