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About Marmot Cornice Gore-Tex® Jacket - Waterproof (For Men)

Closeouts. Marmot's versatile Cornice jacket thrives as a snowsport or backcountry shell thanks to Gore-Tex® waterproof breathable Performance Shell fabric, fully seam-sealed construction and removable powder skirt.

Specs about Marmot Cornice Gore-Tex® Jacket - Waterproof (For Men)

  • Waterproof materials: Gore-Tex waterproof breathable membrane
  • Seam sealed: Full
  • Pit zips
  • Closure: Two-way,Zipper,YKK®
  • Zipper: Right
  • Length: 30" (based on size large)
  • Fabric: 100% polyester
  • Lining: 100% polyester
  • Care: Machine wash/dry
  • Total weight: 1 lb. 14 oz.
  • Made in China
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  • Cannot ship to Australia
  • Cannot ship to New Zealand

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4.673469 5 Overall Rating: 4.7 Based on 147 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Outing Clubber from Boston, MA on Sunday, March 27, 2011
Excellent shell. Extremely warm, unbelievably windproof, completely waterproof.

Sizing is larger than "casual clothing" but perfect for outdoor use. Shells should be slightly long (in chest and sleeves) so you don't get wet! Just don't expect a tight fit. I'm 6' and 170 lbs, and the Medium fits me ... Read More
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Utah powderhound from Utah on Thursday, February 18, 2016
    This is my fifth Marmot shell. While it's not their very best, it's highly functional with most of the usual features. I do miss the water bottle pocket that was on my prior Marmot shell. I've worn this one about a week skiing and it moves well, breathes well, etc. I can't speak to the most demanding weather conditions as it's been 20-40 degrees at the slopes. It's also cut generously for layering and being chunky. lol.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by phishphan from Tacoma, WA on Monday, February 1, 2016
    This is a wonderful rain jacket. I live in western Washington (state) so rain is pretty typical. The jacket is heavier than what I like if I was going backpacking, but it is as advertised. I wear large t-shirts, medium/large jackets. This large feels a little big. Overall, very happy. The real question becomes how long will it stay water repellent.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Sam from Tennessee on Friday, December 4, 2015
    I recently got this jacket and I love it. It is surprisingly lightweight and it fits great. Only con is I personally like elastic cuffs or at least half elastic cuffs and this jacket lacks that. All in all that is merely a minor preference detail. The jacket is fantastic, I can't wait to put it to the test more.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Westcoast Dezzy from British Columbia on Sunday, November 29, 2015
    I am 5'10" 190 lbs, very broad shoulders. I got a jacket, and it fits pretty baggy. I would go for a medium if i wsnt using this for snowboarding. Its pretty baggy in the arms for carrying a pack.
  • Reviewed by Geezer71 from Boston area on Saturday, April 11, 2015
    This is an extremely well-made and detailed jacket. The blue color is straightforwardly nice.

    The jacket is slightly heavy and hard to put on for a rain jacket. Were I a new buyer I would consider similar products of Scandinavian design, also available at STP.

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  • Question “Will a ski helmet fit under the hood?”

    Asked on 3/31/2015 7:57:38 AM by Mark, skier from NH
    • Answer With my husband's bulky helmet it won't close under the chin. With the newer flat helmets it might close. It is very close.
      Answered on 3/31/2015 1:28:20 PM by Lanjo from Montana
    • Answer Yes, and the hood has dual adjustments to snug down the rim and another one at the back.
      Answered on 4/1/2015 8:53:54 PM by PhotoRick from Colorado
    • Answer I'm sorry, I don't know. I don't ski. The hood seems fairly large, I would think maybe.
      Answered on 4/4/2015 8:16:09 AM by NMHiker1 from New Mexico
    • Answer I tried mine on without the hood. I found on me there is some room around the front of my neck. I am a woman, it may fit a man different. The collar stands up when zipped up. The collar does have a nice soft lining. If wind is an issue I do use a scarf or one of the Buff products as a turtleneck and head covering. In very cold weather I do wear a liner jacket.
      Answered on 2/21/2015 5:52:27 AM by NMHiker1 from New Mexico
    • Answer The collar is snug. The coat is roomy but being active and using for everything from skiing to biking to work on inclement days, I really like it. The hood is great because you can take it off which makes the coat look nicer with the collar fitting tight. But when you nee the hood like I did in the upper Midwest when temps plummeted this last week, it can be handy to have attached.
      Answered on 2/21/2015 8:23:00 AM by Johnwyo from Wyoming
    • Answer There is space but not too much. You can tuck your chin into the collar. My husband wears the coat without the hood and likes how it fits.
      Answered on 2/21/2015 8:48:35 AM by Lanjo from Montana
    • Answer Well I took the hood off and zipped up the jacket and t's very nice fitting on my neck. My neck is about a size 17" XL jacket.. Hope this helps.
      Answered on 2/21/2015 8:46:27 PM by Nana & Papa from Washington (12th Man)
    • Answer The collar is designed to store the hood or the hood can be unzipped and completely removed. Either way it is comfortably snug, at least on my neck. My shirts are a 16" neck size and I have the large size jacket.
      Answered on 2/22/2015 8:12:44 PM by PhotoRick from Colorado
  • Question “Regarding the pit vents - where do they start and end?”

    Asked on 2/16/2015 9:59:36 PM by mikiek from SE Texas
    • Answer I have the Large size. The pits are 12" in length, with 6" below my armpit and 6" above.
      Answered on 2/16/2015 10:21:05 PM by PhotoRick from Colorado
    • Answer Approximately a foot from the hem and and a foot from the cuff of the sleeve.
      Answered on 2/16/2015 11:23:42 PM by Lanjo from Montana
    • Answer There are.no pit vents on this jacket...
      Answered on 2/17/2015 4:48:50 AM by Ralph from New York
    • Answer They start on the arm and end just past my chest.. I measured the zipper it is 12" long.
      Answered on 2/17/2015 6:14:39 AM by NMHiker1 from New Mexico
  • Question “What Marmot insulated jackets will zip in to this shell? ”

    Asked on 12/26/2014 12:00:12 PM by RobC from Ohio
    • Answer Good question...I'd like to know the same thing..
      Answered on 12/26/2014 12:47:38 PM by mojo199 from PA
    • Answer I am looking for the same answer. Perhaps Marmot knows.
      Answered on 12/26/2014 11:12:02 PM by MeticulousBuyer from Chicago,IL
    • Answer Me too! Any staff experts out there?!
      Answered on 12/27/2014 9:23:59 AM by Joe from New York
    • Answer I've had the pleasure of zipping a Marmot Caldera jacket (also sold on STP) into this shell. Works like a charm. Highly recommended.
      Answered on 2/16/2015 11:55:27 AM by Tony from San Jose, CA
    • Answer Mark, I really don't know. On the Sierra page it says Performance shell fabric. Maybe Marmot just changed the way they do the logo on the arm. I just don't know this is my first shell from them.
      Answered on 11/24/2014 9:04:33 AM by NMHiker1 from New Mexico
    • Answer I've been using this in Jackson, WY. The one I bought is Gore-Tex. It was sewn in the arm and was a tag on the garment itself.

      I've been using it to bike ride to work in and it was great in 20 degree days with a Marmot vest in it. Now with snow piling up, I look forward to skiing it the same way this winter with the vest.
      Answered on 11/24/2014 3:17:28 PM by Johnwyo from Wyoming
  • Question ““What do you have now (Fall 2014) that will zip into this jacket as a liner?” ”

    Asked on 9/22/2014 12:45:08 PM by PStar from WNY
    • Answer hi paul
      I tried Sierra and they don't have a liner, and they suggested an outfit in Canada (I'm from Canada) I contacted them and they never got back to me. I would be very interested in a liner, because I am very pleased with the jacket. The water repellence is fabulous.
      Answered on 9/22/2014 5:07:04 PM by dave the perigrinator from ontario canada
    • Answer A Marmot Lander Jacket - Polartec® Fleece
      Answered on 9/22/2014 5:46:01 PM by patrickgf from norwalk, CT
    • Answer Marmot Caldera jacket. Works like a charm for me. Caldera jacket itself is also nice to wear on its own (i.e. a night out on the town).
      Answered on 2/16/2015 11:57:16 AM by Tony from San Jose, CA
  • Question “Why no numeric waterproof and breathable ratings?”

    Asked on 9/19/2014 8:53:13 AM by Rider in the Rain from Minnesota
    • Answer I'm not sure why no numeric ratings. But, I have a ski friend that used this jacket last season and he is extremely pleased with it's performance. During wet, heavy snow days, he claims great sealing and is perfectly dry in it especially on shoulders/back and on top of arms. Also, it's "wear" factor is great. Though a slightly lighter weight material than some other brands, "surface" wear is great, particularly at front zipper and pockets, and at the wrist cuff.
      Answered on 9/19/2014 10:08:49 AM by Capn Flap from Snowbird, Utah
    • Answer Sierra Trading Post provide a waterproof rating by brand, by material type at:
      Answered on 9/19/2014 6:22:00 PM by patrickgf from Norwalk, CT
    • Answer Unfortunately I have through the tags away, i cannot show the technical datds for these rating.
      But the jacket really perform good under rain in waterproof, and it breathe good. I once ran und medium rain without umbrella and I am still dry. For waterproof I would prefer 4.9 for 5.
      As for the breathable, I rather prefer 4, as a conice jacket it is perfect but of course it cannot compara with pure cotton.

      Answered on 9/20/2014 12:29:03 PM by Bin from Shanghai
  • Question “What does it have for pockets? I like to carry my " Seattle Sombreo " ....”

    Asked on 4/25/2014 7:27:43 AM by Kryder from Pacific NW
    • Answer The Marmot jacket has two side pockets that are a bit deeper/larger than normal. I do not know what a " Seattle Sombreo " is, but I carry my fluffy fleece gloves in the pockets with no problems.
      Answered on 4/25/2014 7:42:56 AM by Jack from Michigan from Michigan
    • Answer Standard outside pockets plus 2 inside. although if you zip in a liner I couldn't access one of my inside pockets. I'm looking for a lighter weight liner too.
      The Northface Denali works for really cold weather but once I get back into skiing I need something a bit less weight.
      Answered on 4/25/2014 7:42:57 AM by SiteCR2 from Colorado
    • Answer I don't know what a 'Seattle Sombreo' is - but you should have plenty with this jacket. There are two chest pockets and two hand pockets on the outside + a zippered chest pocket on the inside for security items. Pockets and zippers seem to be well designed and function well.
      Answered on 4/25/2014 8:20:37 AM by Outdoor enthusiast from Illinois
    • Answer Two pockets (one on each side) lower part of jacket. Zip and velcro closures. One vertical zip left breast pocket on outside as well. One interior vertical zip pocket inside right.
      Answered on 4/25/2014 9:14:42 AM by Jim Up North from Michigan
    • Answer It has 1 small zippered pocket over your heart, and 2 zippered and velcroed side pockets which are lined and quite deep. There is no inside pocket.
      Hope this helps.
      Answered on 4/25/2014 10:29:22 AM by dave the perigrinator from Ontario Canada
    • Answer Hmmm not sure what a Seattle Sombreo is, but I can say that if you have belly strap on your pack the pockets are still useable as is difficult with most similar products...I don't think you can carry hat to do Mexican Hat dance though!!!!!
      Answered on 4/25/2014 11:32:32 AM by avid hiker from New Hampshire
    • Answer This is a great jacket and the pockets are normal size, fine for hands and small stuff. Your hat would probably fit into one of the two side pockets but it would have to be rolled and folded.
      Answered on 4/25/2014 6:25:32 PM by Dogman from Northern California
    • Answer Typical side hand pockets pretty small, but deeper than my Northface shell. A Napoleon chest pocket large enough for my smartphone and one mesh internal chest pocket. If you have a small dome then maybe you could compact the sombrero enough to squish into one of the hand pockets.
      Answered on 4/26/2014 8:25:05 PM by Eric the Yooper from Say ya to da UP eh
    • Answer Here are the pockets. Two lover pockets lined with the same material as the collar. Very comfy. Inside upper pocket lined in mesh. Outside upper pocket lined between the two membrane panels of the jacket. Also, you could stow it in the hood zip pocket.
      There is not a rear pocket.
      Answered on 4/27/2014 12:30:39 AM by desertdaddio from Minneapolis, MN
    • Answer Read the description:
      Welded zip chest pockets,
      Zip handwarmer pockets
      Answered on 4/27/2014 4:46:15 AM by patrickgf from Norwalk, CT
    • Answer Has two average size hand pockets and one smaller upper. They seal well
      Answered on 5/2/2014 3:35:01 PM by northshoregreg from minnesota
    • Answer For a shell, with a median weight sweat on, the Marmot Cornice Jacket keeps me warm to around zero.
      Answered on 1/25/2014 2:55:33 PM by Aspen Dave from Colorado
    • Answer Item 6551D is not compatible with this item.
      Answered on 1/27/2014 1:12:51 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • Answer Try the Marmot Caldera jacket, item #5803R
      Answered on 2/16/2015 11:58:14 AM by Tony from San Jose, CA
    • Answer I tad bit shorter 5'10" and currently hovering around 180lbs due to a back injury. With My Denali fleece underneath the jacket is a bit snug with just a flannel shirt on. Zipping it up is doable but snug. Once zipped I can move around easily to include shoveling snow or playing w/ the dogs.

      Arm length for me is a tad long but with the fleece underneath it, perfect. As I continue to drop weight (normal weight is around 172) I expect this to be a perfect fit for me. I don't have wide shoulders and medium is my normal T-shirt size.
      Answered on 1/9/2014 9:40:27 AM by SiteCR2 from Colorado Springs