photo: Marmot Women's Sol Vest down insulated vest

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The versatile Marmot Women's Sol Vest gives you extra core warmth when you're skiing, climbing, hiking, or running. Marmot treated this vest's 600-fill down insulation with Down Defender to help it stay ten times drier, maintain 150% more loft, and dry 30% faster than normal down. A DWR coating on the abrasion-resistant shell also protects you from moisture so you can stay doubly dry out in the woods.

- Backcountry.com

The Down Defender technology offers an extra level of moisture protection, while the rip-stop fabric and 600-fill down make the Marmot Sol Vest a mastermind in light weather protection. For those Spring days where the weather just can't make up its mind, to the scorching days that turn into chilly nights, the Sol Vest has got your back when you need a little something extra to stay warm

- CampSaver.com

Our Down Defender technology offers an extra level of moisture protection, while the ripstop fabric and 700-fill down make the Sol Vest a mastermind in light weather protection. She will love this vest as an extra layer for the chilly ski days, or for just a little extra warmth on those spring and fall hikes.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Marmot's Down Defender technology offers an extra level of moisture protection, while the ripstop fabric and 700-fill down make the Sol Vest a mastermind in light weather protection.

- Mountain Gear

Free Shipping. Marmot Women's Sol Vest FEATURES of the Marmot Women's Sol Vest Light weight down-proof fabric 600 fill power down with down defender Zippered hand warmer pockets Internal pocket

- Moosejaw

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previously retailed for:
$16.83 - $129.01

The Marmot Women's Sol Vest is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 9, 2018 at Backcountry.com.

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