Marmot Stride Jacket
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Versatile enough for venturing out on warm days, cool days, damp days or days with a dose of it all, the Marmot Stride Jacket is your go-to for lightweight protection and core comfort. Water repellent and wind resistant, this jacket also features DriClime Bi-Component inner technology for a highly wicking liner that keeps your core cool and dry when youre cranking up your pulse. Use it for trail running, climbing or on aggressive hikes.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
Water repellent and wind resistant, Marmot's Stride is your go-to jacket for lightweight protection and core comfort. Use it for trail running, climbing, or aggressive hiking on warm days, cool days, damp days, or days with a dose of it all.
- EMS refers to the men's version
The Marmot Stride jacket offers wind-blocking warmth, and works for almost any sport you can imagine. If it's chilly and windy, and even a little bit wet, this lightweight wonder is all you'll need. Wear the Marmot Stride as an outer layer, or as a mid layer when intermittent showers turn into consistent rain; it's not bulky and packs up small. Polyester shell blocks the wind and dries quickly; Durable Water Repellent finish fends off light rain showers and snow. DriClime(R) lining is built to move moisture away from your skin, keeping you warmer and drier; DriClime also lines the tall collar, chin guard and windflap. Underarm stretch mesh panels enhance the Marmot Stride jacket's breathability. Drawcord collar, hem and stretch-bound cuffs seal in warmth. Zip chest pocket.
- REI refers to the men's version
If nothing comes between you and your daily run, make sure you're prepared for less than ideal weather conditions with the Marmot Men's Stride Jacket. The lightweight polyester shell has a DWR coating for tough weather resistance, and the DriClime lining manages moisture to eliminate that cold, clammy, sweat-drenched feeling. As an added bonus, the zippered chest pocket has a headphone port for easy listening on the go.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version