Marmot Oslo Jacket

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Wrap up in the cozy warmth of Marmot's Oslo Jacket - the perfect mix of Loro Piana New Zealand Lamb's Wool, MemBrain laminate, and 800-fill goose down. Now you stay warm and look great too in the luxurious warmth of lightweight 800-fill goose down while the waterproof MemBrain laminated wool shell looks and feels good. Keep out winter flakes with micro fleece internal cuffs, water resistant zippers, and the attached hood.

- Mountain Gear

Marmot combines warm, lightweight down with wool's classic style and a weather-fighting MemBrain to create the Men's Oslo Jacket.


The Marmot Oslo jacket provides waterproof, breathable protection, warm down insulation and the great look of wool all in 1 beautiful winter-ready package. Loro Piana(R) Storm Shield MemBrain(R) fine wool fabric offers windproof, waterproof and breathable protection. Wool insulates efficiently and breathes to regulate temperature for outstanding comfort in wide-ranging conditions. Premium 800-fill-power goose down is extremely compressible and offers exceptional warmth for its; sewn-through construction keeps down in place to prevent cold spots. Silky lining slides easily over layers. Attached hood provides extra warmth in extreme cold. Full-length front zipper features an internal windflap and water-resistant zipper. Microfleece internal cuffs and drawcord hem seal in warmth. Marmot Oslo's hand and sleeve pockets feature water-resistant zippers to shed the elements; internal welted and media pockets.


Marmot Oslo Jacket - Can winter wear be sexy Tuck into this cozy, down-filled wonder and find out. Loro Piana fabrica name synonymous with the finest materials Europe has to offeris enhanced with Marmots cutting-edge MemBrain laminate technology to create a breathable, waterproof garment with the unmistakable look and feel of fine wool. Opulent details abound.

- Massey's Outfitters

Marmot Oslo Jacket

previously retailed for:
$489.93 - $749.95

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

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