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Cobra Jacket

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Cobra Jacket

Manufacturer: Marmot

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Page By: Bryan W

Created/Edited: Jun 5, 2003 / Jun 5, 2003

Object ID: 741

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Marmot: Cobra Jacket - Whether you trek muddy trails or oil-stained streets, Marmot's waterproof and breathable Cobra Jacket is perfect four-season protection against the elements. It's Zippin™ compatible, which means you can zip in other Zippin™ garments for a fully-integrated and insulated design. PitZips™ beneath the sleeves allow for convenient venting with changing temperatures or humidity. Like Marmot's high-end alpine jackets, the Cobra features special stretch anatomic articulation zones and the proven Angel-Wing Movement™ for an unrestricted range of movement through the sleeves and across the back. The quick store storm hood has a special one-handed Cranium Cord adjustment feature that makes sizing modifications quick and exceptionally easy.

Waterproof and breathable two-ply Sunshine N-187R Gore-Tex® and two-ply Alpenglow N-281 Gore-Tex® shell fabric

Two-ply Sunshine N-187R Gore-Tex® in key reinforcement areas around shoulders and elbows

CoolMax® P-190M fabric liner

Standard Marmot fit (accommodates additional layers)

Angel-Wing Movement™ for complete coverage through sleeves and torso areas

Anatomically articulated zones for enhanced mobility

Full peripheral vision hood features Marmot's Cranium Cord adjustment feature

Zippin™ compatible with other Zippin™ garments

PitZips™ under sleeves for venting convenience

Pack Pockets™ allow pocket access even under a pack harness

Internal water bottle storage pocket

Zippered stash pocket

Gripper elastic along powder skirt

Key clip inside handwarmer pocket

Elastic drawcord waist and hem adjustment features

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Bryan WUntitled Review

Voted 4/5

Nice jacket. It is nice and streamlined, yet still has lots of room. The internal powder skirt is nice for those glissades. The jacket is wind and water proof. The hood is just the right size and stays up without having it tied. My only complaint is the position of the external pockets. They are positioned a little too high. You kind of look and feel funny with your hand in your pockets while standing around.
Posted Jun 5, 2003 1:41 pm

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