Marmot DriClime Windshirt Jacket
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tommy from Illinois on Thursday, January 21, 2016
Purchased the Windshirt as a lightweight second layer for ice climbing. Just returned from a trip to Sandstone, MN (Robinson Park). We climbed 3 days in negative temperatures. The warmest day was -2 degrees (w/windchill). Coldest was -30 degrees (w/windchill). Wore a moisture wicking base layer and the DriClime under a Softshell Jacket while climbing. Aside from frozen fingers and toes, my core stayed warm. I took off my softshell while in the wind and the DriClime kept the wind off and heat in. This shirt has now become a permanent addition for all my upcoming climbing trips. Munising (Feb), Thunder Bay (March), Black Hills (June), Grand Teton (July), Petit Grepon (Aug) and Orizaba (Nov). I will update this review at years end to report how it held up!
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