Marmot Ventina Vest


Weight 14.3 oz / 405.4 g
Main Material 100% Polyester DWR Ripstop 2.1 oz / yd
Lining Material 100% Polyester Raschel Fleece 11.8 oz/yd
Insulation Material Thermal R

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Keep your girly core warm in Marmot's Ventina Vest. This versatile vest is reversible for an on-the-spot fashion change in the Adirondack's or the local pub-n-grub.


At first glance, it's smart and essential outerwear, with durably water-resistant Ripstop fabric forming an effective barrier against the elements, and Thermal R(R) insulation providing a lightweight layer of warmth. Turn it inside out, and the opulent high-loft fleece lining becomes the face fabric, making this the perfect "indoor/outdoor" garment.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Marmot Womens Ventina Vest - Closeout - Whether you sport it underneath a jacket on the mountain or by itself around town, this fleece pullover keeps you warm and comfortable without the bulkiness of thick layers. With quick-drying and pill-resistant features, this lightweight fleece is a superior barrier against cool to cold conditions. Soft, thermally efficient TKA 100 series fleece, Quick-drying, Brushed face for a soft hand feel, Fabric resists pilling, fading, and maintains shape, Lightweight, Imported.

- Massey's Outfitters

Just like most of us, the Marmot Women's Ventina Insulated Vest has two sides to its personality. On chilly, windy days, the DWR-coated ripstop shell and Thermal R insulation provide businesslike, no-nonsense protection from the elements. On the inside, the Ventina features super-soft, cuddly raschel fleece that you can enjoy against your skin. If you're in the mood, however, you can reverse the vest to show its (and your) softer side to the world.


Marmot Ventina Vest


The Marmot Ventina Vest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 5, 2013 at

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