Marmot PreCip Stretch Jacket

 

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Lightweight, stretch waterproof jacket

The Marmot Men's PreCip® Stretch Jacket is lighter than the much vaunted, loved and worn Marmot Precip Jacket, it also features a less boxy fit (as the stretch means it can be worn slightly trimmer even when layering without restriction on movement), a 2 way waterproof main zip and a more matt finish which looks super smart. The interior dry-touch finish means it also nice against skin and fabrics internally too.
It uses NanoPro Stretch with a nylon face fabric which offers surprising levels of breathability and durability for such a light jacket and its air-permeability makes the jacket start breathing and comfortable as soon as you put it on. Other features include pitzips,  articulated elbows, VELCRO® cuffs, an adjustable hood and it stuffs into its own pocket.

We love this jacket as a summer hill walking piece, for travel and general wear and it would also make a great emergency shell for climbers (though the hood won't fit over a helmet).

Marmot NanoPro Stretch:
Waterproofness: 10,000 mm minimum
Breathability: 17,000 gm / 24h minimum
CFM: 0.2 CFM Air Permeability
Hohenstein RET: 5.0 to 5.4
Technology: 2.5 layer Microporous Coating with Dry Touch finish
 
What Marmot say:
"The most technically advanced 2.5 Layer coating on the market. Offering unprecedented performance in a coated fabric with it's Dynamic Air Permeability, and long term durable waterproofness. Marmot NanoPro™ is 43% more breathable than our previous coating technology. This advancement in fabric technology brings a new level of performance to value conscious consumers. Marmot NanoPro™ coating utilizes a new microporous technology with a pore structure that is 30% smaller than previous generations. These very small, very densely packed pores allow for enhanced breathability while maintaining excellent waterproofness. This pore structure is also air permeable allowing for dynamic air exchange. This air permeability combined with the enhanced breathability creates a fabric that is incredible comfort through a wide range of actives."

  • 280g
  • Regular Fit
  • NanoPro™ 100% Nylon Plain Weave Stretch 2.3 oz/ yd
  • Marmot NanoPro™ Stretch waterproof and breathable fabric; 100% seam-taped to keep water out
  • PitZips provide ventilation to regulate body temperature
  • Articulated elbows for increased mobility
  • 2-way, water-resistant center front zipper
  • Stuffs easily into its own pocket
  • Zipped hand pockets
  • Attached hood with peripheral cord adjustment
  • Adjustable VELCRO® cuffs

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