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Marker Canyon Express Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated (For Men)
Closeouts. Named after Mammoth Mountain's old Chair 16, Marker's Canyon Express jacket is ready for sudden storms and ridgeline winds, thanks to waterproof breathable, fully seam-sealed construction.
Average Rating based on 20 reviews 4.650000 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jamie from Massachusetts on Thursday, April 6, 2017Got this very cheap and it's decent. No pit zips, a little bulky but overall a comfy jacket. It's a great 2nd jacket for midwinter skiing.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Mundo from Tennessee on Saturday, February 25, 2017This jacket is awesome in the rain the hood is ajustable keep you dry.
Reviewed by Skier from TX on Friday, February 3, 2017Warm, nice sized, simple ski jacket...all you need on a 10-15+.
Reviewed by Brad from Oregon on Friday, February 3, 2017This is exactly what I wanted. It is a light winter coat that is also fairly warm. It does run big. I am 6/4 and 250 and a XXL usually fits perfect or in some cases is too short. This is big on me and the sleeves are longer than any other jacket I own.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by DP from RI on Thursday, February 2, 2017I am 5 ft. 11 and ordered a large. It is slightly roomy, just the way I wanted it. This is a high quality jacket with minimal insulation, but great to wear on a 30 degree day with a sweater or puffer jacket underneath. I have ordered other Marker jackets in the past and have been very pleased with this brand. Great jacket for the price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by KW from NJ on Wednesday, February 1, 2017Nice jacket and usual Marker quality. It does lack a few features. Really needs a wrist lift pass pocket and pit zips for ventilation, but, for the price, a good jacket.
Reviewed by Random Guy from California on Tuesday, January 24, 2017First off: I really like this jacket.
great outer material - somewhere between a soft and hard shell. Will hold up great for skiing.
well-thought out pockets.
good insulation - it's really a bit of a shell. for skiing, you'll likely need to insulate beneath. But the description is good, and if you don't understand what 80 g insulation in the body is, google it: it's not even as much as a 200 g (kinda 'normal') fleece.
powder skirt is a bonus, and will be helpful
'Antique Moss' is probably about as good a description as you are going to get, although I'd go with 'not quite ripe banana'. It's really a yellow yellow green, or a chartreuse favoring yellow. I've attached a few pics to maybe help you see what I mean. I am not going to find a matching...anything...to go with it.
Conclusion: I really like it, and I'd actually have paid retail on this, but - thanks to STP - I didn't have to.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Johnny the Biker from New England on Tuesday, January 24, 2017Great jacket
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Tony B from Wandering on Tuesday, January 24, 2017The jacket performs, just had a storm and was out in it, I did not feel a thing with this Jacket on, just warm and dry. I thought the insulation did just fine with one light weight layer on, of course this was not up in Mammoth in a blizzard at midnight, but with a few layers it should not be a problem.
The rain rolls off like it should, doesn't stick then roll off like some. Wind doesn't stand a chance wearing this one.
Fit is close, I am 5'-7" around 210, XL fit well with a tad extra length due to my height, my chest is about 50" and I have room for layers (UnderArmour cold gear) with the cut of the body on this Marker jacket, the arms match the fit with a bit of extra length as well, (being an 18.5-35 dbl tapered shirt) and the cuff adjustment works well.
Hood is big enough for helmets or hats, the neck protector is a plus, pockets are roomy and placed just right. The zippers are very smooth, haven't been in the situation to try the snow skirt but it feels sturdy.
When time permits, I will get the yellow are well, the black is great, and when I find something that works for me, I get a spare. Several positive comments have been received while wearing this jacket and it does look and feel like a couple hundred bucks or more, even better after washing. Being from Michigan, I appreciate a good jacket and have a lot of them, this one is now my favorite.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nick from Virginia on Monday, January 23, 2017I'm 5'11" and 155 lbs. I got the Large, and switched to a Medium. Jacket is comfy and has a little bit of insulation. I still plan to layer up underneath though. Great, affordable jacket for an occasional skiier.