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Take things a little higher.

Outside the Marmot Men's Treeline Jacket, the weather is raging, but underneath, you're warm, comfortable, and ready to go a little deeper into the storm. Dedicated tram riders and weekend warriors alike will find this jacket the all-in-one solution for protection from the wet and the cold both in-bounds or beyond the gate. A full range of pockets hold all your small essentials, and fine touches like a DriClime lined collar and chin guard offer ultimate comfort to match the burly protection.
  • MemBrain waterproof breathable fabric and seam-taped construction offers burly protection from wet weather while it helps control sweaty vapors underneath
  • Thermal R Eco Insulation adds warmth to this jacket without adding unnecessary weight, and the insulation is more environmentally friendly than standard alternatives
  • Angel-Wing Movement means the fit allows for full range of motion of your arms without lifting the back of the jacket or causing bunching
  • Fine fit-and-finish features like PitZips, a zip-off powder skirt, and brushed tricot collar lining all add to comfort in foul weather

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i'm 6'1", 200 lbs and a pretty athletic...

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i'm 6'1", 200 lbs and a pretty athletic build. think i'd be better off in a large or XL? my arms are on the long side but i don't want a big puffy bulky jacket. thanks!

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Hey Jay,

You are kinda right in-between my normal recommendation for either a Large or XL but a customer made a review just below yours and he was 6' even +10 lbs. He ended up getting an XL which fit him in the body perfectly and thought the Large would have been too tight. The sleeves however were apparently really long on him so with your positive ape index arms maybe that would be a good thing.

4 5

Great Jacket but.....

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

Getting the sizing right was tough. I am an athletic (trim, not skinny not fat) 6ft 210lb which often puts me between an L and XL depending on the cut of the jacket. The overall body fit was a comfortably loose fit. But the arm lengths were gorilla long!! That was the deal breaker & finally had to return even though I LOVED the killer cobalt blue color. Large was out of stock so not an option, but suspect the more reasonable sleeve length would have resulted it a too tight body fit. Love the angel wing feature.

5 5

Very good

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

I was in the freezing rain for more than 2 hours up on Grouse Mountains in Vancouver BC just waiting for my son's ski lessons and I was not cold or wet at all. Next day I skied in blizzard weather and it was just perfect. This is an excellent jacket, no wind, rain, snow or cold got through to me. I am 6.1 and 250lbs and bought a XXL from Backcountry

Very good
5 5

Love it

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift, but have feedback to share

I bought this jacket for my 15 year old son. It's made from a soft material and is wonderfully warm (now only his toes are cold while skiing). His only complaint is that it's difficult to open/close the pocket zippers with one hand, as they are a bit stiff.

I purchased a medium for a 5'7"(130lb) and rapidly growing kid. A small would have fit perfectly, but this has adequate room for him to grow without being overly huge.

5 5

Great Jacket

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

Got the medium, as suggested here.... fits great, enough room to layer some, warm, comfortable, not too heavy but feels substantial.... sleeves a good length and I have slightly long arms.... The Only thing I would say "negative" is that I personally don't really like the feeling of pit zips, but it's not a big deal.

4 5

Nice coat, just falls short

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I was in the market for a new jacket which can be hard at my size (6'2 and 275lbs). I gave the XXL a shot and it was really warm and comfortable and you could tell it was high quality. The downsides though made me return it.
1) The fit towards the bottom of the coat, The entire jacket fit well expect the part from my hips down. I could move, but the coat was pulled tight and flat. It could really use a bit more room.

2)"Media Pocket" Well if any pocket counts as a media pocket then I guess it has one. The inside pocket has no outlet for headphones like some coats do, and there are no loops to route cables through.

These to things ended up being deal breaker because I found a another coat that did not have these shortfalls and was a bit cheaper.

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what's the max temperature this jacket...

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what's the max temperature this jacket holds?

Hi - I'm 5'11" about 150lbs, would I take...

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Hi - I'm 5'11" about 150lbs, would I take a Medium or Large in the Treeline?

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I'd definitely go for the medium.

5 5

Wasatch warm

This is a fantastic jacket for cold weather Wasatch skiing. Withs a base layer and light mid weight insulation this jacket works great down to 0 degrees. The pocketing is really well organized and the hood works well over my Smith Variant Brim Helmet. I'm 6'1", 190 pounds and the Large is a perfect fit. I highly recommend this jacket if you're looking for a mid-weight insulated and super comfortable piece.

Write your question here...Cold weather...

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Write your question here...Cold weather range? good to below zero?

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The Treeline has a 120 gram synthetic insulation in the body and sleeves and as such is one of Marmot's warmest snow-sports jackets. With a light fleece or thicker base-layer underneath it should be good for most people down to 0F or so.

Could you contrast the Membrain material...

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Could you contrast the Membrain material found here vs. GoreTex Performance Shell (2L) found in the TNF Kapwall? Cheers!

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Both fabrics will keep you dry in a snowstorm while you're skiing. On the technical side, Gore uses a PTFE membrane laminate while Marmot's MemBrain is a PU (polyurethane) laminate. Gore should be more waterproof and more breathable, but you probably won't notice the difference.

All said, go with the jacket that fits better and pleases your eye.