Live Life Outside.
There's nothing quite like waking with the sun, pulling on the Marmot Women's Sierra Hooded Shirt, and sneaking out of the cabin to enjoy a few solitary hours by the river before rejoining your friends for a day full of laughter and fun. Made from a durable stretch nylon, this button-up shirt resists snags whether you're hanging out at your favorite fishing hole or on an afternoon hike with the crew. Built-in stretch and rib-knit underarm panels give you the freedom to move, whether you're casting in the early morning light or playing an impromptu game of baseball in front of the cabin. When things start heating up, roll up the sleeves and secure them with the integrated button tabs for comfort during whatever adventures the day brings.
- Enjoy weekends at the cabin with this hooded shirt
- Abrasion-resistant nylon stretch fabric
- Rib-knit panels for increased mobility
- Adjustable hood for additional sun protection
- Item #MAR012J
- Q & A
color is a bit different, love it still!
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 5'4"
- Weight: 145lbs
Love this shirt, I wear it often as a top layer, open over a t-shirt. With the sleeves rolled up it makes a great layer for the overcast, cooler, summer mornings. It's still light enough to wear most of the day. This shirt has an awesome, smooth, feel to it.
The Urban Army color is a bit darker in person, more like a forest ranger truck green, or the color of Multnomah County sheriffs light dress shirt. Still a great color!
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: XL
- Height: 5'5"
- Weight: 175lbs
The photo of the "Urban Army" color looks more like a pastel here on the website. In person it really looks like more of an army green. It's a great color, but I was looking for a much lighter color to use this as a sun shirt and help reflect the sun.
I do like the overall style though, so I might keep it anyway as a nice everyday layer rather than a sun shirt.
I would also say compared to the size chart this runs a little small (though it still fits). I would have expected it to be a bit more roomy for a sun shirt you will likely layer over another top, though you could still describe it as an average or more form fitting fit vs a looser or layering type of fit.