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First, I got this from Campmor for $100. I needed…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Fill: Primaloft
Price Paid: $100

First, I got this from Campmor for $100. I needed something I could pack in and wear while on belay. I remember freezing my butt off last winter.

The jacket got here and is plenty warm. It is very comfortable and allows me to have all the movement I want. The Dri-clime on the cuffs is a nice touch as well. I can't verify the waterproofness of the material but don't expect to test it either since I live in the interior of Alaska. The hood is very warm too.

I think the full price of $325 is high but I can easily understand a price of $200 or less. The bottom line is that this is a packable and very warm jacket. In fact, I'm buying another one right now...

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No storm skirt, no mid-section draw, skimpy pockets,…

Rating: rated 2 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $143.97

No storm skirt, no mid-section draw, skimpy pockets, very light materials, not so warm. Just OK.

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Marmot Needle Parka

Discontinued

The Needle Parka has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$72.60 - $300.00

The Marmot Needle Parka is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 22, 2007 at GearTrade.

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