Simple, clean cut and suitable for a wide variety of outdoor activities where a heavy weight softshell just won't do. Marmot's Vapour Trail jacket has been designed to offer a light weight alternative to heavier softshell which are not always suitable for summer time use.
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Marmot M-series fabrics are designed for moving light and fast. They combine stretchable, water repellent, abrasion resistant and highly breathable shell materials with insulating buffer materials on the inside.
The fabric used in the Vapour Trail ½ zip is classed as a M2 graded softshell. This grade of softshell offers the ideal balance between weather resistance, breathability and thermal protection. They are appropriate for a wide range of aerobic use in moderate to cold conditions.
Please call Marmot UK on 015395 63616 to locate your size and colour.
Why not try a UK based Google search for 'Marmot Vapour Trail half zip' and locate an online stockist.
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