Marmot Lindsey Component Jacket

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Specs

Weight 2 lb 13.5 oz / 1289.9 g
Main Material MemBrain® 10 2L 100% Polyester 5.7 oz / yd
Main Material 100% Polyester Raschel Fleece 9.5 oz / yd

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Marmot Lindsey Component 3-in-1 jacket features a plush removable liner jacket for cozy comfort on any snowy playground that's calling your name.

- REI

The women's Marmot Furnace Jacket is country elegance, slope-side warmth, and backcountry utility. Cozy, 200-weight fleece offers up serious comfort as a mid-layer for long days in rough weather. Clean, classic styling makes it a perfect outer layer to throw on for long walks through the countryside.

- RockCreek

Free Shipping. Marmot Women's Lindsey Component Jacket FEATURES of the Marmot Women's Lindsey Component Jacket Marmot MemBrain Waterproof/Breathable Fabric 100% seam taped 2-layer construction Zip-off Storm Hood with Laminated Brim Removable Plush Fleece Liner Jacket Exposed Water Resistant Center Front Zipper Zippered Handwarmer Pockets Flapped Sleeve Pockets Adjustable Velcro Cuff Powder Skirt Zippered Sunglasses/Electronics Pocket Goggle pocket HD Brushed Tricot Collar and Shoulder Lining Elastic Draw Cord Hem Angel-Wing Movement SPECIFICATIONS of the Marmot Women's Lindsey Component Jacket Weight: 2 lbs 13.5 oz / 1289.9 g Center Back Length: 26in. Fit: Regular MemBrain 10 2L 100% Polyester Herringbone 5.7 oz/yd 100% Polyester Raschel Fleece 9.5 oz/yd

- Moosejaw

Instead of packing a separate bag for all of your jackets, just pack the Marmot Women's Lindsey Component Jacket with you on your ski vacation. This three-in-one jacket allows you to use it in any type of mountain climate while fully protecting you from the harsh elements of winter.

- Backcountry.com