Marmot Men's DriClime Windshirt
Quickly on its way to becoming a classic, the Men's Marmot DriClime Windshirt, is the original go-anywhere, do-anything multi layer capable top. As a baselayer, midlayer, or outer layer the bi-component knit fabric is engineered to draw moisture away from your skin, or lower layers, and spread it out across the outer surface to speed evaporation and drying. DriClime works mechanically, it's not a finish, or treatment, hence it will never wear out. The jacket aids ventilation with mesh pit vents and its full front zip. Another key feature is the Angel-Wing Movement technology, which allows full range of movement without the sleeves riding up. Finishing touches include the elastic cuffs and a zippered chest pocket. The very definition of functionality, pull on the DriClime Windshirt for men from Marmot.
- Material: 100% polyester with Marmot Defender DWR, 1.7 oz/yd
- Lining: DriClime® 100% polyester lining, 2.7 oz/yd
- Wind resistant, water repellent, and breathable
- Mesh pit vents
- Zippered chest pocket
- DriClime® lined collar and chin guard
- Wind flap behind front zipper
- Elastic cuffs
- Angel-Wing Movement™
Purchase the Marmot DriClime Windshirt for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- December 28 2011
Men's DriClime Windshirt is a very good clothes! It is very breathable. Compared with the other clothes, the price is reasonable. I got a black one and the large size. It wears very comfortable. Value for money!
- December 14 2011
Very versatile shirt/jacket
This is my third Marmot Wind Shirt in 30 years. I wear them more than any outdoor clothing I have ever owned. They're great over a t-shirt in mild weather and equally as good as a layer under a parka or shell.
- December 8 2011
The wind shirt is light weight and very comfortable for temperatures down to the mid 40s. The sleeves are a bit long. There are no pockets, but the is probably why they call this a shirt and not a jacket. I have the DriClime vest which I wear all the time. If the wind shirt is like the vest, it should wear very well.
- June 28 2011
I wore this Windshirt hiking the Camino Spring 2011 and fell in love with it. Perfect for layering and for the weight unbelievably warm. Sadly I left it on a train in Leon and had to make do with a much bulkier and not as comfortable replacement. The day I got home I bought another DriClime Windshirt. I'm thinking of purchasing a backup-backup for when I wear this one to death. A must have for travel.
- May 31 2011
Lives in my crag pack!
I love this windshirt. It is soft, warm, comfortable and functional. It layers very well with rain gear and warmer jackets. I also like this to wear while belaying on colder days or to block the wind from howling through my body. This 'jacket' is also extremely packable so it never leaves my pack. I would highly recommend it!