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Marmot Freerider Jacket - Men's

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    7 Reviews


    They can take your pass, but they can never take your FREEEEEEDOOM!

    Marmot made the Men's Freerider Jacket with a waterproof-and-breathable Gore-Tex two-layer membrane for charging into endless storm cycles that drop wet, heavy snow on your local resort or feet of cold smoke on your best-beloved backcountry lines. Fully taped seams prevent moisture from sneaking through microscopic gaps in the nylon fabric, and a powder skirt makes sure blower doesn't fly up into your baselayers when the pow is piling up and the wind is howling. Marmot also lined the collar with soft brushed tricot, engineered the hood to interface seamlessly with helmets, and included a unique zippered neck gusset to increase comfort and ventilation when you're hiking or riding with the hood up.

    Speaking of ventilation, the Freedrider also features underarm vents with water-resistant zips, so you can let heat escape without allowing storm snow to blow in while you're booting up a couloir and putting in storm-riding hours, respectively. Marmot's famous Angel-Wing Movement allows you to raise your arms without exposing your waist to the elements, and a series of pack-compatible chest, sleeve, hem, and internal pockets let you access your gear even when you're loaded up for backcountry missions. As a resort-friendly touch, Marmot even included a Recco reflector, which can make for easier rescues in in-bounds accidents.

    • Gore-Tex two-later waterproof and breathable membrane
    • Nylon face fabric with fully taped seams
    • Underarm zips and Angel-Wing ergonomic movement
    • Powder skirt
    • Zippered neck gusset
    • Helmet-compatible hood with a brushed tricot collar lining
    • Recco reflector
    • Hand, hem, sleeve, and internal pockets
    • Item #MAR00M8

    Tech Specs

    [membrane/laminate] Gore-Tex (2-layer), [face fabric] 100% nylon
    fully taped
    Center Back Length
    31 in
    yes, helmet compatible, laminated brim
    [external] 2 pack-compatible hand, 1 hem, 1 sleeve, [internal] 1 goggle
    underarm zips
    Powder Skirt
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 12.2 oz
    Recommended Use
    backcountry touring, skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Nice, not great

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: Medium
    • Height: 5'7"
    • Weight: 170lbs

    I liked the color, and it has the features I was looking for, but ultimately the fit was a little longer than I wanted. Pit zips were a little bit of trouble. In the end it seemed like an adequate jacket, but it didn't match the fit and finish of the OR white room, which is a bit shorter, and appears better constructed.

    Great Jacket

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: True to size
    • Size Bought: L
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 190lbs

    Great Jacket. Live in Seattle and use it for rain and wet snow ski days. Liner makes it a great feel over just a polo or tshirt unlike most Goretex shells. Hood is awesome, big enough for helmet and also adjustable for everyday use. Under arm zippers feel a bit stiff and bulky when you first put it on but I got over it.

    First Jacket I have owed

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 6'
    • Weight: 209lbs

    The large I bought is very close could have been a little bigger in front waist.xl would have baggy in arms.length was long.tough constructed jacket

    Solid Jacket

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Large
    • Height: 6'2"
    • Weight: 185lbs

    Very tough outer layer, great colors. Definitely a heavy jacket for a shell.

    The cut is fairly long, no issue with the sleeve length like others indicate (I have 34" shirts).

    Fit is definitely on the smaller side only due to high and narrow armpits. I went with an XL and I still wish the coat had more room in the armpits (44" chest should not be that tight in XL) especially with layers. The XL leaves a lot of midsection room for trimmer people.

    I have yet to find a good use for the second zip at the collar , and the roughness of both zips at the collar is very annoying. On a cold day (~5 F) they can rub your nose raw. There aren't proper zipper garages and protective fleece/rounded edges. update: if you leave the second zipper open, it works like a neck gaiter but away from your face.

    Otherwise, high quality and very burly outer fabric -- would take a lot to rip it.

    Great Jacket, Shell+

    • Fit: True to size

    Although I have not used it on the mountain yet, I know it will be great. I say Shell+ because it has a very thin fleece/mesh liner throughout the jacket. Had and sold a different Marmot shell from last season as it did not seem warm enough, it was missing the liner. Fits me very true to other Marmot products. Love the color.

    Great Jacket, Bad Fit

    • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
    • Fit: Runs small
    • Size Bought: Small
    • Height: 5'7"
    • Weight: 140lbs

    This is a really nice jacket. It feels good and has great features. Lots of good pockets, a nice size hood, and a good powder skirt.

    The downsides is the review video from marmot said it has mesh under the pit vents but it does not. No wrist gaiters (although I knew this).

    The big problem for me is the sleeves are ridiculously short. It is basically impossible to keep coverage over the gloves so I am guessing keeping snow out would be impossible. But the rest of the jacket fits great and allows for the layers I would want. So upping the size doesn't seem like it would really work for me.

    If the fit is right it would be good. But just doesn't fit the bill.

    I have to agree. Thanks to your review, I tried it on at the Marmot store. At 5'9" and 170 I'm a medium in basically everything. The medium fit like a sausage casing in the chest and was fine everywhere else. The large made me look like a 9th grader who borrowed his dad's jacket.