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Unisex Size Chart
SIZE XS SMALL MEDIUM LARGE XL XXL
NECK 13.5-14 in 14.5-15 in 15.5-16 in 16.5-17 in 17.5-18 in 18.5-19 in
CHEST 33-35 in 36-38 in 39-41 in 42-45 in 46-49 in 50-53 in
SLEEVE 30-31 in 32-33 in 34-35 in 35-36 in 36-37 in 37-38 in

Pants & Bibs
SIZE XS SMALL MEDIUM LARGE XL XXL
WAIST 26-28 in 28-30 in 31-33 in 34-36 in 37-39 in 40-42 in
HIP 36-38 in 38-40 in 40-42 in 43-45 in 46-48 in 50-52 in
INSEAM (SHORT) 26 in 27.5 in 29 in 30.5 in 31 in 31.5 in
INSEAM (REG) 28 in 29.5 in 31 in 32.5 in 33 in 33.5 in
INSEAM (LONG) 30 in 31.5 in 33 in 34.5 in 35 in 35.5 in

Size by Height & Weight
4'11" - 5'2" 5'2" - 5'6" 5'6" - 5'10" 5'10" - 6'2" 6'2" - 6'6"
90 - 110lbs XS S
110 - 135lbs XS S M
135 - 160lbs S - M M M - L
160 - 195lbs M - L L L - XL
195 - 230lbs L L - XL XL - XXL
230 - 265lbs XL - XXL XXL - XXXL
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HOW TO MEASURE
NECK: Measure around the base of your neck
CHEST/BUST: Measure the fullest part of your chest/bust, keeping the tape at your armpits
WAIST: Measure your natural waist, where your torso is the smallest
HIP: Stand with feet together and measure the fullest part of your hips
SLEEVE: Bend elbow slightly and measure from the center back to your elbow and down to your wrist
INSEAM: From a standing position measure from your crotch to your ankle

Marmot Minimalist Jacket - Men's

Item# 4151

$199.95

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Designed for those who move fast and light, the Marmot Minimalist Jacket provides unparalleled emergency protection. It compresses into nothing so you never have to leave home without it! Perfect for quick summit attempts and weekend trips alike.

  • GORE-TEX® with Paclite® Technology
  • PitZips™ - Underarm Zip That Extends Into the Body for Aggressive Venting
  • 100% Seam Taped - For Full Waterproofness
  • Attached Adjustable Hood - Offers a full range of adjustability for complete weather protection
  • Chest Pocket with Water-Resistant Zipper - Chest Pocket with W/R Zipper
  • Zippered Hand Pockets - For Convenience
  • Storm Flap over Zipper with Snap/Velcro® Closure - Storm Flap over Zipper with Snap/Velcro Closure
  • Elastic Draw Cord Hem - For Adjustability in Serious Weather
  • Angel-Wing Movement™ - Allows Full Range of Motion in Arms so Jacket Doesn't Ride Up
Waterproof Yes
Windproof Yes
Hood Yes
GORE-TEX® Yes
Removable Hood No
Gender Men's
Shell fabric GORE-TEX®Paclite®100% Polyester 3.6 oz/yd
Back length 28 in (71 cm)
Weight 15 oz (425.2 g)
Removable liner No

"A nice, light and easy to use hiking jacket, ideal for light hiking or casual wear."

Rating:
Yes, I would recommend this product.

The Marmot Minimalist Gore-Tex paclite jacket is a good option if you are looking for a GTX jacket for medium level hiking or casual wear for a good price. The design is simple. No different color and various shape parts or seams. It has two normal side pockets and one chest pocket. Not many GTX jackets have pockets like that, most have two big pockets that zip open downwards across the chest which makes them more difficult to access and things inside get in way, I see this as an advantage. On the other hand compare to the extreme GTX jackets, the pockets have normal zips, not YKK so is the main zipper, so do not expect it to be completely water sealed at those parts in the heaviest rains. Pit zips are a good feature on this jacket, really helps ventilation. I had it since November 2013 and used it mostly for MTB biking rather than hiking. When I was going down hill at speeds around 50 km/h when it was dense fog with temperature around 0°C, the kind of conditions that chill you to the bone, I did not feel a thing. So no question about it, it is wind/water proof like a GTX jacket should be. On the other hand I would question its breathability. Of course when you really sweat, you are wet no matter what you wear. But even after normal hikes, just walking slowly it was completely wet from the inside. I do not think that it should hold moisture as much. I guess it is due to the inner protection material which is probably cheep and not that technical and after all it is the older GTX paclite shell, not active shell. Another minus I would say is its shape. It is short and wide and the back part is the same length as the front part. Shape is individual of course, but the back part should be several cm longer than the front for protection around the waist. The biggest plus, or I would even say it is a state of the art is its hood. Simply fantastic! Since it is not designed for a climbing helmet to fit under it (which is very good compare to most other GTX jackets I think) it fits and can be adjusted and tightened on any head. When you turn or move your head in any way it moves with it and never gets into your field of view!!! Even with a bike helmet over it. This is really important. I had other GTX jackets where hoods always fell over my eyes and covered my sight when I turned my head no matter what adjustments I made to it. I have the cobalt blue color, it is really nice, just as shown.
Over all, the Marmot Minimalist Gore-Tex paclite jacket is not perfect, but good value despite the few disadvantages and you really get what you pay for. I would recommended it.

"lightweight, does well in rain other than torrential downpours"

Rating:
Yes, I would recommend this product.

Got this for my husband for Christmas and had it delivered to California where we were headed to be with family. Opening it, we saw there was some slight tearing of the internal layer just at the wrist, however we were sort of stuck with it, as we were headed to New Zealand the next day for 3 weeks. My husband called OMCgear customer service and was assured that he could return it if it didn't perform as expected. It rained A TON in New Zealand, and the jacket kept him dry, other than at the end of a long hike when we were at the top, out from under the forest cover, when it started to pour hard for the last 20-30 minutes of the hike! Even then I don't think he got too wet. He's still happy with it and hasn't returned it yet.

"Great jacket!"

Rating:
Yes, I would recommend this product.

Purchased this jacket for everyday wear; working in music touring, I encounter lots of varying weather. Only had the chance to wear it once layered over a heavy fleece in zero degree weather in Des Moines, IA. Jacket is completely wind proof and waterproof. I'm 5'7", 150lbs, and the small fits perfectly, even layered over fleece. Definitely recommend!

"Waterproof and light weight"

Rating:
Yes, I would recommend this product.

This jacket is great for heavy rain and fits well. I normally wear a small but I have hips so the I got a medium because it is fitted on the bottom where it zips. The medium was great with a fleece or no fleece under it. The one thing I might change is my color choice. I got black and it can get warm in the sun if you use it for mosquito control as well as rain. It does have pit zips though.