Marmot Alpinist Jacket - Women's


Weight 1 lb 1.6 oz / 499 g
Main Material GORE-TEX® Pro 3L 100% Nylon 3.6 oz/yd

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 11 reviews for other versions of the Alpinist Jacket. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Up in the alpine, hiding from bad weather isn't an option--you need to be prepared to face it head on, which is when the Marmot Alpinist Women's Jacket comes in handy. It's the burliest hardshell in Marmot's Mountain Pro series, designed to stand up the serious rain, wind, sleet and snow when there's nowhere else to go. The nylon fabric is laminated to a three-layer waterproof and breathable Gore-Tex Pro membrane, all the seams are fully taped, and each and every zipper is water-resistant to keep you dry when you're spending long, exposed hours in weather that most people will never experience. Marmot cut the Alpinist slightly roomier than the athletic-fitting Speed Light to accommodate more layers, making it a more versatile cold-weather shell, and included a DriClime-lined chin guard to keep your face cozy, a helmet-compatible laminate-brimmed Gale Force hood with an easy ERG adjustment system, and underarm zips to help you vent heat when the sun sticks its head out from behind the storm clouds. The Alpinist has pack-compatible hand pockets, too, along with Angel-Wing ergonomic movement that makes for awesome climbing, hiking, skiing, and backpacking, no matter the ruggedness of the weather.


Marmot Womens Alpinist Jacket - Calling this shell the top of the line is just the tip of the iceberg. Made to fit over fleece or softshell layers, this three-layer Gore-Tex Pro Shell can take you to the wildest landscapes on Earth, and with style. Cut and sized specifically for the female form, the Alpinist is mountain tough and brimming with all the right technical features. Feature List GORE-TEX Pro Fabric - New Generation 100% Seam Taped Helmet Compatible Gale-Force Hood with Laminated Wire Brim ERG Hood Adjustment System PitZips with Water Resistant Zippers Pack Pockets with Water Resistant Zippers Napoleon Chest Pockets with Water Resistant Zips Zip-off Powder Skirt Interior Mesh Storage Pocket Interior Zippered Pocket DriClime Lined Chin Guard Elastic Drawcord Hem Angel-Wing Movement Main Materials GORE-TEX Pro Products 3L 100% Nylon 3.2 oz/yd Center Back Length (Base of neck to bottom of hem) 27in Fit Regular Fit Weight 1lbs 3oz (538.6g)

- Massey's Outfitters

Free Shipping. Marmot Women's Alpinist Jacket FEATURES of the Marmot Women's Alpinist Jacket Gore-Tex pro fabric - new generation 100% seam taped Helmet compatible Gale-force hood with laminated wire brim Erg hood adjustment system Pitzips with water-resistant zippers Pack pockets with water-resistant zippers Napoleon chest pockets with water-resistant zips Zip-off powder skirt Interior mesh storage pocket Interior zippered pocket DriClime lined chin guard Elastic drawcord hem Angel-wing movement

- Moosejaw

Ultimate protection for extreme conditions, the Women's Alpinist Jacket braves the most heinous days on the mountain. Made with the new generation of waterproof and ultra breathable GORE-TEX(R) Pro - built for rugged, extended use - the Alpinist comes 100 percent seam sealed. Stocked to the gills with coveted features like a Gale-Force Hood with ERG adjustment system, venting PitZips(TM) and water-resistant Pack Pockets(TM) - the Alpinist is the perfect package for launching up virgin rock surrounded by a skyline of jagged peaks and endless white.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Marmot Women's Alpinist Jacket


The Marmot Women's Alpinist Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 19, 2016 at Massey's Outfitters.

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