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Marmot Men's Guides Down Winter Jacket

$118

Marmot Men's Guides Down Winter Jacket

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Product description

Whether it's a multi day adventure with friends or a weekend around town with the family, the Marmot Guides Down Men's Winter Jacket will keep you comfortable even when temps drops. 700-fill-power down ensures you stay warm, while the water-resistant Down Defender treatment will keep you dry—even if a little rain comes your way. Velcro cuffs and an elastic drawcord hem ensure a secure fit and help block the elements. Unlike other winter coats for men, puffer jackets, and men's down jackets, it features a two-way zipper that won't bunch up as you're sitting down. Hand, chest, and interior pockets help keep small gear accessible as you explore.


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Cold Technologies

From planned treks in chilly temperatures to unexpected turns in the weather, we offer the ultimate in protection with cold-weather technologies like Featherless, SpiraFil, and PrimaLoft.

Wind Technologies

From blustery winds at the top of the mountain to unexpected gusts on the trail, Gore Windstopper will block the wind so you stay comfortable.

Heat Technologies

When nature turns the heat on during your adventure, our Coolmax, DriClime, and SolarShield technologies will keep you dry and cool.

Water Technologies

When the weather turns from a sprinkle to a storm on your next trip, GoreTex, NanoPro, and MemBrain technologies ensure the water will roll right off.

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Marmot Men's Guides Down Winter Jacket

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