Marmot Womens Dropway Jacket


Marmot Women's Dropway Jacket

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Track the blissful white in Marmot® Women's Dropway Jacket. This insulated technical ski jacket boasts a sealed two-layer construction that blends the warmth of synthetic Thermal R® insulation with the weather-protection of laminated Marmot NanoPro® MemBrain®. We zoned in on details by incorporating a helmet-compatible storm hood with a laminated brim, zippered neck gusset, PitZips and powder skirt, and dialed up the cache of comfortable extras for a totally enviable package.

  • Marmot® Nanopro™ 2 Layer Waterproof/Breathable fabrid
  • 100% seam taped 2-layer construction
  • Attached helmet compatible storm hood with brim
  • Thermal R® insulation
  • Zippered neck gusset
  • PitZips with water-resistant zippers
  • Chest pocket with water-resistant zipper
  • Zippered handwarmer pockets
  • Zip wrist pocket
  • Powder skirt
  • Internal zippered media pocket
  • Mesh goggle pocket
  • HD brushed Tricot collar and shoulder lining
  • Elastic drawcord hem
  • Adjustable Velcro® cuff
  • Regular Fit

Product Features:

Fabric NanoPro™ MemBrain® 100% Nylon Plain Weave 4.0 oz/yd
Centerback Length 29"
Weight 1 lb. 15.3 oz. (887.3 g)

Style Number: 76740

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Started in the 1970s by two college students, the Marmot "club" involved climbing glaciated peaks with other "Marmots."  During the next two years, the two young men began experimenting with down products - a sweater, a parka, and three down sleeping bags. Then, in 1973 the two, along with a friend, purchased a retail location in Colorado and dubbed it Marmot Mountain Works.

By 1974 the company now known as Marmot® was born. As fate would have it, an acquaintance asked them to make 108 puffy jackets for a new Clint Eastwood movie - definitively putting them on the map. Soon introduced to Gore-Tex® fabric via another acquaintance the two began designing and manufacturing products with this new innovative technology.

The late 70s saw a company that was experiencing consistent growth by delivering a high-quality performance product. Today's Marmot has a tireless commitment to building the finest outdoor clothing and equipment available.