2 lb 1.9 oz / 961.048 g
GORE-TEX® Performance 2L 100% Polyester 4.2 oz / yd
100% Polyester Embossed WR 1.3 oz / yd
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With an updated design, the lightweight Marmot Palisades Jacket features Gore-Tex(R) 2L protection to keep you dry and comfy in rough conditions.
- REI refers to the men's version
The Marmot Palisades Jacket is a GORE-TEX performance shell offers lightweight, two-layer protection to keep you comfy and warm in rough conditions. Zippin compatibility allows you to easily zip in another layer when cold flurries catch you by surprise. The removable storm hood and zip-off powder skirt give the Palisades jacket true all-weather flexibility.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
The Marmot Men's Palisades Jacket is a waterproof shell for hanging outdoors when its wet. Gore-TEX 2L fabric brings you 100% waterproof/breathable protection, so you can hike along through the rain without getting soaked. The drop hood stays out of the way when not on your head and protects all your hairs when it is, just cinch it down and make use of that brim for your eyes. Hey, you can even remove the hood altogether if you want. Pockets Are placed Higher up, allowing you to still access them even while wearing a pack. Zippin(TM) compatible means you can pick up a Warmlight Fleece (sold separately) and connect the two for a warmer option in cold rain or even Snowy weather. Features of the Marmot Men's Palisades Jacket Gore-Tex fabric 100% seam taped 2-layer construction Zip-off storm hood with laminated brim Pitzips Hand pockets with water-resistant zippers Airexchange lining Internal zip pocket Paneled mesh lining Elastic drawcord hem DriClime lined chin guard Asymmetric cuffs with velcro adjustment Angel-wing movement Zippin compatible
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Its Gore-Tex 2L Shell gives the Marmot Men's Palisades Jacket the ability to keep the weather out and the warmth in, and with its extra bells and whistles, you'll keep reaching for this shell from fall to spring. Zip a Zippin-compatible liner jacket into this storm shell during the winter, and when it's time to hike through spring showers, leave the mid-layers at home and open up the underarm zips. When the drizzle stops but there's still a chill in the air, you can zip off the hood and stash it in your pack. This is a versatile, three-season shell that steps in and out of the seasons just as quickly as you can change gears between ski and camping seasons.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version