Reviewed by TN Ed from Tennessee on Wednesday, December 9, 2015
This makes the fourth one of these I have purchased. Lightweight, wind proof, warm and it wicks moisture like nothing else. The Driclime wind shirt is simply the best layering garment on the market and has been for years. Try one, you won't regret it, especially at STP prices.
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Reviewed by Mr Chuck from Boston on Saturday, May 21, 2016
Windbloc works great. Light insulation and no hand pockets make it a great mid layer. Chest pocket for phone or glasses. Permanent mesh pit zips. Easy to take and easy to wear. How come I didn't get this before?
Reviewed by Anthony R from NYC on Monday, May 9, 2016
Very happy with the quality and performance of this windshirt. I love the breathability of the mesh underarm area - it quickly dissipates excess heat. The jacket repels a light rain over short periods of time - I have not worn it under conditions of extended precipitation and don't know how long it would take to wet out. It's great to have on when the wind picks up and things cool down. The inner liner is very comfortable. Although everyone varies in their preferences, I would not wear this item in temperatures above the upper 50s especially if active. If I could change one thing it would be the location of the breast pocket which I find rides a little low but an otherwise excellent tool for the outdoors.
Reviewed by Andy from Taiwan on Friday, April 29, 2016
This is my 2nd windshirt but different color. I also have Driclime Ether.
It's black with inobivious grid, and the driclime fleece is black, too.
so you won't be notice that your inner driclime out from your cuff.
Reviewed by jockson from Portland,Oregon(OR) on Tuesday, April 26, 2016
i bought Marmot Driclime because my friends suggested. when i got it, i found it was perfectly suit to my waist 33 . and it is windproof and small rainproof.i am satisfied with it. the only disappointed is no pocket.where to put my hands?
Yes. I use mine all the time for winter backpacking and running.
Answered on 12/13/2015 4:51:12 PM by Jim Bean from North Carolina
Sorry there is not a temperature rating. Most manufacturers do not have temperature ratings for their garments or footwear due to the number of factors that affect how warm a garment may keep you.
Answered on 12/14/2015 11:00:46 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
Yes, if you used it as a base or mid layer. It is too light to stand up to that kind of cold on its own.
Answered on 12/14/2015 9:29:39 PM by TN Ed from Tennessee
It really depends upon the temperature and wind factor. This jacket has a thin layer of polyester bonded to a nylon layer so it offers some warmth and wind resistance. In a sunny windless situation it would be great for running. I use it as a middle layer for winter hiking and for cool early mornings in summer. Unlike the other Marmot DriClime jacket I've had for over 10 years it does not have any pockets.
Answered on 12/15/2015 9:04:40 AM by Dexhiker from Massachusetts
This shirt was purchased for my son. He has not experienced a Montana winter but thinks it might be great for running in a very cold weather.
Answered on 1/1/2016 12:34:45 PM by Colorado purchaser from Colorado