Marmot Coats and Jackets for Women
Marmot makes men's and women’s jackets in different categories including fleece, insulated, snow sport, soft shell, training, vests, waterproof, and windbreakers. Different materials are utilized depending on the particular purpose of the garment. Caring for Marmot coats and jackets for women depends on the particular materials at hand.What styles of Marmot women’s jackets are available?
Marmot women's jackets come in styles like full zip, casual jacket styles, anorak jackets, leather, parka, anoraks, raincoats, and more. Lengths may be either short or long. Colors can vary from solid colors like black, gray, and tan, to patterns and prints. Here are additional options:
- Fleece jackets: These have no blend; they are 100% fleece. They come in multiple solid colors and have a full-length zipper with a wind flap behind it.
- Insulated jackets: These feature a shell and a layer underneath. It is comprised of down or synthetic materials in different women’s coat styles.
- Snow sport jackets: This style features Thermal R synthetic insulation from Marmot on the inside. Most feature two-layer construction with MemBrain material on the outside, invented by the Marmot brand.
- Softshell jackets: These feature adjustable Velcro cuffs, as well as an elastic waist, and a combination of exterior and interior pockets.
- Training jackets: This type is thin enough to be packed away into a pocket if need be. Most also feature reflective paneling for being seen in the dark, and elastic cuffs and hem for adjusting to different body types.
- Vests: These are worn exclusively around the torso while leaving your arms free for extra mobility. Vests vary in thickness, colors, patterns, and insulation types.
- Waterproof shells: These models are seam taped. Most have zippers from the armpits down sides or back of the garment for air flow. Some have Velcro cuffs, and paneling is designed to accommodate arm mobility.
- Windproof models: They have much in common with Marmot's training jackets. They can be worn over any number of extra layers.
Synthetic blends, polyester, wicking lining, and other man-made materials are common among Marmot women’s clothing, coats, and jackets. Materials differ depending on the particular type of garment at hand and its intended purpose. Insulated models may also contain down.What are care tips for Marmot women’s coats?
Caring for a Marmot women’s coat depends on the materials that the particular garment is made from. Refer to the tag inside the garment for care directions. Hand washing these garments with gentle soap in cool water is an option. Using a large bowl or basin, hand-wash the garment gently. Rinse it with clean water and hang to air dry. Avoid the use of heat on Marmot outerwear whenever possible.Content provided for informational purposes only. eBay is not affiliated with or endorsed by Marmot.