|Marmot DriClime Jacket
£70.00, added Jun/2007, see all Marmot news & reviews
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DriClime Jacket #1© Marmot, Jun 2007
This is the newest version of an outdoor classic. The DriClime was the original softshell concept.
The updated DriClime Jacket has been improved with a new DriClime fabric that gives a softer feel on the inner that can be worn next-to-skin. The DWR treatment on the outer makes this an excellent jacket for the inclement weather experienced at the crags of the UK.
This newest version of the DriClime differs from the 'Original' DriClime Jacket by being warmer with the addition of two onseam handwarmer pockets and a chest pocket.
Lightweight and versatile, wear it all day or stuff it in your sack as an emergency layer. Essential on multi-pitch climbs on sea cliffs or doing any multi-pitch route were it may be cold in the shade or there is a chance of cooler weather.
Water repellency and wind resistance is provided by the Banshee DWR technology. It's warm when wet and dries out fast.
Weight:14 ozs / 397 g
Shell material:Banshee P-170 with Marmot Defender DWR
Sizes:S - XXL
On seam hand warmer pockets
Wind resistant, water repellent, and breathable fabric protects you from mild conditions so you stay comfortable
DriClime® Bi-Component wicking lining for breathability and excellent moisture transfer
Napoleon chest pocket vertical front chest pocket stores small items for quick access
Elastic draw cord hem for adjustability in serious weather
DriClime® lined collar and chin guard moisture wicking fabric for comfort around your neck and face.
Wind flap behind front zipper protects against drafts
Elastic cuffs for comfort
Angel-Wing Movement™ allows full range of motion in arms so jacket doesn't ride up
Standard Fit A general performance cut for multi sport fit.
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