Women's Hooded Travel Raincoat

Marmot PreCip Women’s Rain Jacket Dark Steel

March 30, 2016 - Comment

A time-tested classic Women’s Rain Jacket. The waterproof PreCip Jacket keeps you dry and features a lightweight design for travel-friendly use. PreCip microporous polyurethane coating creates a waterproof barrier that allows vapor molecules to escape, but doesn’t allow larger liquid molecules to enter. -Fully seam sealed to prevent water from seeping inwards. -Roll-away hood with

A time-tested classic Women’s Rain Jacket. The waterproof PreCip Jacket keeps you dry and features a lightweight design for travel-friendly use. PreCip microporous polyurethane coating creates a waterproof barrier that allows vapor molecules to escape, but doesn’t allow larger liquid molecules to enter.

-Fully seam sealed to prevent water from seeping inwards.
-Roll-away hood with hook-and-loop tab.
-DriClime-lined chin guard prevents chafing.
-Hook-and-loop storm flap over full-zip front closure.
-Angel-Wing Movementâ„¢ allows arms full range of motion.
-PitZips under arms rapidly dissipate heat when opened.
-Two zip hand pockets.
-Drawcord hem and adjustable hook-and-loop cuffs keep the cold out.
-PreCip 2.5L 100% nylon ripstop.
-Machine wash cold, tumble dry low.
-Imported.
-Measurements: Length: 27 in
-Product measurements were taken using size SM. Please note that measurements may vary by size.

Marmot PreCip Real People Review

I ordered three rain shells: North Face Resolve, Patagonia Torrentshell, and Marmot PreCip; all in size medium. I m 5 4 , 132 lbs, hourglass shape with curvy hips. I kept the Marmot PreCip and returned the other two. I liked it best for the fit, because the hood tucks inside the collar, and for the neck fit. The Marmot and Patagonia were both roomy enough for me to wear another light later underneath. The North Face was a little more snug around my hips, and slightly shorter than the other two. The North Face hood also tucks inside the collar. The Patagonia hood does not tuck, but can roll and fasten inside; however, this means the back of your neck will get wet if the hood is wet when you roll it. The neck of the Patagonia came up pretty high in front when zipped all the way up, and was a little stiff. The Patagonia was the only one of the three that did not have Velcro fastening overtop of the zipper; it has the most pared down design, seems like it is the most technical/lightweight of the three. The North Face had a full mesh lining with a plush neck lining, which was nice, as was the look of the contrasting color; the other two were not lined. North Face had elastic bands at the wrists; the other two had adjustable Velcro closures. The Patagonia had the best hood design, with adjustable drawstrings across the back and around the face, and a separate piece above the brow that would keep the brim sitting forward. However, this also means that hearing is most impaired with this hood; since I will wear this shell at music festivals this is a consideration for me. The Marmot ended up being the best choice for me and I appreciate that Zappos makes it easy to order several to compare and make a choice. More Here..

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