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Marmot PreCip® Jacket - Waterproof (For Men)

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About Marmot PreCip® Jacket - Waterproof (For Men)

Closeouts. An excellent jacket for the backcountry bound, Marmot's PreCip® jacket is made of lightweight, super-compressible nylon with waterproof breathable NanoPro® technology and sealed seams.


Specs about Marmot PreCip® Jacket - Waterproof (For Men)

  • Waterproof materials: NanoPro® waterproof breathable fabric
  • Seam sealed: Full
  • Pit zips
  • Closure: YKK®,Zipper
  • Zipper: Right
  • Length: 30" (based on size large)
  • Fabric: 100% nylon
  • Lining: 100% polyester
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Total weight: 13 oz.
  • Made in Viet Nam or 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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4.586577 5 Overall Rating: 4.6 Based on 745 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Great waterproof jacket
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chuck from Northern NJ on Thursday, September 9, 2010
Great, lightweight waterproof jacket. Backpacker magazine just rated this the top waterproof jacket for less than $100. For the price, very breathable. Highly recommend.
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  • Marmot PreCip Jacket
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by BrianC from Carencro, La on Thursday, March 29, 2018
    Very nice jacket, appears well made. Sized appropriately, plenty of room for layering beneath this jacket, but not too big. Have yet to use it however as I purchased this for an upcoming white water rafting trip. Will update after...
  • Best value
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mountain man from Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 28, 2018
    Have owned same jacket before and was very happy with it. It was time for a new one especially at this low price.
  • Solid, packable rain jacket
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Adam from North Carolina on Tuesday, January 30, 2018
    This jacket compresses to a small size, is breathable, the fabric and seams are of high quality, and it vent relatively well.

    Maybe my only minor complaint is that I would prefer shock cord tabs on both sides of the waist hem, not just one.
  • Marmot Jacket
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Liz the biker from North Carolina on Monday, December 4, 2017
    Bought this for my son. The fit was great-plenty of room to move but not bulky. It's waterproof and has venting. Would recommend this product.
  • Marmot jacket
    Verified Buyer Reviewed by Chris from NY on Tuesday, November 14, 2017
    Jacket arrived on schedule; product appears to be well made and is a good fit. I'm definitely satisfied.

Question & Answer

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  • “What season is this from? Does it have NanoPro? The newer version does. ”
    Asked by babaganoush83 from Halifax on 1/23/2015 12:25:25 PM
    • Wish people would read the other Q&A's before asking their questions. The short answer is 'It doesn't appear to have NanoPro'!
      Answered on 1/26/2015 3:07:13 PM by Matt from Texas
    • The Q&A section that has all the other user questions isn't available on the mobile version of the site, Richard. But thanks for being nice about it and pointing me in the right direction.
      Answered on 1/30/2015 1:21:53 PM by babaganoush83 from Halifax
  • “Does this rain jacket have a light lining in it? More like a jacket, rather than just a water shield? ”
    Asked by Ansley from Georgia on 12/9/2014 9:21:59 PM
    • Definitely just a water shield in my opinion. It actually has an unpleasant "plastic" feel next to bare skin. It is also quite a noisy fabric, walking/hiking/running will all result in a loud swish-swish crinkling sound. I decided to keep it because of the price (got it for less than $50), and because it does the advertised job of keeping me dry. However, it is definitely not soft shell quality or material. This will be my packable rain shield (very light weight and compressable) and not my go-to rain jacket. Better options out there for more utilitarian jackets, even within the Marmot brand. I own and have owned several other Marmot jackets and have loved them all except this one.
      Answered on 12/9/2014 9:44:33 PM by WHJ from NC
    • No liner. Just the shell. Completely waterproof. I wear a sweatshirt under it when it is cool out.
      Answered on 12/10/2014 12:22:11 AM by Bill P from NJ
    • There is no lining in this jacket. It is a rain shell..and an excellent one. You can go to any full price store and buy it off of the rack for significantly more $$$.
      Answered on 12/10/2014 5:37:28 AM by ADKhikermom from Long Lake NY
    • No, no lining...but my husband says it does provide some warmth and keeps him completely dry. He loves it!
      Answered on 12/10/2014 6:26:09 AM by heyjudie from Long Island
    • Nope, no lining. It's just a shell.
      Answered on 12/10/2014 7:24:30 AM by Backpacker Joe from Baltimore
    • No, the jacket does not have a lining. The waterproof coating is applied to the underside of the shell. I thought it might feel a little clammy in damp or cool weather but it's not too bad.
      Answered on 12/10/2014 9:05:21 AM by Love to Ski from Ohio
    • No lining... It is a waterproof shell. Great rain jacket.
      Answered on 12/10/2014 5:24:32 PM by PA Hiker from Pennsylvania
    • No, there's no lining in the fabric, but that's kind of the point. It would not work as it's supposed to if there was a lining. The fabric is very different on the outside than on the inside. I think a liner would interfere with the breathability of the fabric, and would also make it bulkier. The way it is now the jacket is super light and packs down very small- I mean, you could put it in a large pocket or stuffed into an outside backpack pocket.
      The best way to use it is to layer with other things depending on the temperature.
      Answered on 12/10/2014 5:52:41 PM by Terry from Virginia
    • Okay- I already answered this, then I went and re-read the jacket specs- it says the fabric is nylon and the "lining" is polyester. So I went and looked carefully at my jacket too. There's definitely not what you would consider a separate "lining" in the traditional sense. The only thing I can figure is that maybe it is bonded to the outer fabric so that they appear to be a single fabric. I'm no expert, as far as high tec fabrics, but that's my best guess from what I can see based on my own jacket. I hope that helps you some.
      Answered on 12/10/2014 6:00:40 PM by Terry from Virginia
    • It is just 1 combined layer of fabric (the outside looks like a water shield, the inside looks/feels like a liner. It doesn't really keep you warm with a strong wind or temps below 45 degrees.
      Answered on 12/11/2014 8:09:26 AM by Geofflad from New York, NY
    • The jacket has a light lining on the inside, yes. I have two of these jackets in different colors. Kept me bone dry in a downpour in Alaska. Great light jacket at a great price!!
      Answered on 12/12/2014 6:36:08 AM by TG from Minnesota
  • “Is this the 2014 model with NanoPro?”
    Asked by Big305 from Miami on 11/21/2014 12:43:51 PM
    • Nope. This one is:
      Answered on 11/21/2014 1:17:54 PM by Backpacker Joe from Baltimore
    • The short answer is "I don't know". I purchased mine in May and I don't know how quickly these go from retail to closeout on STP. My guess would be no...but that's certainly not definitive. I can tell you this.....I have owned several Precip jackets over the years. The oldest I wore out which Marmot replaced for free. I think the next couple were given away as loaners/gifts. I currently have two on my gear rack....which also includes a selection of Goretex shells as well. I always reach for the Precip as it does the job. The bang for the buck of this jacket simply can't be beat. I don't know if the "Nano Pro" addition is worth it...seeing you're in Miami that's a far more humid environment so perhaps it is. I can tell you though, for me, this jacket occupies my pack nearly 100% of the time and has served me superbly. Sorry I couldn't be more specific about the "NanoPro" aspect.
      Answered on 11/21/2014 1:26:06 PM by Bob from Western Colorado
    • This is the original poster, thank you very much for helping me with my question. :)

      Answered on 11/21/2014 1:56:21 PM by Big305 from Miami
    • Honestly I'm not sure....but I'm thinking probably not. It kept me dry while fishing in Valdez down pours although it did sweat a bit. With rain like that's better just to suffer through the rubber jackets. It's definitely a quality jacket...just not sure about Nano pro since I took off the tags long ago.
      Answered on 11/21/2014 2:33:59 PM by Llp7 from Alaska
    • I do not know. But, my husband has worn it over and over and loves it.
      Answered on 11/21/2014 3:45:03 PM by ADKhikermom from Long Lake NY
    • I don't believe so, but I doubt it since Sierra Trading Post deals in Overstocks. You might want to query customer service at Sierra Trading Post directly.
      Answered on 11/21/2014 4:20:26 PM by Love to Ski from Ohio
    • My PreCip was manufactured in 2012. I am sure that is why Sierra trading post is able to sell them at such a discounted rate. Eventhough it may not be the 2014 model with NanoPro, the Precip is still a great jacket for the price.
      Answered on 11/22/2014 7:33:11 AM by PA Hiker from Pennsylvania
    • No this is an older model. Still gets the job done but doesn't feel as nice.
      Answered on 12/22/2014 9:05:54 AM by Haven from Flagstaff
  • “Does this jacket have pockets?”
    Asked by amy from tn on 10/28/2014 1:26:35 PM
    • Yes, two large pockets. One serves as a stuff sack for the jacket.
      Answered on 10/28/2014 1:29:13 PM by Backpacker Joe from Baltimore
    • Yes, it has good-sized zip pockets on the outside as well as zip pockets inside the jacket. The outside pockets also have velcro which is a little annoying.
      Answered on 10/28/2014 1:31:11 PM by Geofflad from New York, NY
    • Yes. Both sides, with zippers. Also pit zips. I'm wearing mine today.
      Answered on 10/28/2014 1:49:29 PM by RB from ohio
    • Yes. They are mesh on the interior.
      It also has pit zips.
      Answered on 10/28/2014 1:50:43 PM by STP junkie from Idaho
    • Yes it has pockets and pit zips for ventilation...It's a killer jacket and will last roughly 4 years depending on how hard you are on your gear. I'm on my fourth one.
      Answered on 10/28/2014 2:13:56 PM by Big Dubbs from Mt. Shasta
    • Yes, two hand pockets. There are no inside pockets'
      Answered on 10/28/2014 2:14:25 PM by Christopher from Massachusetts
    • Yes, it has two side pockets that are mesh on the inside. It is really a wonderful rain jacket.
      Answered on 10/28/2014 2:16:36 PM by ADKhikermom from Long Lake ny
    • Yes, the Marmot PreCip Jacket does have zippered hand pockets. I bought this jacket from Sierra and is the second one I own in a different color. It is a very nice quality lightweight jacket at a great price. I wore it up in Alaska fishing during a down poor and stayed bone dry underneath. I highly recommend it.
      Answered on 10/28/2014 2:29:07 PM by TG from Minnesota
    • Yes, two waist level pockets and the all important pit zips. Great jacket!
      Answered on 10/28/2014 3:32:38 PM by PA Hiker from PA
    • Yes, it has a mesh hand-warmer pocket on each side. The pockets are set up a little higher than normal, but I didn't find it to be a problem. The jacket is really nice looking and wind- and waterproof. It also has pit-zips. I wish it had a two-way zipper, but can't have everything at this price!
      Answered on 10/28/2014 3:54:31 PM by Love to Ski from Ohio
    • Yes Jacket stuffs into one of them.
      Answered on 10/28/2014 4:06:58 PM by fixer from Topeka KS
    • Yes, the jacket has 2 pockets (1 on each side) near the bottom of it. It is a great, lightweight jacket for the money. Can't go wrong for the lprice!
      Answered on 10/28/2014 4:14:34 PM by Montana Hiker from Montana
    • Yes it has a zip pocket on each side and armpits have roomy zip opening for ventilation. Great quality!
      Answered on 10/28/2014 10:30:46 PM by Llp7 from Alaska
  • “It looks like Marmot made some changes to this jacket in late 2013/early 2014. Is this the updated version of the Precip or the pre-2014 version? Thanks in advance for the answer! ”
    Asked by Ryan the Photographer from Colorado Springs on 5/30/2014 5:33:11 PM
    • great jacket - true to size
      Answered on 5/31/2014 12:45:37 AM by Sidgirl from Denver
    • I'm guessing the pre 2014 but not sure
      Answered on 6/1/2014 8:39:52 AM by Noah from Belize
    • Seems to run small against former Marmot sizing...

      ...With the sizes in my recent experience, between a returned Medium from 2005 --and a recent replacement from Marmot warranty-- shows something is amiss. By the time I'm done with their warranty, shipping and handling, I'm about $30 in the hole. A newer Precip I bought two years ago cost me $48 from STP and it was a Large Mens. I can wear polar fleece 200+ inside -and it is Large- on me. Medium used to fit correctly with insulation liner...

      {This is how mens Glove Sizes have gone. Try and find an XL that fits your formerly known as Size Medium hands, that measure the same; I have new old-stock and know the XL/XXL cost more in retail. But they are medium and large by measure, not by label.}
      Answered on 10/22/2014 12:10:05 PM by in small town... from Kenai Mountains, Alaska

About Marmot

Conceived in a university dorm room by a pair of climbing buddies, Marmot Mountain Works first opened its doors in the spring of 1974 in Grand Junction, Colorado. At the time, the base of operations was a 100-year-old stone building. That same year, the first Marmot down jacket was produced specifically for an action flick called “The Eiger Sanction,” starring legendary actor Clint Eastwood. In the four decades since, Marmot has continued to engineer reliable gear that exceeds the expectations of outdoor athletes. Today, Marmot tents, backpacks, outerwear, clothing and Marmot sleeping bags are still pushing the limits in the planet’s most challenging conditions, from the summits of the world’s highest mountains to the deepest river basins.