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Marmot Men's Minimalist Jacket or Women's Celeste EVODry Jacket EXPIRED

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Marmot.com has Men's Minimalist Jacket on sale for $74.50. Shipping is free. Thanks daisybeetle

Marmot.com also has Women's Celeste EVODry Jacket on sale for $74.50. Shipping is free.

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  • The Men's Minimalist Waterproof Jacket is a lightweight shell featuring a wind-blocking hydrophobic membrane and weight-minimizing Paclite technology that will add comfort to your rainy outdoor adventure. The Jacket has a PFC-free, water-repellent finish.
  • Women's Celeste EVODry Jacket features new MemBrain EVODry, a fabric that is both waterproof and breathable. Features two-way zipper prevents the jacket from bunching up while seated. -slickdewmaster

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If you are on the fence about this, I'd say buy it. It's the nicest rain jacket I've ever worn. It looks like a nice jacket, rather than a garbage bag...goretex...and maybe most importantly...pit zips.

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Finally I can afford a Marmot
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If you are on the fence about this, I'd say buy it. It's the nicest rain jacket I've ever worn. It looks like a nice jacket, rather than a garbage bag...goretex...and maybe most importantly...pit zips.

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If you are on the fence about this, I'd say buy it. It's the nicest rain jacket I've ever worn. It looks like a nice jacket, rather than a garbage bag...goretex...and maybe most importantly...pit zips.

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Thank you. Does it run a little large or slim for a given size? Some reviews are saying 'size up' and some saying it runs large for a fat person:|
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[quote="Subliminal;135212960"]If you are on the fence about this, I'd say buy it. It's the nicest rain jacket I've ever worn. It looks like a nice jacket, rather than a garbage bag...goretex...and maybe most importantly...pit zips.

That jacket being a goretex hardshell is it noisy one?
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Thanks. Was waiting for a deal on a good, light shell. I have liked my Marmot gear thus far.
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If you are on the fence about this, I'd say buy it. It's the nicest rain jacket I've ever worn. It looks like a nice jacket, rather than a garbage bag...goretex...and maybe most importantly...pit zips.

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The Minimalist is Goretex and it doesn't look like a garbage bag. You seem to be confusing Goretex with the nylon that one typically finds on down/synthetic insulated jackets, which definitely does look garbage bags in certain applications.
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Does it waterproof? Alot of reviews said this jacket has leak issues. Can someone who owns it verify?
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The waste seems very high. Better buy waterproof pants too.
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I have the slight step up, in terms of weight, from the Minimalist (the Essence, it's on from the same product line) and it's my #1 rain jacket. Took it to Iceland last year and hiked a few mountains with weather ranging from wind to rain to blizzard - yes, actual blizzard at the top. At the end of each trek, I was the only one whose jacket was still repelling water. Others there had good gear, but mine was the only one still beading water after 3 hours.
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I have the slight step up from the Minimalist (the Essence, it's on from the same product line) and it's my #1 rain jacket. Took it to Iceland last year and hiked a few mountains with weather ranging from wind to rain to blizzard - yes, actual blizzard at the top. At the end of each trek, I was the only one whose jacket was still repelling water. Others there had good gear, but mine was the only one still beading water after 3 hours.
There are more variables than just the brand. The water repellancy of Gortex needs to be refreshed from time to time and not everyone's is in the same state. Also lack of beading doesn't necessarily mean the material is letting water thru.

And thanks for the Iceland tip. I'll strike that off my sun-seeker vacation list. Stick Out Tongue
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The Minimalist is Goretex and it doesn't look like a garbage bag. You seem to be confusing Goretex with the nylon that one typically finds on down/synthetic insulated jackets, which definitely does look garbage bags in certain applications.
pretty sure the goretex is used on the inside of the jacket and not on the exterior. so goretex doesn't affect the look.
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What is the better jacket the Marmot or offerings at the Mountain Hardwear deal?
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Just bought a precip for $60 to replace my 4 year old precip that I lost...get a minimalist as well to be good for the next 5+years?

ahhhh curse you SD
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