Marmot Featherless Component Jacket - Women's

Marmot Featherless Component Jacket - Women's
Marmot Featherless Component Jacket - Women's
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Featherless Component Jacket - Women's by Marmot
Having a down jacket on when the weather's cold is the best it gets, but the second it starts raining, that puffy quickly turns into a sloppy mess. But with the Marmot Women's Featherless Component Jacket you can enjoy all the perks of wearing down without enduring the misery of a saturated, compromised shell. The folks at Marmot were able to achieve this feat by partnering with 3M and leveraging their zip-in Thinsulate Featherless Insulation Liner Jacket, which creates the same warmth as regular down, but retains double the loft when wet. But if you don't need the extra warmth, the Thinsulate Featherless Insulation is removable, so you can take advantage of the Component Jacket's MemBrain waterproof and breathable fabric on temperate spring, summer, and fall days. This 4-season versatility, coupled with tons of storage and the ability move freely via the jacket's Angel Wing Movement, renders it the perfect choice for pillaging pow, beating the monsoon, and navigating the trail.

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SKU: MAR014Z
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