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The Marmot Men’s Stride Jacket is a wind resistant, water-repellent, breathable softshell designed to keep you comfortable during high-aerobic activities in moderate weather conditions. With the added feature of 360-degree reflectivity, you’ll be more visible in lower-light scenarios such as evening runs on back roads.
Offering a balance of breathability with thermal qualities and protection from cooler, somewhat inclement weather, the Stride Jacket features interior wicking lining made of Marmot’s DriClime Bi-Component wicking fabric. There are also mesh vents built in to keep heat and sweat from building up within the Stride Jacket. A collar with an adjustment cord, elastic bound cuffs, and an elastic draw cord hem add to the simple comfort benefits of the Stride Jacket.
Other features of the Stride Jacket include zippered hand pockets and a zip chest pocket with a headphone port.
Available in several size and color options, the Marmot Stride Jacket has an athletic fit that layers well over low-profile base layers.
- Wind Resistant, Water Repellant, and Breathable
- DriClime Bi-Component Wicking Lining
- Zippered Hand Pockets
- Zippered Chest Pocket with Headphone Port
- Mesh Vents
- Collar with Adjustment Cord
- Elastic Cuffs
- 360 Reflectivity
- Elastic Drawcord Hem
Jacket Back Length Hip-Length Center Back Length 28" Recommended Use Trail Running and Hiking Warranty Limited Lifetime Type Water Repellant/Breathable Jacket Shell Material 100% Polyester Ripstop DWR 1.5 oz/yd Other 360 Degree Reflectivity Number of Pockets 3 Item Weight 8.8 oz Fit Athletic Fit
Likes: Wind does not penetrate the jacket. Surprisingly warm in spite of light weight, not bulky at all. Nice fit, not too snug and not too loose. Kept me warm while hiking in low-40s temps with windy conditions and no precipitation. I can't speak to its water-repellency yet but am looking forward to it.
Dislikes: "Vapor Yellow" color is very high-visibility, which is what I was after, but not quite the shade of yellow I would have preferred.