Marmot Headwall Jacket - Men's

Marmot Headwall Jacket - Men's
$324.95
Headwall Jacket - Men's by Marmot
Price subject to change | SKU: MAR00NJ

Marmot Headwall Jacket - Men's

Stay out on the mountain in nasty conditions without succumbing to cold, clammy discomfort with the Marmot Men's Headwall Jacket. Specifically designed for light and fast ski tours, long days lapping the resort, and cold-weather climbing missions, the Headwall Jacket features an air-permeable NanoPro MemBrain and Air-exchange breathable lining to facilitate the evaporation of perspiration while simultaneously blocking outside moisture from dampening your core. It's not only fully waterproof (10,000 mm), but more importantly, it's much more breathable (20,000g/m2) than before, with a 140% increase in breathability over Marmot's previous 2. 5-layer laminate technology. Trapping body heat for a pleasantly warm skiing and riding experience, the jacket's PrimaLoft Silver insulation offers low-bulk warmth during sub-freezing winter temperatures. Unlike down insulation, PrimaLoft Silver retains maximum warmth through damp to soaking wet conditions, meaning you'll stay nice and warm, no matter if it's dumping snow or spitting sleet outside. Fully sealed seams prevent outside moisture from seeping through the jacket's tiniest seam cracks, keeping your core nice and dry through widely varying winter conditions. Toss in a variety of convenient storage for a lightweight, waterproof, and incredibly breathable jacket that's super-functional on the mountain.

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