Marmot Men's Aviate Jacket

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Marmot Men's Aviate Jacket

Keep yourself warm and dry in any weather this winter with the Marmot Aviate Jacket for men. This waterproof and breathable ski jacket is insulated with 650 fill goose down and is ready keep pace with your winter ambitions. Whether youre skiing at the resort or sledding with the kids, the Aviate Jacket is your ticket to a warm, dry day. Marmot MemBrain 2-layer waterproof fabric maintains breathability and durable weather protection. The Aviate is built to keep you dry all day and for many winters to come. The 650-fill goose down insulation delivers the peace-of-mind comfort you need to head outside with confidence in any weather. The polyester lining makes the Aviate a breeze to slip into, while the hand warmer pockets are just that, great hand warmers. The bomber-jacket-inspired rib-knit cuffs and waist help seal out the cold and give the Aviate a classic appearance. Set yourself up with a jacket that is ready to keep pace. Embrace winter with the Marmot Aviate Jacket for men.

  • Material: Valiant 4.0 oz 100% Nylon MemBrain® 2-layer waterproof/breathable Fabric
  • Lining: Spectrum 1.3 oz 100% Polyester WR
  • Insulation: 650 Fill Goose Down
  • Chest Pocket with Water Resistant Zipper
  • DriClime® Lined Chin Guard
  • Hand Warmer Pockets with Water Resistant Zipper
  • Inside Zip Pocket
  • Marmot MemBrain®
  • Rib-knit cuffs and waistband
  • Sleeve pocket with water-resistant zipper
  • Zip-off down-filled hood
  • Weight: 2 lb 12 oz, 1.247 kg

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5 Star Rating


5 Stars burt - February 15 2012

whatta good deal!
This is the jacket to take out into the storm. It is a bomber style (kinda short) and it is too bulky for layering either under or over (but it doesn't need it). Mine is size L and measures 29" long in the back, weighs 1284g. It is wp, windproof and breathable (I can vouch for its wp: you can drench it and stay dry) and it is really warm. It has a load of 650 down in it so it is bulky. It compares to a well known very expensive bomber that shows up in the movies, and the biggest difference I can see is that it runs large. I usually wear an xl in this type of jacket and the L is slightly large on me. There's nothing missing: it has, zipoff down adjustable hood, zippered inside pocket and knit cuffs and hem. Only weakness is that the handwarmer pockets have no insulation on the weather side. BUT it's a bargain and it will keep you warm and dry in the worst weather!!

5 Stars Mentals - February 5 2012

Warm comfortable
This jacket fit great with enough room to layer. It's totally warm with the 650 proof down. The jacket at first sight looks heavy and uncomfortable but the jacket is very light weight, comfortable and I love that the jacket never rides up no matter what direction I swing my arms.

5 Stars an650 - January 29 2012

Great jacket!
I love my Marmot Aviate down jacket! It's very warm and comfortable. Very lightweight and not bulky like some down jackets. The handwarmer pockets have a nice lining making it feel warm to the touch unlike some jackets on the market. The quality seems quite good. I like that you can detach the hood. I'm 6 ft tall and 190 lbs. The large I bought is a little oversize for me; but I believe the medium might be a little too snug. I would highly recommend this jacket.

5 Stars MikeyMike - January 24 2012

Great jacket for the price
The Aviate is exactly what I expected it to be. A light, warm, down-filled jacket for the extreme temperatures of winter. It's the perfect jacket for trekking through the city in those below-freezing temps. Definitely recommend!

5 Stars barnaclebilliam - April 12 2011

Aviate Jacket is great product
Bought jacket at end of season(March). Was looking for something stylish,yet casual and this is it all the way. Fit and finish,to use an auto analogy,are excellent.I'm tall(6'4" and lanky(200#) and it fits great (size:large).There is a bit of extra room which is fine by me. Lowest temperature i've worn it in is 35 degrees in 30 knot winds.I work on a ship and i was very warm wearing just a cotton t-shirt and regular shirt.Driving rain doesn't penetrate jacket. First Marmot product,but it won't be the last.

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