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Marmot Iceland Jacket

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Great jacket for the price I paid; I got a sample…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Fabric: Membrain waterproof/breathable outer shell
Fill: 800 goose down
Price Paid: $160

Great jacket for the price I paid; I got a sample model on special, but it's a bit too expensive at full price. Still, it's a very comfortable and warm jacket, fully baffled, and highly water resistant and the hood is awesome. It weighs a little too much for real mountaineering, but it would be warm enough for most alpine use.

It works great for around town use and for travel, it packs down quite small and is lighter than most urban use coats, but still way more durable than a super light alpine parka would be. Really it's a crossover parka; you could use it for everyday or, for moderate winter camping/mountaineering if you don't mind carrying about an extra pound.

The only feature I would add to it is an internal waist draw-cord, this would make it even warmer.

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Marmot Iceland Jacket


The Iceland Jacket has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$185.89 - $374.95

The Marmot Iceland Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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