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Original DriClime Windshirt
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Original DriClime Windshirt

 
Original DriClime Windshirt

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Original DriClime Windshirt

Manufacturer: Marmot

Your Opinion: 
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Page By: Rob Ricks

Created/Edited: Sep 20, 2007 / Jun 6, 2008

Object ID: 3976

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Product Description

Weight: 11 ozs / 312 g
Shell material: Banshee P-170 with Marmot Defender DWR
Lining: DriClime® P-275
Sizes: S - XXL
Colors: 001 - Black
1169 - Lead / Lava
2431 - Stellar Blue/Tempest
4164 - Hedge/Dark Cedar
6581 - Fire / Lava

Features

Mesh pit vents for excellent breathability and moisture wicking
Designed to fit over baselayer.

Wind resistant, water repellent, and breathable fabric protects you from mild conditions so you stay comfortable
DriClime® Bi-Component wicking lining for breathability and excellent moisture transfer
Zip chest pocket to secure small items

DriClime® lined collar and chin guard moisture wicking fabric for comfort around your neck and face.
Wind flap behind front zipper protects against drafts
Elastic cuffs for comfort
Angel-Wing Movement™ allows full range of motion in arms so jacket doesn't ride up

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Reviews

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Rob RicksA nice piece of kit

Voted 5/5

I didn't appreciate how well this layer works until I was standing on a windy Mt. Hood summit and briefly unzipped the front of the shirt while adjusting my gear. The breeze cut through the unzipped portion like a knife (April weather). As soon as I re-zipped, everything was fine. I was amazed. I did make the mistake of not having a waterproof layer over the shirt on a rainy descent of Rainier. It doesn't take much to get wet. But it is a WIND shirt...not a rain jacket.
Posted Jun 6, 2008 12:52 pm

Justin PucciOriginal DriClime Windshirt

Voted 5/5

This is probably one of my favorite pieces of gear for its great versatility. I bought this on a recommendation from friend and fellow SP'er Rob Ricks and I've been pleased with it since day one. It keeps the wind out like a champ and can deal with very light precipitation. Anything more than sprinkles and it will get soaked pretty quickly, but snow seems to just brush off of it with no real issues. I use this as an active mid-layer on top of my Capilene 2 shirt. In windy weather it keeps me from getting too chilled when I begin to sweat, but it breaths wonderfully, especially from the underarm mesh areas.
Posted Sep 28, 2008 2:22 am

ExcitableBoyVery versatile

Voted 5/5

I am on my third windshirt, one of the few pieces of clothing I am willing to pay full price. It goes with me on nearly every excursion.
Posted Dec 26, 2010 9:19 am

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