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Marmot Alpinist Jacket - Men's

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    10 Reviews

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    Bring it on.

    Howling snowstorms, wind-blasted summits, and extreme winter conditions have nothing on the bombproof construction, moisture-shedding ability, and breathable performance of the Marmot Men's Alpinist Jacket. This top-shelf shell represents Marmot's 40-plus years of design expertise in creating outerwear to excel in the planet's gnarliest environments.

    It sports top-of-the-line three-layer Gore-Tex Pro fabric for exceptional waterproofing and breathability, a lightweight feel, and bombproof durability. Counted on by professional mountain guides and hardcore backcountry enthusiasts, Gore-Tex Pro offers the most reliable protection available from the worst weather winter has to offer. It's backed up by fully taped seams to prevent any moisture from seeping in through the cracks.

    But this jacket's much more than just its fabric. Its helmet-compatible hood has a laminated wire brim that shields your face from howling winds and driving snow while still allowing you to see clearly. The DriClime-lined chin guard pulls moisture away from your face when you're perspiring and breathing heavily, helping you feel more comfortable and less clammy. Underarm vents open up to release built-up heat and perspiration from intense skiing or climbing. Napoleon chest pockets stash your must-have items, and the waistbelt-friendly Pack Pockets offer easy-access to accessories when you're carrying a backcountry pack. In addition, the jacket's Angel-Wing Movement and athletic fit grant you full mobility for skiing, riding, and climbing.

    • Gore-Tex Pro three-layer fabric
    • Fully taped seams
    • Athletic fit
    • Zippered underarm vents
    • Gale-Force hood with laminated wire brim
    • DriClime-lined chin guard
    • Elastic drawcord hem
    • Item #MAR00LO

    Tech Specs

    Material
    Gore-Tex Pro (3-layer)
    Seams
    fully taped
    Fit
    athletic
    Center Back Length
    29.75 in
    Hood
    yes
    Pockets
    2 chest with waterproof zippers, 2 pack-compatible hand with waterproof zips, 1 internal mesh, 1 internal zip, 1 zippered sleeve
    Venting
    zippered underarm
    Powder Skirt
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 4.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine, skiing, backcountry touring
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

    • Reviews
    • Q & A

    What do you think about this product?

    Have questions about this product?

    Long arms? This is the one.

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

    I owned a Montane Polartec Neoshell stretch shell for 1.5 years prior to this purchase, and the taped seams started to delaminate. Warrantied it and got this instead.

    I have not used yet in significant weather, but had to write a review. I always have problems finding clothes and jackets that fit given my body type; 5'11" 147lbs, 38" chest, long legs long arms (I fit a 34/35 dress shirt), shorter torso in comparison with about a 29.5" waist. Anything I buy typically I have to size up to get the arm length even though I prefer a tapered fit. The prior Montane I had was almost long enough in the arms in a size small (that was the only size left, so I made do).

    Enter this jacket. I was certain a small would not fit given the "size up" comments in the reviews, and that my chest size was on the border. But, small was the only one at a deep discount, and I hate overpaying so I took a chance on the small. IT FITS PERFECTLY. Arm length is long enough that I can stretch out with it fully zipped and it goes more than halfway down my thumbs. Built so that arms don't pull with movement. Roomy enough for me to layer my midweight down plus something else, tapered enough that it is not baggy when worn as a stand alone rain shell. Literally, it is like this jacket was designed for my body type, so if you are similar don't hesitate, do it.

    I did buy the Montane Endurance Pro shell to try on with this jacket (small as well). While arm length was about the same, it was just a touch baggy in the wrong places (arms, chest) in a way that just didn't feel good or fitted. Also, the Montanes have a super high collar that literally covers the nose (both the Endurance pro and my prior Polartec neoshell), and I found that wearing goggles I could not zip it all the way up as it was automatic fogging if I did. The Marmot is roomy enough to layer without feeling baggy (hard to explain, both have room enough, but the Marmot is cut just right so it is roomy enough without feeling baggy in those areas - trying on both my wife noted this right away). The Marmot also has a high collar, but standing straight and relaxed it comes to the bottom of my upper lip, which for me is just perfect - can duck my nose in for extra coverage if needed, perfect coverage for no-fog when wearing goggles.

    Features are more than most technical shells, with inclusion of a waist gaiter (seems most alpine shells don't have them, but for the snowboarder that I am it is a plus). Two inside pockets (one is an open mesh for goggles), 4 outer pockets and an extra sleeve pocket to boot. I am in love with this shell. I don't think there is anything I could do to design it better.

    Thank you to Marmot for a job well done. Thank you backcountry for the excellent sales team, taking care of my warranty issue, and getting this out to me. You guys rock.

    One of the Best

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: medium
    • Height: 5'11"
    • Weight: 190lbs

    I use this jacket primarily for splitboarding and backpacking in Tahoe. Amazingly versatile. Weather proof and breaths very well. I bought the large first and returned for a medium. I like to layer thin pieces instead of larger bulky layers. I am a very athletic cut and the Medium works perfect even in sub freezing temps with layering. If I were to need heavier layering, Id possibly prefer a large but in all the situations Ive been in the Medium has fit great and has nice trim lines. Pocket design is perfect with lots of options and I love the high neck zip which can almost cover my whole face with goggles on if needed.

    Marmot really crushed it with the features on this jacket and it is the best shell I have ever owned in 25 years of gear geeking.

    One of the Best

    Love pocket configuration

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Small
    • Height: 5'6"
    • Weight: 135lbs

    The pocket configuration is what sold me on this jacket. Two options for your cell phone in the chest area -- when I use an avalanche beacon I can have my phone on the other side which is ideal. Aside from that this is the standard high-end ski jacket, which is to say it has what you need.

    My New LT Relationship

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Size Bought: XL
    • Height: 6'3"
    • Weight: 220lbs

    Was looking for my next long term ski jacket for all conditions as my 20 year old Patagonia shell was stolen/lost (I'm not sure exactly what happened to it). I shopped a lot online and narrowed it down to this one and another from ArcT. Ordered both and they were very similar except I liked the hand warmer pockets (the other didn't have them) and I also liked that you can hide your face in the top to get out of the wind-the other jacket, the top is right against your face tight when it's all zipped up. Hood is great and fits a helmet well. I've skied 5 days in it and have no complaints at all. I'm sure the Gore Tex Pro will do well in the snow, but I haven't skied it in anything heavy yet. Great value too.

    Great shell but...

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 6'0"
    • Weight: 195lbs

    Outstanding shell and I was really looking forward to wearing it. Unfortunately, it's a bit tight in the armpit area. I'm 6', 195, and ordered a size large. I have an Arcteryx Rush shell in large that just fits me better. I still really like Marmot product, though.

    Love this shell!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Latge
    • Height: 6'
    • Weight: 173lbs

    I ordered a large. I'm 6' 173. Fits great with two or three base layers. Love the helmet hood. Skied some very cold and windy days this year on the east coast. The hood really helps to hold in the body heat. I had some reservations at first as I prefer the hood to be detachable (which it's not). However, I never noticed it unless I was using it. Highly recommend this coat. Marmot makes great products! BTW, the customer service at Backcountry is second to none. Keep up the great work guys!

    Great Hardshell, some major flaws

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit: Runs small

    This jacket is dope. And I wanted to love it, however there were some issues that prevented me from keeping it. 70d face fabric and all the pockets were amazing. Really nice coat for the money. However.
    FITTING:
    I got the XL and STILL.... the shoulders on this are made for a child. If you're a little guy this will work. I'm a 5'10 well built man but by no means a giant, and this shit still squeezed my shoulders.
    A medium in the Theta AR = Large in Marmot Alpinist. The alpinist is also an inch or so longer without being constrictive, which I love. I would consider this a more tailored fit especially after trying on Arc' beta and many other coats.

    Aside from the very poor shoulder fit, the cuff velcro is something you'd find at a dollar store. Everything on this coat is nice it's shocking they'd use such a cheaply done material here. It's such a sorry excuse for velcro I may have returned it just after noticing that.

    Unanswered Question

    My son and I are going to climb Aconcagua in January, 2016. Which hard shell jacket/hood would you recommend?
    Peter R.

    This is the Winter 2015/2016 Alpinist, right? I thought this year it was coming with a (removable) powder skirt?

    Hey Matthew,



    This is the 2016 Marmot Alpinist Jacket and it comes with a zip-off powder skirt.



    Feel free to contact me directly with any more questions about the Marmot Jackets or if you are interested in setting up an order.



    Kyle

    Expert Gearhead

    klivingston@backcountry.com

    801-736-4337