The Marmot Women's Minimalist Comp Jacket eliminates the need for a closet full of jackets by offering you three jackets in one. Crafted from Gore-Tex Paclite material, the shell is wind- and waterproof, and incredibly packable, so you never have an excuse to leave it at home. Adjustable cuffs and hood let you cinch out the elements, and the fully sealed seams prevent any moisture from seeping in. When the weather is cold and stormy, use the insulated liner inside the shell for dependable protection and cozy warmth. For dry days with a hint of chill on the air, use the liner as stand-alone piece to keep the chill at bay. The shell has a zippered chest pocket, and both the shell and liner feature zippered hand pockets, so no matter how you decide to wear the jacket you have ample room for your snacks and other essentials.
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