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Anyone who has ventured to the top of the Continental Divide in summer or the coast in spring knows that, even though the sun and air are warm, winds can make that nice weather feel unseasonable. That's why those same people trust the Marmot Men's Trail Wind Hooded Jacket and keep it stashed in a pack, luggage, or vehicle. Ultralight, DWR-coated polyester blocks wind and sheds light precipitation while Marmot's Angle Wing Movement design keeps your photo-poses comfortable whether you're on top of a peak or on a rocky shore.

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Lone Peak perfection

Lone Peak perfection

Although Marmot markets this jacket for hikes, I found it perfect for alpine climbing in Lone Peak, one of the Wasatch Range's highest mountains. First off, this jacket blocks all the brisk winds that constantly blow in the alpine. Its superlight weight is extremely appreciative when you're on Lone Peak's heinous approach, and it moves and breathes for an ideal performance whether you're climbing or hiking. The Trail Wind's touch of water-resistance is ideal if you're a thirty-minute sprint away from your tent.

5 5


  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I bought this to use as a windbreaker on hikes and its been stellar. I've used it for hiking on cool shoulder season mornings, and in the dead of winter. I'd say its fairly breathable and for the price you can't beat it. I've had it for about 2 years and it still works like the day I took it out of the package. Awesome.

4 5

Light layer covering your body

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

This jacket is very thin , soft, light in weight to cover your body, without satisfying mobility and breathability. It's very useful when you're doing warm-up or stating indoor air -conditioned venue. It's doubtful for resisting heavy rain drops and keeping you warm in cooler outdoor places. no doubt , it can be squeezed into a pocket size which is convenient for carrying everyday.

Light layer covering your body
5 5

Worked well

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

Used this a couple times in light rain in Denali backpacking. I was impressed with its ability to prevent wet-out over the course of an hour's worth of steady, light rain. I didn't get nearly as clammy as I would with a full-on rain shell, and it packs significantly smaller, so it'll be my go-to for anything short of moderate to heavy rain.

The downside to the breathability, though, is that if you're chilly in a decent wind, this may not be enough to keep you warm, since the side vents allow wind to blow right throw if you stand the right way. I found I needed to avoid the wind blowing from side to side, otherwise I'd be chilled.

This is probably a limitation of any ventilated windbreaker, rather than this specific one.

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Yes ! The design is Not for keeping warm

5 5

Great lightweight windbreaker

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

I've taken this out twice now and it is a fantastic lightweight jacket. Great design with ventilation on the neck, under the arms, hood that fits over a hat but will pull down and follow your head when you look to the side, packs into its own pocket for easy storage as well. Draw backs are when you do sweat it seems to get sticky and less breathable which is unfortunate but I am very happy in how warm it will keep me in high winds and cool temperatures.

5 5

Great windbreaker

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

What a great jacket and it lives up to it's standards. Took it up to the UP in Michigan this past summer and loved it. Sadly, on a biking excursion, I took a dive and popped a hole in the elbow, but the rest of the jacket still looks great. Great fit, folds up to nothing, and a good price. Love it!

5 5

Excellent for intended use

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I took this jacket with me up to a 12k peak summit, and it kept me nice and warm over my base layer Smartwool long-sleeved shirt. The ventilation kept me from sweating on the trek uphill. I pulled the hood up, cynched it down, and put my sunhat back on over it to withstand the biting cold and wind at the summit.
On the way down, it kept me warm until I unzipped once back down from tree line. I folded it back into its own pocket and stored in my backpack at my next break.
At 4 oz, it took over for my heavy hard shell on many trips.
I have taken this wind jacket with me on every hike and backpacking trip. It works wonderfully underneath my down vest. I even sleep in it on cold nights.
If you are looking for an inexpensive, multipurpose, sturdy yet lightweight wind jacket, buy this. Just don't expect it to keep you dry in a rain storm as it's not a rain jacket.

Excellent for intended use
3 5

Nice enough

Great for traveling because it is so light weight. It does the job just wish it was water proof.