Marmot Variant Hoody

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The men's Marmot Variant Hoodie Jacket offers warmth and stretch for climbing excursions, ski trips or other cold-weather adventures where mobility is key.

- REI refers to the men's version

A sweet combo of stretchy mobility and insulating goodness makes the Variant Hoody from Marmot a winter-season staple. Polartec Power Stretch panels on the sleeves, back, and hood keep your movements fluid-like and the Thermal R synthetic insulation covering the front holds in your heat with ease. Coated with a DWR, the nylon ripstop fabric sheds light precip and deflects windy gusts.

- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version

Marmot's Variant Hoody gives you core warmth without compromising mobility. Marmot's Variant jackets nylon ripstop DWR-treated shell plus Thermal R insulation in front provide wind- and water-resistant warmth. Polartec Power Stretch sleeves, back and hood.

- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

On Sale. Free Shipping. Marmot Men's Variant Hoody FEATURES of the Marmot Men's Variant Hoody Thermal R Insulation Polartec Power Stretch Pro Sleeves, Back and Hood Zip Hand Pockets Elastic Bound Cuffs with Thumb Holes Elastic Draw Cord Hem Angel-Wing Movement SPECIFICATIONS of the Marmot Men's Variant Hoody Weight: 14.1 oz / 399.7 g 100% Nylon Double Rip 0.9 oz/yd Polartec Power Stretch 88% Polyester 12% Elastane 6.8 oz/yd Center Back Length: 27.25in. Fit: Athletic

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

Do your other insulating jackets resist light precipitation, feature toasty-warm insulation, and pack into their own hand pocket' Marmot's Men's Variant Hooded Insulated Jacket does all of the above, and it'll massage your weary feet after a long day on the trail ( ... ok, the massage is a bit of a stretch). Designed with movement in mind and weighing in at just over 14 ounces, this is a jacket that you'll use for backpacking, ski touring, or belaying during the colder months.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version