Simple and effective, the Marmot Oslo Jacket features the lofty lightweight warmth of down combined with the high-performing protection of Gore-Tex. This 2-layer waterproof membrane is backed by fully taped seams, keeping moisture out of the down baffle and off your midlayers. Even so, the 700-fill down won't lose its heat-trapping loft so easily--due to a hydrophobic treatment the down resists getting soaked in wet conditions. Thanks to the articulated cut of Marmot's Angel-Wing Movement, you're guaranteed unrestricted mobility as you ski or snowboard, and the breathable nature of Gore-Tex means you won't find yourself getting stuffy and warm between laps. This insulated jacket also features an adjustable hood and water-resistant zippers. To top it all off, the Oslo boasts a sleek design that keeps your style on point during trips into town.
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