Marmot La Meije Jacket - Men's

Marmot La Meije Jacket - Men's
$549.95
La Meije Jacket - Men's by Marmot
Price subject to change | SKU: MAR00V5

Marmot La Meije Jacket - Men's

Named after the second highest mountain in the Ecrins range--not to mention, this same mountain is home to some seriously burly skiing--the Marmot Men's La Meije Jacket is designed to tackle tough vert, cliff jumps, and bottomless pow alike. First and foremost, the jacket boasts a Gore-Tex Performance construction to provide fully waterproof protection and breathable performance, while the fully taped seams bolster your defense against moisture and precipitation. A removable powder skirt safeguards your baselayers and core warmth, and the hem (as well as the cuffs) are fully adjustable, meaning you're able to personalized and fine-tune your fit. However, should the temperatures begin to warm up, the La Meije is equipped with zippered underarm ventilation that assures on-the-go temperature regulation, so you don't have to forgo weatherproof protection in favor of dumping excess heat. Additionally, the jacket features Marmot's Angel-Wing Movement, a design that ensures you're able to maintain unimpeded mobility as you navigate tricky terrain. Not to mention, the pockets tout pack and harness compatibility, further advocating for the La Meije's versatility and adaptability. So whether your journey takes you to the Ecrins themselves, or simply to the backwoods of your local secret stash, the La Meije assures performance from start to finish.

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