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The Marmot Warmlight Fleece Jacket holds in the heat so you can play outside even when bitingly cold temperatures try to keep you trapped indoors. This lightweight, breathable jacket keeps you toasty and warm whether you're trail running on a cold, November day or using it as a midlayer on an early morning ski tour.

  • Breathable, quick-drying Polartec fleece holds in body heat, so you'll barely notice the chill
  • Articulated sleeves give you freedom of movement and an easy, bulk-free fit that won't bunch under your shell
  • Angel-Wing Movement allows you to lift your arms without pulling the hem of your jacket up and exposing your lower back to the cold

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Here's what others have to say...

3 5

A little disapointed

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

1) The tags say it is Polartec 200, but it is different than my other Polartec 200 jackets. The fleece is thinner, lighter and not as warm as I expected.
2) The chest pocket is small. Too small for an iPhone or even a wallet.
3) The logo on the back causes the collar to stand up. I usally like my collars to lay down. If want the collar up, I'd put it up. This jacket gives you no choice.

4 5

Standard Fleece

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

This is my second Marmot purchase and it was a great purchase for a great price. Great fleece for on the go.

4 5

NIce, but not windproof

I just got this fleece a couple of days ago, and had not had the chance to use it on the trail yet, but wearing around i've noticed that is super breathable, and by that i mean it blocks very little of the wind. it's the end of november in michigan, and it's a little chilly just wearing this fleece around. So it's not as warm as i thought it'd be. But i do still really like it.

Unanswered Question


I have a Marmot shell I bought...


I have a Marmot shell I bought almot 15 years ago, there is no style name on it but a tag has this info: Style# 2182K, RN# 7944B, CA# 29129. It size XL. I'd like to buy a liner to zip into it; is anything compatible still available?