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Ah, so you're the girl who insists on breaking trail on every ski tour in knee-deep fluff. Well, you may as well outfit properly. The Marmot Up Track Jacket is tailored perfectly for high aerobic output in cool mountain temps.

  • Marmot's M3 softshell is the lightest of its three softshell weights, providing excellent breathability and stretch
  • Smooth outer face deflects wind and is highly water-resistant
  • Attached hood adjusts around your beanie or helmet in a snap
  • Pack pockets are easy to access under your backpack shoulder straps and waist belt
  • Elastic draw cord hem adjusts easily for extra warmth and protection
  • Interior zIp pocket and large interior mesh pocket give you easy, quick spots to stow your music player, glove liners, skins, or sunglasses
  • Angel Wing construction means the sleeves won't ride up as you pole plant
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Poor Quality

    Don't bother with this jacket. The fabric is thin and started to pill after only a week of wear. During hikes, snow immediately melted and absorbed into the "highly water resistant" fabric and didn't dry out until I hung it up at home. This jacket wasn't much better than wearing a hooded sweatshirt on the hill and definitely not worth $174.95.

    The pilling should only be slight and cosmetic, as I have the men's version and performance has not diminished in the year that I've used it. You are right that it is not "highly water resistant," as suggested here. I believe you were duped by Backcountry since they manufactured a fake description and deserve a refund. However, Marmot does not describe it as indicated here.

    Marmot's description of the fabric: "M3 shells are the most breathable in the M-series. They are best for high aerobic use in mild conditions."

    This jacket is definitely meant for sweaty endeavors where breathability is a must and wind resistance is crucial. It's not a shell. It's a supplement. I would recommend researching any product on the manufacturer's website before making a purchase, especially when you drop good $$. Apparently, Backcountry.com should not be trusted to relay accurate product information.