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Maximum protection for extreme alpine environments.

Ideal for attacking high alpine environments in the worst possible weather, the Marmot Men’s Troll Wall Jacket utilizes GORE-TEX 3L Pro Shell to conquer conditions worthy of its namesake. Whether you are actually climbing the Troll Wall in Norway or bagging 14ers left and right, this Marmot Shell will keep the weather from devouring you.
  • GORE-TEX Pro Shell is the best of the best when it comes to durability, breathability, and waterproofing
  • Angel-Wing Movement in the arms allows for a full range of motion so your mobility is unhindered
  • The adjustable hood is also helmet compatible so you can still cover your head when you get stuck on a wall in the pouring rain or driving snow
  • Laser Drilled Pack Pockets use water-resistant zippers to keep your precious supplies as dry as possible
  • A zip-off powder skirt allows this super technical mountaineering and climbing jacket to be used as a ski shell for backcountry or resort-based lines
  • DriClime lined chin guard protects your face from being chafed by the zipper when fully zipped up

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Hi.....looking to replace my old beloved...

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Hi.....looking to replace my old beloved Alpinist.....like the Troll, just wondering if Marmot makes a similar, but longer, product. Not a climber, just outdoors, mid-aged traveler. Thank you in advance

Does this jacket have wrist gaiters

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Does this jacket have wrist gaiters

5 5

Marmots best shell

Great fit, leaves plenty of room for layering...unlike some shells. The fabric is also a really heavy duty version of the Pro Shell, which is nice if your using this for skiing or climbing. I love how burly this jackets front zipper is, along with the flap that covers it.(really keeps the cold out) The neck is also nice and high so you can tuck your face up to your goggles...when your standing still in cold/windy conditions.
Its very similar in fit to the Exum....while it definitely is heavier duty in regards to the fabric, and also comes with a powder skirt which is essential for those deep days.
All in all I would say this is the best shell Marmot has to offer....and would have no problem saying it is on par with the best out there today. (Arteryx, Westcomb, and Peak Performance)

Marmot Troll Wall Jacket

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Miles Smart, Professional Mountain Guide and Marmot Athlete, reviews the Marmot Troll Wall Jacket.

5 5

Perfect Shell. Bomb Proof

I love this jacket. It fits great, it is designed great, and it looks great. I have only used it skiing so far, and some small hikes, but it destroyed the wind and light rain I put it through. I really like how the chin guard is lined, and how high up the neck zips to keep me warm when it is windy. I am 6'4" and 195 lbs, with 37" arms, and I got the XL. It has PLENTY of space for a down coat or other layers underneath and has perfect sleeve length. The large would have fit a little tighter, but I wanted longer sleeves, and layering ability.

I got the bonfire color and it is great, not too bright, just right. Love this Jacket. I try to find excuses to wear it whenever I can.

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Avocado Gully

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Wonderful jacket. Wet conditions on the ice this day and not a drop penetrated the triple Gore-tex shell.

5 5

On Sale

Just saw this for sale at Campmor for $230.00.

Will the hood fit over a ski helmet ?

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Will the hood fit over a ski helmet ?

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Certainly, this jacket is designed for alpinism and is helmet compatible.

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Definitely. The hood is contoured too, so it's not all big and floppy like some hoods. When you wear a helmet and you turn your head with the hood on, you can still see...which is nice.

5 5

Solid

This jacket is great. It breathes pretty well ( the pit zips help ) and it stops any weather I take it into. It's also very durable and hasn't shown any wear despite pretty heavy use. It fits a little baggy and is great for layering. 6'1" 185 and the large leaves me space for whatever layers I need underneath.

Will this jacket zip into the new alpinist...

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Will this jacket zip into the new alpinist pants?

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No, the Troll Wall Jacket won't zip into the Alpinist Pant, only the Alpinist Jacket and the Flight Commander Jackets are gasket compatible.

6'3 220 what size is for me?

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6'3 220 what size is for me?

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You'll be happy in a Large for general use in most temperatures. If you want to put a lot of layers underneath for really extreme cold, try XL.

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I bought an XL and it has good room and length in the arms. I am 6'4" 195 lbs. I think you will want the XL if you are going to wear this in cold weather.

Sizing question, 5'10" 185lbs and wondering...

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Sizing question, 5'10" 185lbs and wondering if I should go with a Medium or Large. Will be using OR Transcendant as as mid layer when necessary and want enough room to climb and ski in. Don't want layers to really limit my motion. Any recommendations?

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Not sure if you made a purchase yet, but I'm 5'11" 183lbs and wear a L in this and the Exum jacket. Fit is great for layering and not too baggy, especially when wearing a pack. The M was just a little too restrictive for me. hth.

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Sizing question, 5'10" 185lbs and wondering...

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Sizing question, 5'10" 185lbs and wondering if I should go with a Medium or Large. Will be using OR Transcendant as as mid layer when necessary and want enough room to climb and ski in. Don't want layers to really limit my motion. Any recommendations?

5 5

No Complaints

Solid shell. I've climbed quite a bit with this jacket, banged it up against lots of rock, wore it hiking and bushwhacking a few times, and it still looks like new. No leaks anywhere no matter the downpour. The hood stays on your head with or without a helmet.
I am very happy with my Troll.

No Complaints
5 5

Super shell

This is one of the finest shells out there. It's cut roomy for layering. For me, in size small, a little too roomy; it would benefit from a drawcord adjustment in the torso, or just a slimmer cut. As with all Marmot gear the materials and workmanship are excellent. Great hood, Gore Tex Pro Shell is very nice; I like it better than XPR, but only because it's lighter, and this is a light shell. XPR is denser and tougher. The great thing about the Troll Wall is that it's usable for various activities; not just climbing. I have an Arc'Teryx Alpha SV (XPR), and it's ultra tough; great for climbing, but not much else. The Troll Wall will no doubt do it all; the removable snow skirt is a big plus. It's just a great piece of gear. But I am a Marmot freak; their stuff (all of it I've ever had) works for me. The extreme cold weather stuff (CWM bag and 8000m set) has saved my life more than once. But back to the subject. The Troll Wall shell is great; worth the price. You will not be disappointed.

Is there a DWR layer on the most outer...

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Is there a DWR layer on the most outer fabric surface?

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No, this is 3 layer Gore-Tex pro...waterproof and breathable..no DWR necessary.

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Yes, there is a DWR (Durable Water Repellent finish) on all Gore-Tex shells. It keeps the face fabric from wetting out, which can decrease breathability. Marmot uses a long lasting fluorine based resin. Machine washing warm with a powdered detergent and then tumble drying medium until completely dry will help maintain the water repellent finsh.

Does this jacket have any interior pockets...

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Does this jacket have any interior pockets for skins? Or are the exterior ones large enough for a skin in each?

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This jacket has an interior mesh storage pocket. I'm not sure though if this pocket would be big enough to hold skins.

5 5

Awesome shell

Just got this shell two weeks ago and took it out for a week in Colorado and it was perfect. I only had to put a mid-weight fleece under it and was plenty warm in the 20 degree days, and it breathed great on the warmer days. The blowing snow one day was no match for the gore-tex pro shell. I'm 5'10" 150 and the medium fits perfectly. I couldn't ask for a better year round jacket. Can't wait to use it backpacking this summer too.

5 5

All you could ever need in a shell

I've had this thing for about two years now, and it's seen everything from plowing through hemlock groves in 50°, rainy weather to 0° and 15mph winds. It seals up tight in a downpour and vents extremely well when trudging uphill. Found it for a sick price on SAC, and couldn't ask for anything more!

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