PreCip Jacket


PreCip Jacket
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title PreCip Jacket
Manufacturer Marmot
Page By William Marler
Page Type Aug 12, 2007 / Aug 12, 2007
Object ID 3703
Hits 1731

Product Description

PreCip Jacket

No nonsense, top value storm protection that's light, compressible and easy to take with you anywhere, whether hiking, biking or wandering around town.

Garment fit:
Shell material: PreCip™ N-170R
Weight: 12 ozs / 341 g
Sizes: S - XXL (Size Chart)
001 • Black
046 • Dark Cedar
674 • Real Red
1066 • Fog/Lava
2197 • Dk Tide/Midnight
2741 • Ionic Blue
2850 • Indigo Blue
4127 • Krypton/Lava
7088 • Beer/Rawhide
7200 • Cavern
9279 • Bonfire / Lava
9650 • Burnt
*Suggested U.S. Retail: $99.99


Full visibility roll up hood with Peripheral Cord adjustment and integral collar
PitZips™ underarm zip that extend into the body for aggressive venting

100% seam taped for full water proofness

Pack Pockets™ slanted chest pockets that can be accessed while wearing a pack
Double storm flap over zipper with snap/Velcro® closure for protection from the elements
Elastic draw cord hem for adjustability in serious weather

PreCip™ Dry Touch Technology, Waterproof/Breathable Marmot's proprietary PU coating technology specially engineered for unlined garments with excellent durability. A special layer next to the skin reduces condensation and the sticky clammy feel of most coatings.
DriClime® lined chin guard moisture wicking fabric protects your face from the zipper

Angel-Wing Movement™ allows full range of motion in arms so jacket doesn't ride up
Standard Fit A general performance cut for multi sport fit.



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William Marler - Aug 12, 2007 1:44 pm - Voted 5/5

Jacket of preference
Have owned two of these jackets over the last 5 years. Worn one out bought another right away. Should by more in case they ever discontinue. Very useful for all types of trips. Used in rain and snow in the rockies. As a wind jacket on Aconcagua several times. And on a very windy summit of Mount Rainier. Combined with a fleece its is all I have really needed. Not just water resistant, waterproof and breaths well. Weights almost nothing for a product of its durability. Plus takes up no space in the pack. Has rendered my older heavier Gortex HH jacket obsolete.

tarol - Aug 17, 2007 8:58 am - Voted 5/5

Great jacket
Used to own one but accidentally spilt some DEET on it and it melted... But if you keep it away from DEET you should be good to go! It held up just fine to rain and wind and it was very lightweight and compressible.

bblack99 - Dec 15, 2007 3:50 pm - Voted 5/5

Fantastic all-around jacket
The PreCip is a great option for weight- and cash-conscious hikers. Comfortable fit, large pit zips to cut down on heat buildup, and solid wind and water resistance. Very compressible and layers well to adapt from cool spring jogs to icy winter hikes over a fleece.

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