Reviewed by jon from KALAMAZOO on Tuesday, November 19, 2013
I have two. My wife has one. My mother has two. My father now has one. We love 'em and they don't have that stupid n****face logo on the jacket. If you're trying look like everyone else, go that route. If you're looking for a very high quality jacket that wears well and serves as a heavy weig...
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Reviewed by Sam from Tennessee on Wednesday, November 11, 2015
I bought this as my mid layer for cold hikes, but I've been wearing it around as well. Great quality, soft fabric, and it's keeping me very warm. It also fits perfectly over my base layer. I recommend this product. The sizing worked great, I bought a medium and I'm 5'10, 165 pounds.
Reviewed by Grindstone from Morgantown, WV on Wednesday, November 4, 2015
but I'm glad for the STP discount as it's not worth the original Marmot price. Finely constructed and finished, but still a 200 weight Polartec® fleece. It's only a few wearings and washings in and I've seen no evidence of the reported "pilling". The fit is nice for my build (a not-too-paunchy 5' 11" 185) and the sleeves are thankfully long enough for my 34" arms. It's a replacement for a 25 yr. old L.L. stalwart whose zipper pull broke a few years ago. The only slight complaint would be the drawcord ends placed in the pockets. They do, with some effort, work to cinch the waist - but there's always those cord ends there when hands are just looking for a nice warm hideout. No biggie, as I've had a few exterior drawcords broken due to use. It may turn out to be a stroke of genius - time will tell. I wouldn't have paid $80 for it, but it's well worth the STP price.
The Marmot Cornice jacket is not zip-in compatible with this item.
Answered on 11/11/2013 3:37:08 PM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
I can confirm that this will zip into the current Cornice jacket, #2653A. One thing to mention is that there are no sleeve "connectors" to button the coat to the fleece sleeves. Still easy to get on and off without the sleeves moving too much.
Answered on 1/30/2014 7:12:07 PM by Danny Noonan from Arizona