Skiing in the rain can be wet, but not in this jacket
Verified Buyer Reviewed by JG from Fargo, coldest place in the lower 48. on Saturday, February 13, 2016
Just spent three days breaking this in at Whitefish. Held up well in a light wind, nothing gets in, and the heat didn't get out. The second day there was a light rain almost all day. Marmot kept me dry, I was impressed considering the coat has insulation, I thought it would for sure get damp at some point. It didn't. The taped seams kept me dry as bone. I haven't had a hand to run it on a really cold day, but layered up I'm sure it will work great. Honestly, right now I think I just found the last ski jacket I'll ever need.
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