Gerry Brucia wrote a review of Marmot DriClime Windshirt - Men's on January 13, 2003
The Marmot Dri-Clime Wind shirt is everything it's made up to be. I now know why it received Backpacker Magazine's "2002 Editors'Choice Gold" Award. It weighs a scant 10 ounces and fits in its own pocket no larger than the size of a softball. I have worn it backpacking as well as running and it breathes better than any wind shell garment I own. It is ideal for cool mornings as either a base layer under fleece or over base weight underwear. One day I wore it for an hour in a cold, steady rain and it did not leak at all, not even at the seams. This is one outdoor garment that I will likely use more than any other. One comment on size...I found that it does run a little small. I am 6', 160 lb, and normally wear a medium but a medium wind shirt was too small; the large fits just right.