Marmot Women's DriClime Windshirt
Another legendary piece from Marmot, this time it's the Women's Marmot DriClime Windshirt. With a sheer durable water repellant (DWR) treated shell, and DriClime moisture management technology inside, this classic Jill-of-all-trades top will keep you comfortable and dry from the beach to the high mountains. DriClime is engineered to mechanically draw moisture away from your skin and spread it out across the outer fabric to speed the drying process, hence it's not a finish that can wash or wear out, it works forever. Angel-Wing Movement shoulder construction and elastic cuffs help the sleeves stay where they should, no matter what you're doing, and the women's specific cut offers a flowing fit and pleasing silhouette. As a stand-alone top, or as a layer, you'll find a surprising number of uses for the versatile DriClime Windshirt for women from Marmot.
- Material: 100% polyester DWR Ottaman, 2.2 oz/yd
- Lining: DriClime® 100% polyester, 2.7 oz/yd
- Wind resistant, water repellent, and breathable
- DriClime® lined collar and chin guard
- Elastic cuffs
- Interior pocket
- Reflective logos
- Angel-Wing Movement™
- Sized specifically for women
- Center back length: 26 in, 66 cm
- Weight: 8.4 oz, 238.1 g
Purchase the Marmot DriClime Windshirt for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- January 4 2012
My husband bought one and proclaimed it his "favorite piece of gear/clothing"... which is saying something. He got me one and I LOVE it. Not too hot, just right temperature and great wind protection. I wear it over capilene and run in cold temps without getting too sweaty. Love it to just wear around Denver even in mild winter temps with a hat and gloves. I haven't had it long enough to comment on the durability!
- August 3 2010
No room in the bust
This is a great jacket, and I was so looking forward to wearing it. But like most women's fitness wear, Marmot has a cut which does not accommodate any bust. Even buying a larger size doesn't work- the chest pulls and it's baggy everywhere else. Great fabric and construction.
- July 24 2010
Love this shirt
This windshirt is the perfect weight which I think will also be great to layer with in the winter. It is wind resistant, water resistant and is very easy to pack. I also love the zip up collar. The only thing I would change would be to give it outside pockets. Love it!
- May 11 2011
I love this shirt but it is small
I love it and debated about small vs medium an decided to go with medium after reading reviews. I returned my medium and am buying a large. The only thing I don't like is that the lining sticks to some clothes and makes it a little hard to pull on. Feels great against skin.
- October 13 2010
good light insulating layer
This is a great little jacket for fall days. Other reviewers are correct that it runs small in the bust. This is good for me since I am not blessed in that arena and I don't then have a lot of extra material. I usually wear a small in other clothes like Patagonia but bought a medium in this jacket. I also like the shirt-tail hem because it provides a little extra coverage.