Marmot Men’s Precip Jacket, Black, X-Large

April 29, 2014 - Comment

The PreCip Jacket is reliable, value-oriented, full-function rainwear for backcountry and urban travelers alike. Product Features PreCip Dry Touch Technology, Waterproof/Breathable 100% Seam Taped Full Visibility Roll-Up Hood with Integral Collar Pack Pockets PitZips for ventilation

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The PreCip Jacket is reliable, value-oriented, full-function rainwear for backcountry and urban travelers alike.

Product Features

  • PreCip Dry Touch Technology, Waterproof/Breathable
  • 100% Seam Taped
  • Full Visibility Roll-Up Hood with Integral Collar
  • Pack Pockets
  • PitZips for ventilation

Comments

W. Moncure says:

Excellent Rain Jacket for Mid-Atlantic Spring – and Then Some I was trapped in Cincinnati about a week ago when the incessant rain came through. From sprinkles in the evenings, to at one point sheets of rain coming down that would have soaked me otherwise, the Marmot Precip jacket that I purchased at Dick’s Sporting Goods turned out to be one of the best investments for the week (and probably well into the future) that I’ve made in my wardrobe purchases.One thing about this jacket is that if you run water from the sink over the sleeve, absolutely no water gets through. It just runs right off. Truly watertight, yet comfortably thin enough to be breathable. Also if it’s dusted with rain drops, you can just “shake it out” before you go inside and hang it up without water all over the place sliding all over you like on some more traditional rubberized raincoats. It packs extremely well for the business traveler (me) or backpacker, and can be layered to achieve the necessary warmth for the season. I imagine that this jacket will work well…

Jeff Rader "jrr" says:

Found snow. Wasn’t expecting snow. I went out on a hike in the Government Camp area of Mt. Hood yesterday. I was expecting rain and this would be the second time I was going to wear my cobalt blue Precip on a rainy hike. The first time, last weekend, it was just a sprinkle and I stayed completely dry. This time it was raining pretty hard and my friend and I were going on a lost hike – all the bridges across the 5 streams we had to cross had fallen long ago. When we hit 1400 to 4000 feet we experienced showers, light and heavy. I was perfectly dry and warm. At 4000 feet we crossed the snow line. I put on a fleece over my wool shirt and zipped up my precip. By the time I hit the summit, around 4500 feet, I was covered in snow and afraid I might lose my toes since I had not worn adequate snow boots. My torso was still dry and warm. We ran back down below the snow line to heat my feet back up. On the way back I fell into one of those streams we had to cross, but the jacket repelled the water (my pants did too, but that’s…

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