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Tullus Down Vest
From wandering the wintry streets of the Windy City to scoping your line on a groomer day at the ski resort, the Marmot Men's Tullus Down Vest wraps your core in water-resistant, lightweight, and toasty comfort. A polyester, ripstop construction is tenacious enough to withstand years of wear-and-tear, while its DWR-finish helps shed moisture. Additionally, the 600-fill Power Down insulation ensures you're plenty warm all day long, is treated with Down Defender to help you stay toasty even when wet. Plus, two front zippered pockets act as a cozy respite for your frozen hands when you've forgotten gloves.
- Lightweight, water-resistant vest for warm layering or solo-wear
- Polyester, ripstop fabric has DWR-finish for weather-protection
- 600-fill Power Down insulation keeps core toasty
- Front zippered pockets stash your valuables
- Item #MAR00XP
- 100% polyester ripstop, DWR treatment
- 600-fill Power Down
- Center Back Length
- 27 in
- 2 front
- Claimed Weight
- 11.2 oz
- Recommended Use
- casual, hiking & camping, skiing & snowboarding
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
March 26, 2018
fit was wrong for me
- I returned this product before using it
- Runs large
- Size Bought
- 5` 9"
- 160 lbs
Seems large and not athletic
December 6, 2017
wonderful mid layer or fashion statement
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- True to size
- Size Bought
- 5` 6"
- 145 lbs
i am happy to finally get my hands on another piece of marmot gear. i bought a men's medium in dark spruce/cilantro. i get cold very easily. so having something i can throw on at work to keep my core warm is a plus for me. i also added this as a mid layer the past few days when i was out in the arid 20*F weather. it preformed well. i was able to retain the heat in my core. gotta love down. the greens marmot came out with for this autumn/winter is very enticing. makes me want to buy the entire collection in that color scheme. but then i'd be broke, yet looking amazing and staying warm. oh the choices life deals one's self! i also have a winter camping trip in colorado in the works, a ski trip in february, and a trip to humid dallas coming up that i want to bring this along on and see how it fairs. stay tuned for answers.