Marmot Quasar Nova Down Jacket - Women's

Marmot Quasar Nova Down Jacket - Women's
Marmot Quasar Nova Down Jacket - Women's
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Quasar Nova Down Jacket - Women's by Marmot
Packing ridiculous warmth into a feathery-light design, the Marmot Women's Quasar Nova Down Jacket is an ideal companion for adventurous cold-weather activities, such as alpine skiing, backcountry touring, and wintertime camping. 800-fill goose down maintains superior heat-trapping loft without the excess weight of its synthetic counterparts. The 20 denier nylon shell employs baffles to eliminate cold spots resulting when the down insulation migrates and balls up together. Marmot's Angel Wing Movement is a specific patterning that maintains full range of motion for high-octane activities, making this jacket a favorite for skiing and cold-weather climbing. And when it's time to hit the road for a new alpine destination, simply fold this jacket into its hand pocket for low-bulk storage in your pack.

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SKU: MAR015N
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