Closeouts. Marmot's Arcs jacket is made for carving high speed turns on cold days. The waterproof breathable shell has a clean look with waterproof zips and features durable, warm Thermal R insulation.
Reviewed by first timer from Colorado on Monday, March 31, 2014
I bought this jacket for snowboarding. It was my first time snowboarding, so I fell (alot!!) It is great! I stayed warm and dry all day. I had my phone in the media pocket and I also had a camera in the outer chest pocket. Both stayed dry all day. LOVED the color. I bought the marine blue. Nice and bright and there is even a swirl design on parts of the fabric.
Reviewed by Windnanc from Frisco, CO on Saturday, March 29, 2014
I ordered this in green lime which accurately describes this very bright and intense color, not yellow as it appears online. Looks great with purple pants to match the zippers or various other colors. Fits true to size and has a light fluffy feel but fabric still seems durable. All the technical features are included - warm, pockets, pit zips, powder skirt, wrist gaiters, hood, waterproof, as well as feminine details - diagonal stitching and subtle paisley design on arms and hood. This is my new favorite ski jacket.
Reviewed by Christy from Washington DC on Saturday, March 22, 2014
This is a nice jacket I bought for skiing. It fits well and is warm enough if you have good base layers. The things I didn't quite like about it is that it doesn't have as many useful pockets as some other ski jackets I have on the inside, and the hood is not insulated. In fact, I bought this exact same jacket in a different color (lime green with purple trim) and that one did have an insulated hood and seemed a bit heavier weight. I checked the tags and this one is a different year (one was 2012 and one 2013). I'm not sure, but I think this one is 2013 and thus they reduced the quality in the jacket a bit, as it's hard to believe it depends on the color. In any case, the lime green one is better quality, I just preferred this color. Also, it isn't super waterproof, which I found out when skiing while snowing one day.