Marmot Women's Wiley Jacket

 

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Casual, Comfortable and Collected

Sometimes, nothing beats a nice, warm, thick piled fleece jacket. It may not be the lightest material, but it will certainly keep you warm- it's what the Polartec 300 is designed to do. It's a simple, fairly minimalist jacket, with two hand pockets and one chest pocket, but sometimes, with the right materials, and the right cut, simple is what you want. And we certainly think Marmot got the materials and cut right with this one. Whether you're spending time at Everest Base Camp, or just walking the dog around the British countryside, this jacket will see you through.

  • Product Weight: 1lbs 0.9oz (479.1g)
  • Main Fabric: Polartec® Classic 300 100% Polyester Shearling 11.5 oz/yd | 75% Nylon, 25% Cotton Plain Weave 3.0 oz/yd
  • Polartec® Classic 300
  • Zippered Hand Pockets
  • Zippered Chest Pocket
  • Elastic Bound Cuffs and Hem

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