Marmot ROM Jacket
14.5 oz / 411.1 g
WINDSTOPPER®Softshell 100% Polyester Stretch 5.4 oz / yd, Softshell Double Weave 90% Polyester 10% Elastane Stretch 7.3 oz / yd
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While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there are 7 reviews for other versions of the ROM Jacket. Read all reviews »
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The Marmot ROM (range of motion) jacket blends Gore Windstopper technology with stretchy Marmot M2 soft-shell fabric to give you a hardworking, weather-resistant friend.
Marmot's ROM Jacket has outstanding wind and water resistance, Gore-Tex Windstopper technology married to Marmot M2 Softshell and appointed with countless practical features.
Wind doesn't ruffle your feathers in the least, especially when you're wearing the Marmot Women's ROM Softshell Jacket. The soft and stretchy shell puts no damper on your motion, and the WindStopper membrane stops a stiff wind in its tracks. Whether you're bouldering, hiking, or walking across campus on an impossibly beautiful but breezy and brisk spring day, bitter breezes won't cut through to your core. The hood offers a hit of hair-style protection from either the wind or spitty drizzle. From top to torso, you stay safe from cruel air currents and unwelcome, occasional precipitation. Cut from Marmot's M2 softshell material, this jacket moves like a dream. Reaching high above you for a hold or turning cartwheels across the quad is effortless due to the built-in stretch and Angel-Wing arm articulations. The WindStopper membrane gives you refuge from windy weather so aerobic endeavors won't turn into sweat-induced shivering sessions. Breathable side panels facilitate the exchange of fresh air for not-so-fresh as you're working hard to reach a summit. Sheltered by the ROM, you can enjoy complete protection from howling winds whether you're smeared across a rock face or heading home from an arduous organic-chem lab.
A weather-fighting workhorse with stretch mobility, Marmot's ROM Jacket offers outstanding wind and water resistance for multi-season trekking, camping, cycling, or walks around town.