Marmot Precip Rain Jacket Mens (Small, Blue Sapphire)

June 17, 2016 - Comment

100% nylon ripstop PreCip® Dry Touch technology Angel-Wing Movement™ allows for full range of motion 100% seam taped full visibility roll-up hood with integral collar DriClime® lined chin guard elastic drawcord hem Pitzips™ double storm flap over zipper with snap Velcro® closure Pack Pockets™ Product Features 50% cotton, 50% polyester jersey knit PreCip® Dry Touch

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(as of April 19, 2020 5:49 pm EDT - Details)

100% nylon ripstop PreCip® Dry Touch technology Angel-Wing Movement™ allows for full range of motion 100% seam taped full visibility roll-up hood with integral collar DriClime® lined chin guard elastic drawcord hem Pitzips™ double storm flap over zipper with snap Velcro® closure Pack Pockets™

Product Features

  • 50% cotton, 50% polyester jersey knit
  • PreCip®
  • Dry Touch technology
  • Angel-Wing Movement™
  • allows for full range of motion

Comments

Marc Arndt says:

Good rain protection, but a delicate garment. I’ve had 2 Marmot Precip jackets. Living in San Diego, I only get a few opportunities to wear them a year. So they spend 99% of their life in a closet. Yet, after about a year the white coating on the interior disintegrates and suddenly there are white flakes everywhere. I know $99 isn’t a lot of money in the outdoor jacket world, but I have similar light rain jackets that haven’t disintegrated in the closet. I understand there are care tips specific to this delicate white coating, but I…

Julie Nutting says:

Interior of jacket is disintegrating Interior lining of jacket is quickly disintegrating. I have only used the jacket about five times and began noticing the lining tearing in a small area, now it is torn in multiple areas only after gentle use. Possibly I got a fake. None the less have to buy another.

Ronald M Smith says:

Not bad for a jacket worn and used where the average … This is my second PreCip jacket. Old one lasted 15 years before losing it’s waterproof ability in a couple areas. Not bad for a jacket worn and used where the average rainfall is above 60 inches a year. And it was/is often worn as an outer wind blocking layer also. Packs light and small, very nice when camping and hiking, which we do a lot of. Breathability seems the same as the old one, and is excellent. Honestly only ever used the “pit vents” a couple times, they did work as designed,…

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