Marmot Sugarbush Jacket- Men's

Marmot Sugarbush Jacket- Men's
Marmot Sugarbush Jacket- Men's
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Sugarbush Jacket- Men's by Marmot
Bringing to mind slopeside waffles, rolling Green Mountain views, and tight, old-fashioned tree lines, the Marmot Men's Sugarbush Jacket won't shy away from bulletproof ice or grey, bitter days. When you show up at your hometown hill to lay your edges down on wintry mix over hardpack, the Sugarbush will accompany you loyally, its two-layer MemBrain waterproof fabric sealing out sleet, snow, and the occasional raindrops while still giving you room to breathe when you warm up. Marmot cuts the Sugarbush to accommodate any layering combination you need, be it fleece and down for frigid summit lift rides or a slim merino baselayer on a spring day. It also adds valuable PitZips to keep air moving when you're earning whoops from the chairlift on a leg-burning bump run, along with a powder skirt to keep that heavy Nor'Easter storm snow under your skis and not inside your jacket. A wealth of roomy pockets keep your pass, phone, and favorite midday snacks handy on the days the snow is too good to take a lunch break, and the adjustable waist hem and arm cuffs allow you to dial in just the right fit to keep you shredding in comfort.

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