Marmot Minimalist Jacket Chubasqueros, Chaqueta, Prueba De Viento, Impermeable, Transpirable, Hombre

4,5 de 5 estrellas 620 valoraciones

Precio: 254,26€ 363,24€
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  • La Minimalist es la chaqueta para la lluvia clásica de Marmot; El diseño de 2, 5 capas ofrece una protección ideal contra la lluvia y el viento, un tamaño muy reducido al guardarla y muy poco peso
  • Membrana con Gore-Tex Paclite, dos capas, costuras selladas, esta chaqueta HardShell es totalmente impermeable y cortavientos; tratamiento DWR, las gotas de agua simplemente se escurren y desaparecen
  • 100% Technology, 100% Technology
  • Estilo del cuello: Banda
  • Minimalist Jacket
  • Esta chaqueta funcional, muy ligera, tiene una capucha ajustable con Un cuello muy alto, puños ajustables y dos cremalleras bajo los brazos que proporcionan una excelente evacuación de la humedad
  • Chaqueta con capucha diseñada de forma inteligente es perfecta para caminatas, hacer senderismo De corta distancia o salidas en bicicleta, y además queda igual de perfecta como ropa de uso cotidiano
  • Dos bolsillos en la parte delantera con cremallera cubierta, un bolsillo de pecho con cremallera, Puños ajustables con velcro, dobladillo con cordón, peso 422G, longitud de la parte posterior de 71cm

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Descripción del producto

Confeccionada con el tejido GORE-TEX con tecnología Paclite, esta chaqueta impermeable Minimalist para hombre, de gran ligereza, cuenta con una membrana hidrófuga, que también actúa como cortavientos, y la tecnología Paclite, que minimiza el peso, lo que le permitirá moverse cómodamente durante su lluviosa aventura al aire libre. El tejido 100 % reciclado tiene un acabado impermeable sin PFC. Póngase esta chaqueta sobre otra con aislamiento para disfrutar de mayor calidez y protección.


Más información del producto

Marmot,chaquetas,bicicleta,senderismo,montaña,impermeable,de lluvia,ropa,deporte,plumas,ligero,esquí

En lo alto de la montaña

Marmot fue fundada en 1974 en Wyoming por Eric Reynolds y Dave Huntley, dos alumnos de la Universidad Santa Cruz de California y fanáticos de la montaña que empezaron produciendo prototipos de productos de plumón en su residencia universitaria. Marmot ha crecido bastante desde nuestros humildes comienzos en 1974, pero una cosa no ha cambiado: nuestro compromiso de desarrollar el producto de mayor rendimiento y calidad.

Detalles del producto

  • Is Discontinued By Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ No
  • Dimensiones del producto ‏ : ‎ 33.02 x 22.86 x 7.62 cm; 422.4 gramos
  • Producto en Amazon.es desde ‏ : ‎ 24 agosto 2018
  • Fabricante ‏ : ‎ Marmot
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B078WF8BST
  • Número de modelo del producto ‏ : ‎ 40330
  • Departamento ‏ : ‎ Hombre
  • Opiniones de los clientes:
    4,5 de 5 estrellas 620 valoraciones
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1,0 de 5 estrellas Useless Jacket, Incredibly Horrible customer service fro Marmot
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K R EVANS
5,0 de 5 estrellas Exactly what I wanted.
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Ray
5,0 de 5 estrellas Excellent jacket
Revisado en Reino Unido el 26 de agosto de 2020
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Temo Canada
5,0 de 5 estrellas Best price to performance Gore Tex jacket that I could find in Mar 2021
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5,0 de 5 estrellas Best price to performance Gore Tex jacket that I could find in Mar 2021
Revisado en Canadá el 2 de abril de 2021
At the time of writing this review in Apr 2021, there are two listings for the men's Marmot Minimalist jacket with Amazon.ca as seller:

The older style Marmot Minimalist can be found by searching ASIN B078WFHR5Y in the Amazon.ca search.
The newer style Marmot Minimalist can be found by searching ASIN B07V5R1XH2 under the Amazon.ca search.

This review was posted under the old style, ASIN B078WFHR5Y, but includes info on the new style as I purchased both to compare.

The old style Minimalist is the much superior jacket. The fit of both (old and new style) hasn't changed, but there are design changes that make the old better.

Pluses
+ The Minimalist (old or new style) are one of the least expensive, if not the least expensive Gore Tex jackets you'll find. (Mar 2021 purchase time)
+ Main zipper closure on the old style Minimalist is meatier and better than the new Minimalist, and the old style is a right handed (men's style) closure.
+ Old style Minimalist breast pocket is on the wearer's left side (for right handed people) and is seam taped.
+ Both old and new style have pit zips
+ Branding logos and writing on the old style Minimalist is sewn on, not stamped / printed on like the new style
+ Sleeve length is generous in L / XL sizes for both old and new style. Great for guys 6' and over.
+ Waist on both old and new style has an elastic closure that can be cinched up.
+ The hood has an elastic that can be cinched up at the rear of the hood. Hood peak is also generous, great if you wear glasses.
+ It's kept me dry in my initial tests in BC rainy weather. Water beaded off.
+ Relatively breathable (more on that below)
+ The name describes it. It's just a 'minimalist', nice looking jacket. Both old and new style Minimalist.

Negatives
- No inner pockets on old or new style Minimalist
- No way to store the hood on old or new style Minimalist. Not even a roll up stow or closure.
- Hem length is just below hip height on old and new Minimalist (not 3/4) and this might be too short for some. I found it no prob for me on Lrge or XL size @ 6'

Details:

The old style Minimalist has what I consider to be the much better zippers compared to the new style Minimalist. It uses a thicker, meatier (albeit plastic) main zipper that catches and closes easier, and zips up / runs easier. So helpful when wearing gloves. The new style Minimalist has a thinner main zipper that is unfortunately a more common trend on newer jackets; I find they tend to be prone to closure problems over time and can be finicky if you're wearing gloves.

Neither the old or new style Minimalist main zipper is seam taped. Both rely on a flap closure for waterproof protection of the main zipper and the flap does a good job of staying closed over the zipper and providing water proof protection. The zipper flap stays in place no problem even without velcro or snap closures.

The main zipper on this old style Minimalist closes right to left, the usual norm for most men's clothing and is considered a right handed closure. Contrast that with the new style men's Minimalist jacket zipper that closes left to right, more common on women's clothing, and is considered a left handed closure.

This old style Minimalist has the breast pocket on the wearer's left side, which means the pocket and it's zipper are more accessible for right handed people. This old style has a seam taped zipper which works here as it's easily accessible and it runs / zips easily. No fuss. The new style Minimalist breast pocket is on the wearer's right side (better access for left handed people) and it's not seam taped. It's got a flap closure. Again ... the zippers / closures on this old style Minimalist are just far better all around.

The pit zips are the same on both the old and new style Minimalist and both work fine. They are not seam taped and don't need to be as they're out of the way.

You can see the hem length from my attached pics. I found the hem length on the Lrge or XL was fine for me @ 6' 205lbs, especially because it has an elastic that can be cinched if needed. I found hem length fine even riding my bike.

I've owned other Marmot jackets and I find Marmot's are generous on sleeve length, including this Minimalist, which is great for guys 6' and over.

A word on fit:

For reference I'm 6'0" tall and 205 lbs.

The fit is 'regular' (non tapered).

I bought the Lrge and XL in both old and new style intending to compare and just keep the one that fit best.
The best fit for me @ 6' 205 lbs was the Large size (old or new style). The sleeves were about perfect, even with arms raised. The chest and waist fit well. This was with a medium or thin layer / layers underneath. I think any guy that's 6', or even up to 6'2" ish on the lean side (200lbs or under) would easily do well with a Large.

That said, I kept the XL. Why? Because at 6' 205 lbs I'm a little on the heavier side in the waist and chest. When I added a thicker fleece or puffer vest underneath in the Large size, the natural hang fit was still good, but as soon as I got active it was slightly constricting in the chest / underarm area. And I do mean slightly. I wanted it to be completely non-restrictive with a thick layer underneath. With a thin layer underneath, the fit of the XL is slightly bulky on me (not bad just slightly), but I don't mind that at all. It's still perfectly fine using the waist and sleeve cinches. This is purely a matter of personal preference. I still think most lean fit guys in the 6' - 6'2" range would be happy with a Large.

A word on the Gore Tex / DWR / water proofing protection:

Marmot uses their Pac Lite Gore Tex technology. Product pictures show three overall jacket layers, but it states: "A protective layer on the inside of the GORE TEX membrane makes a separate lining unnecessary. The result: minimum weight and pack volume".

The Minimalist is also a DWR garment (durable water repellent). DWR is a thin layer of liquid applied to the exterior of garments to to repel oil, grease, dirt and water. The theory is that DWR is less prone to 'wet out' or saturation. I won't speak to the science of this but I do know that to test it, just drop water on the jacket and see if it beads up. If it doesn't you need to restore the DWR. It's a simple process.

To restore DWR:
- Machine wash the jacket no hotter than warm. Double rinse.
- Line dry the jacket
- Once it's dry, tumble dry on a warm, gentle cycle for 20 minutes to reactivate the DWR.

This jacket is relatively breathable. If you're active in the rain eventually you'll get wet due to sweating, even with outstanding breathable rain protection. Best you can hope for is to mitigate that and use really good wicking layers next to the skin. Yes breathable gore text garments help to prevent / reduce wetness, but it's relative. For short or non exerting walks I'm bone dry in this jacket in the rain. Once I get active I sweat; but overall this jacket seems as breathable as any other gore text jacket I've had. No more, no less.

I love this jacket so far. Price to performance you'd be hard pressed to find a better deal in a gore tex jacket, either online or in a brick and mortar store locally. The XL I kept was Amazon used warehouse that arrived in mint perfect condition with all new tags still attached.
It came to $141 CAD after taxes shipped. That was more than $100 cheaper than any other gore text jacket I could find in my small city locally.

Hope this helps. Happy jacket hunting!
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