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Marmot Women's Cascade Jacket


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Inspired by a long history of staying dry in the mountains, Marmot® Women's Cascade Jacket brings a retro feel to this breathable waterproof 2L rain shell for everyday excursions. Polyester ripstop fabric with water repellent coating and 100% taped seams make this a prime stormproof option when you're headed into work or the woods. Snap button cover over the center zipper adds a vintage touch that will win you style points with old school mountain townies and your weekend crew.

  • NanoPro™ 100% Post-Consumer Recycled Polyester Ripstop waterproof and breathable fabric
  • 100% seam-taped for complete leak proof protection
  • Environmentally conscious PFC-Free DWR for premium water repellency to keep you dry
  • Zippered hand pockets keep things secure
  • Full-coverage, fixed hood with adjustments
  • Center zip with snap closure for extra weather protection and a vintage look
  • Adjustable velcro cuffs block out the cold
  • Adjustable drawcord hem keeps cold air out
  • Covered zippered hand pockets offer convenient storage and a vintage look
  • Regular Fit
  • Machine wash cold, use liquid detergent, do not use powdered detergent, do not use fabric softeners, do not use bleach, gentle cycle, rinse twice; tumble dry low, do not iron, do not dry clean, do not store wet

Product Features:

Fabric NanoPro™ 100% Post-Consumer Recycled Polyester Ripstop
Centerback Length 26"
Weight 1 lbs. 4 oz.(565 g)

Style Number: M15394

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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.