Marmot ROM Jacket
£140, added May/2010, see all Marmot news & reviews
announcement by Marmot
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ROM = RANGE OF MOTION. This zonally constructed jacket uses air permeable Marmot M2 softshell and GORE® WINDSTOPPER® fabrics to create an incredibly comfortable, breathable garment that's also windproof and highly water-resistant.

ROM Jacket (Thyme/Lime colour), 73 kb

Features:

  • GORE® WINDSTOPPER®: Wind and Water Resistant
  • Marmot M2 Softshell: Water-Repellent, Highly Breathable, Wind-Resistant, Durable and Warm
  • Attached Adjustable Hood: Reduces Volume and is Secured with a Velcro Hood Tab
  • ERG Hood Adjustment System
  • Pack Pockets™: Slanted Chests Pockets That Can Be Accessed While Wearing a Pack
  • Chest Pocket with Concealed Zipper
  • Asymmetric Cuffs with Velcro Adjustment
  • Venting Side Panels
  • Reflective Logos
  • Elastic Draw Cord Hem: For Adjustability in Serious Weather
  • Angel-Wing Movement™: Allows Full Range of Motion in Arms so Jacket Doesn't Ride Up
  • Weight: 527g
  • Sizes: S-XL
  • Main Material: Softshell Double Weave 90% Polyester 10% Elastane Stretch 7.3 oz/yd
  • Main Material: WINDSTOPPER®Softshell 100% Polyester Stretch 5.4 oz/yd

Check out the following video review of this jacket to find out more:

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+Back shot fo the ROM jacket. , 61 kb The ROM jacket is available to buy from the following UK Marmot stockists:

Black colour

Vapour blue colour

Lime/thyme colour

Cardinal colour


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logo£99.00. Summer Sale reduction currently applies.
See this product at the The Outdoor Shop shop

For more information visit Marmot
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