Marmot Mica Jacket

£90.00, added May/2009, see all Marmot news & reviews
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The brand new Mica jacket is the lighest fully waterproof, windproof and breathable jacket that Marmot has ever made.

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The Mica Jacket
Marmot, May 2009
© Marmot UK

The Mica is a winner of several prestigious design awards, it couldn't be any lighter and still be called a jacket. Supremely detailed and pro-minded, The Mica is made for traveling light in tough conditions. The Mica is 100% seam taped, waterproof, and highly breathable, thanks to MemBrain® Strata™ fabric. It also features an attached adjustable hood and Velcro® cuffs, a water resistant front zipper, and it packs neatly into its own pocket.

Marmot's own lightweight waterproof / breathable technology. A lamination technology that rates a whopping 20,000mm in waterproof performance and 20,000 gr in breathability. Requiring neither lining nor 3-layer construction like many similar lamination processes, MemBrain® Strata™ products are by far the lightest, most breathable garments in their categories.

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The back of the Mica Jacket
Marmot, May 2009
© Marmot UK

Features:

  • 100% Seam Taped For Full Waterproofness
  • Adjustable Velcro® Cuff Adjustable Velcro Cuff
  • Angel-Wing Movement™ Allows Full Range of Motion
  • Attached Adjustable Hood Rolls Up and is Secured with a Velcro Hood Tab
  • Elastic Draw Cord Hem For Adjustability in Serious Weather
  • Marmot MemBrain® Strata™ Waterproof / Breathable Fabric
  • Reflective Logos
  • Water Resistant Front Zipper

Weight: 185g

Main Material: Clarion 2.5 Lamination N-130R

Sizes: S-XL

Colours: Black, Eclipse, Cilantro, Alert

The following UK Outdoor shops stock Marmot's Mica Jacket:

Cilantro Colour:

Eclipse Colour:

Black Colour:

Alert Colour:

For more information visit visit the Marmot site
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