Marmot DriClime Helmet Liner


Weight 1 oz / 28.3 g
Main Material 100% Polyester Micro Fiber 2.2 oz / yd
Lining Material 100% Polyester Micro Fleece

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Marmot's DriClime Helmet Liner page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Marmot DriClime Helmet LinerComfortable, low profile combination of stretch and fleece to add warmth under your helmet.FeaturesLightweight, Breathable FabricFlat Lock Stitching for ComfortReflective Logo for Increased VisibilityStretch Binding Around Edges for Comfort

- US Outdoor Store

Marmot Driclime Helmet Liner - Sale - Comfortable, low profile combination of stretch and fleece to add warmth under your helmet. Polartec Power Dry with Cocona Performance Technology - Polartec Power Dry with Cocona Performance Technology, Wind-Resistant and Highly Breathable - Fabric Protects You from Mild Conditions So You Stay Comfortable, Quick Dry - Quick Drying, Wicking Moisture Management, Natural Odor Management.

- Massey's Outfitters

Marmot DriClime Helmet Liner FEATURES of the Marmot Dri-Clime Helmet Liner Lightweight, Breathable Fabric Flat Lock Stitching for Comfort Reflective Logo for Increased Visibility Stretch Binding Around Edges for Comfort

- Moosejaw

In Marmot's DriClime Helmet Liner, you can wrap your cranium in warmth that won't marinate you in moisture. A windproof Micro Fiber shell and warm micro fleece lining fits well under any helmet or hood. With DriClime lining that breathes and wicks away moisture, you'll be able to stay out all day.

- Mountain Gear

Marmot DriClime Helmet Liner


The Marmot DriClime Helmet Liner is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 29, 2017 at

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