About Marmot Cerro Torre Gore-Tex® Pro Shell Ski Jacket - Waterproof (For Men)
Closeouts. Marmot's Cerro Torre jacket is built to protect you from the extreme conditions you might encounter during an attempt on the Patagonian peak. Featuring three-layer Gore-Tex® Pro Shell waterproof breathable fabric, it has stretch underarm panels for mobility and waterproof zippers.
Specs about Marmot Cerro Torre Gore-Tex® Pro Shell Ski Jacket - Waterproof (For Men)
- Waterproof materials: Gore-Tex® waterproof breathable membrane
- Seam sealed: Full
- Pit zips
- Closure: Zipper,YKK®
- Zipper: Right
- Length: 29" (based on size large)
- Fabric: 92% nylon, 8% elastane
- Lining: 100% nylon
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Total weight: 1 lb. 8.3 oz.
- Made in China
- Visit our Waterproof Guide
- Cannot ship to Australia
- Cannot ship to New Zealand
Marmot Men's Size Chart
|Chest||33 - 35||36 - 38||39 - 41||42 - 44||45 - 47||48 - 50||51 - 53|
|Neck||13.5 - 14||14.5 - 15||15.5 - 16||16.5 - 17||17.5 - 18||18.5 - 19||19.5 - 20|
|Sleeve||30 - 31||32 - 33||34 - 35||35 - 36||36 - 37||37 - 38||37 - 38|
|Waist||26 - 28||28 - 30||31 - 33||34 - 36||37 - 39||40 - 43||44 - 46|
|Hip||36 - 38||38 - 40||40 - 42||43 - 45||46 - 48||49 - 51||52 - 54|
Note: Measurements in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by Noobski from Midwest on Wednesday, October 18, 2017The Cerro Torre of a few years ago gets awesome reviews if you read online about it. The new Cerro gets poor reviews as a ski jacket given Marmot made a bunch of changes to the new jacket.
THIS IS THE ORIGINAL CERRO TORRE with all the awesome bells and whistles that the old reviews cheer about.
I had to return this great jacket for two reasons...I ordered a large because I tried the Storm King in Medium and it was too small. This was was a bit too large in Large I'm 6'1" 170 and this fit a bit baggy. I don't like baggy. The color was great though. Also, STP listed a bunch of different Arc Jackets right after I bought this one and the Arc's were simply better options for my needs...I ended up going with an Arc.
Like my Marmot Trident review, This jacket has everything you might be looking for a resort ski jacket: Goretex, pockets in perfect places, length to backside, and powderskirt. The helmet check passed with flying colors, no restrictions in movement when helmet was on and good face cover at full zip. It's too bad Marmot changed this jacket. If you're a Marmot brand fan like I am and want a great resort jacket, and want a Cerro Torre original model, this is probably the last chance you'll get other than STP.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Eugene the semi active one from california on Monday, February 15, 2016I finally had the chance to wear it while skiing, and it worked perfectly. Of course, it was super warm day, so it wasn't really tested. I liked the small pocket on the sleeve. I used it to hold my day pass. The chest pocket was big enough for my big phone. The hand pockets worked well to carry my gloves and other miscellaneous items. I only had a short sleeve shirt underneath, and I wasn't cold. The jacket kept out the wind really well.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Matthew from Wyoming on Friday, February 5, 2016I love this thing. I have been out several times in high winds and below zero. Great wind block and very little needed for extra lays under it. Great fit. Love the quality of the zipper, I have had to many other jackets lately where the zippers don't function properly most of the time and split out from the bottom.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Madman from Truckee, Ca. on Monday, February 1, 2016A very well made jacket at a great price. Quality zippers and powder skirt.The hood fits over my ski helmet comfortably. I'm 6'1", 195 lbs. XL fits perfect. Good ventilation too with pit and front vents .
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Brian from North Carolina on Monday, December 14, 2015This is a very well made jacket. The material is very durable, soft and stretchy (not crinkly). I am 5'9" and 160lbs and the medium fit perfectly. The angel-wing movement really does allow you to lift your arms without the jacket riding up. The hand pockets also are nice and deep so they can actually fit something inside (the check pockets are much smaller). The hood also has a nice adjustment handle so you can use easily with gloves on. The only problem I had with the jacket is I felt the pit-zips were really too short for proper venting (only about 10"). They also have the storm flaps on the inside of the zipper so it further decreases the opening size. I was looking for pit zips more in the 18" range since I wanted to use this jacket more for back-country touring where being able to dump heat is more important. Other than that I loved the jacket.
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.
There is about an excellent, inch and a half storm flap inside the zipper.
Yes, this item has an internal storm flap.
No, the inside mesh pocket is large enough for goggles however there is not a zipper.
No zipper Just a large opening
It does not. Very Minimalist jacket. Any internal storage would be on your base/midlayer.
The mesh pocket does not have a zipper.
No, there is no zipper. The pocket is also too small for climbing skins or a water bottle.
“Does this jacket have clips on the gator? Clips for attaching to pants? Where are they (hips/back/etc)?”
No, it does not. The gaiter is rubberized however.
Sorry for the delay in responding. The gator does not have attachment points to connect with ski pants.
“I'm confused. Is this Gore-tex Pro or the thinner, lighter Gore-tex Pro Shell (earlier version of Gore-tex Active)? ”
This is Gore-tex Pro. Have been able to use it in windy conditions so far and worked very well.
This is the Gore Tex Pro shell. Not a flimsy or light-weight material. Does have stretch material in the shoulder and outer arm area.