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PreCip Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars The PreCip Jacket is lightweight, moderately breathable, and effective at keeping me dry. It does everything it is suppose to do, and for its price point, it is a great value. I have been pleasantly surprised with the Marmot PreCip Jacket. For how inexpensive it was, I expected less quality. It does everything it claims it will—it keeps me dry, it is somewhat breathable with the pit-zips, and it is definitely lightweight. So far, it has remained durable for general hiking, camping, and short backpacking… Full review

Pounder

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I'm still using this bag that I bought in 2008 or 2009. It has taken me from freezing temperatures to the 80's in a hammock (I just laid on it to keep the mosquitoes from biting!). It's not meant for extremely cold temperatures, but I use it as part of a sleep system that includes a silk liner and a crinkly emergency bivvy sack. On a freezing cold wet night, I'll use all three. The silk liner gives me another 10-15 degrees of warmth, and the emergency bivvy another 20 degrees of warmth. I've used… Full review

Alpinist Jacket

rated 5 of 5 stars Back in 1988, I purchased my first Alpinist Jacket, a yellow and blue one. That jacket has lasted to this day. However, I was ready for a different color scheme and I was interested in Gortex Pro. I purchased an XL since I am 6'2" at 200lbs and the fit is perfect for me. I love all the pockets and the wire rimmed hood is great. Keep up the good work, Marmot! The Alpinist fits to size. However, if you are layering, which most of us will, go one size larger. The angel wing movement makes this jacket… Full review

PreCip Pant

rated 3 of 5 stars Overall these pants do what I want them to do—if you see them on sale go for it, otherwise they are little pricey. I'm happy with them, but there are a few issues that might be solved by other brands. Fit & Comfort: No complaints in the comfort department. As a slightly tall person (5'9") size medium is a great length for tucking and letting water run off at the base of your shoe/boot. The waist band is comfortable and easily cinched to your size, and as these pants are good for layering the… Full review

Exum Guide Undercuff Glove

rated 3.5 of 5 stars A glove for enhanced dexterity in cold weather. Very good in terms of ability to use your fingers. Warmth is limited—if you aren't moving and it's below thirty, expect cold hands. Nice durability and waterproof. For the intended function, a very good glove. INTRODUCTION Marmot's Exum Guide Glove solved my annual problem—using my fingers in cold weather without freezing them—and have the limitations you would expect from a glove like this. For $90 full retail, they are expensive for a glove… Full review

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Marmot Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Trailspace Top Ten: Your Best Outdoor Gear
For Trailspace's Best Outdoor Gear List, we turned to you, our community members. We've compiled one ultimate gear list from your 24,000 reviews, featuring your best shelter, sleeping bag, stove, water treatment, multi-tool, light, navigation, trekking poles, backpack, and food and drink. Read more
December 5, 2012

Outdoor Retailer: Fashion Worthy meets Outdoor Styling
There's plenty of technical outdoor apparel that's also stylish and can do double duty from trail to town. That's not what this photo blog is about though. It's a peek at a few of the outdoor-inspired fashionable duds I saw, and occasionally fondled, at Outdoor Retailer Winter Market in January. These pieces are for when you just want to look and feel outdoorsy. Read more
February 4, 2011

High Fashion: Yama Girls Bring Style to the Mountains
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December 6, 2010

Outdoor Retailer: Marmot MemBrain Strata
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August 10, 2008

Marmot Exum wins "Best of Adventure Gear" Award
Marmot’s Exum Jacket has been awarded the 2008 “Best of Adventure Gear” by the editors of National Geographic Adventure Magazine. Read more
December 3, 2007

Outdoor Retailer: Recycled Sleeping Bags
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August 22, 2007

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