Marmot Variant Jacket

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Specs

Weight 12.8 oz / 362.9 g
Insulation Material Thermal R Eco
Sportswear Material 100% Nylon Ripstop DWR 0.8 oz / yd, Polartec® Power Stretch® 88% Polyester, 12% Elastane 6.8 oz / yd

Manufacturer's Description

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On Sale. Free Shipping. Marmot Men's Variant Jacket FEATURES of the Marmot Men's Variant Jacket Thermal R Insulation Polartec Power Stretch Panels at Side Torso, Sleeves and Back Thumbholes Lightweight Stretch Binding at Cuffs and Bottom hem Front hand Zip Pockets, Reflective logos SPECIFICATIONS of the Marmot Men's Variant Jacket Weight: 12.8 oz / 362.9 g Center Back Length: 27.25in. Athletic Fit 100% Nylon Double Rip 0.9 oz/yd Polartec Power Stretch 88% Polyester, 12% elastane 6.8 oz/yd

- Moosejaw

Wear the men's insulated, stretchy Marmot Variant Jacket on climbing excursions, ski trips or other cold-weather adventures where core warmth and mobility are key.

- REI

For sleek and comfortable warmth in an unassuming package, you should try the Marmot Variant Jacket. Synthetic insulation hugs your core for incredible heat retention, while the Polartec(R)Power Stretch(R) back and arms allow breathability and full mobility!-- Full Zip Jacket with Thermal R Eco Insulation at Front Body-- Polartec(R) Power Stretch(R) Panels at Side Torso, Sleeves and Back-- Thumbholes-- Lightweight Stretch Binding at Cuffs and Bottom Hem-- Front Hand Zip Pockets, Reflective Logos-- Athletic Fit

- OMCgear

The Marmot Men's Variant Insulated Jacket makes an excellent midlayer whether you're skiing, ice climbing, or hanging in the alpine. Polartec's abrasion-resistant Power Stretch fabric gives the sides and sleeves a four-way stretch that retains its original shape over time, and Thermal R insulates the core in a lightweight and bulk-free fashion. The Variant sports an athletic fit for easy layering, and thumbholes and an elasticized hem keep the cold drafts out.

- Backcountry.com