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Marmot
Prospect Coat - Women's

4.328571428571428 out of 5 stars
70 Reviews
Current price: $247.48 Original price: $549.95
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Color:Purple Fig

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Why We Like The Prospect Coat

Sub-zero temps and heavy snowfall don't get us down when we're zipped in the Prospect Coat. The breathable waterproofing keeps wet flakes from soaking through and stops condensation from forming underneath. With a knee-length hem and a cinchable hood, this winter warrior keeps our body heat protected from icy gusts as we trudge to work.


Details

  • Cozy winter jacket for chilly commutes
  • Breathable membrane provides waterproof protection
  • Lightweight material supplies soft next-to-skin feel
  • Water-resistant down insulation gives reliable warmth
  • Side zippers and two-way center zipper offer ventilation
  • Removable hood offers style and coverage options
  • Zippered pockets secure smaller essentials
  • Item #MARZ9ED
Material
[membrane/laminate] MemBrain 2L [face fabric] 100% polyester
Insulation
800-fill goose down with Down Defender
Waterproof Rating
10,000mm
Breathability Rating
10,000g
Fit
regular
Length
knee
Center Back Length
44.5in
Hood
removable, single-pull adjustment
Pockets
2 zippered handwarmer, 1 zippered internal
Venting
side zippers, two-way center front zipper
Claimed Weight
2lb 11.8oz
Recommended Use
casual
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

Overall Rating

4.5 based on 71 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 4 reviews
2 Stars - 3 reviews
3 Stars - 6 reviews
4 Stars - 10 reviews
5 Stars - 48 reviews

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5 out of 5 stars

February 14, 2024

Just right fit, length, and weight.

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I hesitated on this coat for a long time because of the length. I am 5'4" and thought this coat would be too long. It comes between my knee and ankle, which was perfect. I agree with one of the reviewers that this coat works well for petite people because of the placement of the pockets. For me, pockets were perfect. After trying 4 different winter coats and a couple of raincoats from Marmot, my impression is that Marmot in general are better fit for people taller than me with long arms, so pockets on this coat was a happy surprise find for me. Sleeve length was a bit long, but it wasn't the longest among the coats I tried. I like that this one has a detachable hood, because jackets with attached hood had high neck that wouldn't lay flat and stood a bit too tall. I also like that although the coat has tapered shape with narrower waist, it had enough room for layers. It is not too puffy, but still a warm coat. I ordered black, which was a bit too flat/matte unlike other black coats I tried from Marmot. It's a really great coat overall.

WillowL
marmot.com

Originally reviewed on marmot.com

5 out of 5 stars

February 11, 2024

Best coat for brutal Colorado winter

I have researched and researched winter coats, and kept coming back to this one. I am so glad I finally purchased because this coat is amazing. I am 5'5 140 lbs, and a B cup, and I carry my weight around belly/hips/thights. The Medium fits exactly as I hoped it would. There is enough space to wear additional layers, but this coat is so warm and cozy that I have NOT needed to--it's really game changing if you live in place with brutal winters. I would reccomend this to anyone and everyone looking for a coat that provides significant warmth. A+ to Marmot for this coat, I am very pleased with my purchase. I noticed there were some complaints about the pocket placement, and maybe if you're a taller gal, it's more of an issue? But at my height (average height, 5'5) plus the depth the pockets, everything feels quite normal and comfortable, literally zero issues. 10/10!

Bogertondog
marmot.com

Originally reviewed on marmot.com

2 out of 5 stars

February 3, 2024

Snaps on hood not useable

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I just purchased this in Med, I usually wear a Small but sized up due to reviews. The size was OK but the snaps on the hood are not useable. It is hard to make them snap and then very hard to get them to open. I cannot imagine trying to do it in the cold. I am sorry to have to return this beautiful coat.

Tweed28
marmot.com

Originally reviewed on marmot.com

2 out of 5 stars

January 4, 2024

Filling shifts and not very warm

I purchased this jacket and have worn it for 1.5 winters. I am disappointed in the long term wear of the coat as the filling has shifted and leaves cold spots. Even before it shifted, I found it not as warm as the coat I was replacing. Now that it has cold spots, I wear my old coat on very cold days. I do not recommend this coat.

Coats
marmot.com

Originally reviewed on marmot.com

5 out of 5 stars

December 12, 2023

Buy it if you are petite

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I am 5 feet tall, 117 lbs. struggling to find a maxi coat that does not make me look like a toddler wearing adult clothes. What j love most about this coat is that it has side pockets high and when I wear the coat, the pockets are right above my hips, which makes me look well proportioned. The coat itself is highly breathable and lightweight. I have Patagonia Silent down coat of the same size XS and I think this Marmot is more breathable and equally warm. The design with zippers near at the bottoms allow me to walk freely in high snow. I wore it in 29F today and I feel toasty. Hope it keeps me warm in oF

Nu Tran
marmot.com

Originally reviewed on marmot.com

5 out of 5 stars

November 21, 2023

Love it

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Extremely wam. Fits great. I am 5’6” and 135 lbs and I can fit a sweater very comfortably under the size small coat. Love the color as well.

Tiana
marmot.com

Originally reviewed on marmot.com

5 out of 5 stars

October 20, 2023

Nice coat

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I bought this coat for my wife. She likes it a lot. It's very warm and light. Good quality!

Dylann
marmot.com

Originally reviewed on marmot.com

2 out of 5 stars

October 2, 2023

Cut at least a size small

Cut at least a size small, pockets weirdly high. Otherwise, a beautiful coat. But those are big buts.

Jolene
marmot.com

Originally reviewed on marmot.com

5 out of 5 stars

May 19, 2023

Gorgeous!

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Gorgeous! Great fit and color. I’m 5’6” and in between sizes m and L. I got the size 10/L and it’s a perfect fit. Super nice quality of course. And just perfect for winter.

Essie
marmot.com

Originally reviewed on marmot.com

4 out of 5 stars

March 19, 2023

Great except pockets

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] After that brutal December blizzard, the dog got booties and mama got a new coat. It has performed very well in Iowa in minus 11 with 40 mph winds, heavy wet snow, sleet, and light rain. My jacket was okay but I didn’t want to add pants or bibs to take the dog out. I chose the 45” Prospect because the 38” Chelsea lacked an interior pocket and the 40” Montreaux wasn’t windproof. I like 800 fill and this matte fabric, no noisy gortex. I read all reviews noting fit, zippers, pockets, snaps, and stains. I agree the coat feels snug in the upper chest and arms (compared to my jackets). No zipper or stain issues ever (my 5th Marmot since 2011). Hood snaps are a bit tricky, but a thumb under each side, before gloves, is working. And I prefer snaps over Velcro lint. On pockets, I agree they look odd placed so high up on the chest. The picture shows the 8 ½ prospect welt pocket next to a 6 ½ in pocket. I’m adjusting to using them but dropped a star as I think they need to be re-evaluated. Wish I’d had this coat when I commuted and traipsed around campuses. It’s warm and comfortable.

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cold wind
marmot.com

Originally reviewed on marmot.com