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Marmot Women's Minimalist Jacket Video

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It’s been raining here for about a week and we finally got a day that looks like it’s going to be relatively dry so we thought we’d go out for a hike and I’ve got on the Marmot Minimalist Jacket and I wanted to run through some of the features of this great piece. The Minimalist jacket is made from Gore-tex Paclite shell. This is an extremely lightweight and durable fabric that is 100% waterproof with taped seams as well as being excellent for breathability so it’s going to be a great piece to buy if you’re looking for rainwear that can be used year round. The women’s Minimalist jacket has a cut that will allow you to layer a sweater, fleece or lightweight insulation under it but it’s not cut too bulky, so if you are wearing it like I am today, with just a lightweight base layer underneath of it, you still get a good fit out of it. The women’s Minimalist jacket has a one-way, full zippered front to it with a snap to secure the bottom of the zipper. At the bottom hem there are two, hand drawcord adjustments which allow you to cinch the bottom in tight and keep out wind and rain and it has adjustable velcro cuffs as well. For convenience, there are two hand pockets which are zippered and have velcro secured attachment on the outside. They are quite room and it’s easy to stow items in there or warm your hands if it’s a chilly day. For improved ventilation there is an underarm pit zip on this jacket. You’ll notice it is cut deeper into the body so it does some aggressive venting. It is easy to operate with one hand and it does have a double storm flap which really helps to keep wind and rain out of that zipper. There is a very nice hood that is not too roomy or too small. You could definitely fit a hat underneath of it and you’ve got three, good adjustment points that allow you to adjust the fit to meets your needs based on the weather and your comfort range. So, two adjustment points on the outside here as well as a drawcord toggle at the back, which when cinched in adjusts your peripheral vision as well as how far the brim will sit overtop of your face. True to its name, the women’s Minimalist jacket doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles to weigh you down or take up a lot of space in your pack. It’s got the features that you want for staying dry in inclement weather and it’s going to be the perfect partner on any wet weather hiking trip. It’s been raining here for about a week and we finally got a day that looks like it’s going to be relatively dry so we thought we’d go out for a hike and I’ve got on the Marmot Minimalist Jacket and I wanted to run through some of the features of this great piece. The Minimalist jacket is made from Gore-tex Paclite shell. This is an extremely lightweight and durable fabric that is 100% waterproof with taped seams as well as being excellent for breathability so it’s going to be a great piece to buy if you’re looking for rainwear that can be used year round. The women’s Minimalist jacket has a cut that will allow you to layer a sweater, fleece or lightweight insulation under it but it’s not cut too bulky, so if you are wearing it like I am today, with just a lightweight base layer underneath of it, you still get a good fit out of it. The women’s Minimalist jacket has a one-way, full zippered front to it with a snap to secure the bottom of the zipper. At the bottom hem there are two, hand drawcord adjustments which allow you to cinch the bottom in tight and keep out wind and rain and it has adjustable velcro cuffs as well. For convenience, there are two hand pockets which are zippered and have velcro secured attachment on the outside. They are quite room and it’s easy to stow items in there or warm your hands if it’s a chilly day. For improved ventilation there is an underarm pit zip on this jacket. You’ll notice it is cut deeper into the body so it does some aggressive venting. It is easy to operate with one hand and it does have a double storm flap which really helps to keep wind and rain out of that zipper. There is a very nice hood that is not too roomy or too small. You could definitely fit a hat underneath of it and you’ve got three, good adjustment points that allow you to adjust the fit to meets your needs based on the weather and your comfort range. So, two adjustment points on the outside here as well as a drawcord toggle at the back, which when cinched in adjusts your peripheral vision as well as how far the brim will sit overtop of your face. True to its name, the women’s Minimalist jacket doesn’t have a lot of bells and whistles to weigh you down or take up a lot of space in your pack. It’s got the features that you want for staying dry in inclement weather and it’s going to be the perfect partner on any wet weather hiking trip.

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