| $81.99 - $118.99
|$104.31 - $149.01
|$97.49 - $149.01
The Men's Gravity Jacket by Marmot. Blending style with practicality, the highly wind-resistant, sturdy Gravity is our most popular softshell.
Marmot Gravity Softshell Jacket for Men.
The Marmot Gravity Softshell Jacket for Men shields you from the harsh weather conditions and cold-weather breezes. It offers excellent all-weather protection yet it is comfortable to wear every day. Its M1 softshell nylon provides he highest level of water resistance and warmth, while the DriClime lined collar and chin guard offer superior wicking performance. So not only does this jacket resist moisture in cold and wet conditions, it also keeps you dry and warm inside. The Gravity Softshell Jacket for Men comes designed with zippered handwarmer pockets to keep your hands warm when you're out in the cold, laser-drilled sleeve pocket to make your compact items easily accessible, inside zip pocket to safeguard your items inside the jacket, and an elastic draw cord hem to seal in the warmth. This jacket is perfect for intermittent aerobic activities in the cold. So next time you want to ski, hike, or stay fit in the outdoors, be sure you're wearing the Marmot Gravity Softshell Jacket for Men.
Marmot's Gravity Jacket is a great all rounder softshell. Features like high quality zippers that glide easily up and down to the great fit and Angel-Wing Movement that keeps that jacket from riding up when in use make this jacket stand out from the crowd. Out of Marmot's M1 softshell line, the Gravity is designed to be used in cold and wet conditions with lower aerobic output. A wonderful jacket for winter hiking, unplanned snow days, and a night out on the town without any shivers.
Blending style with practicality, the highly wind-resistant and sturdy Gravity is Marmot's most popular softshell for good reason.
Serious protection at a down-to-earth price, the Gravity Jacket exemplifies the Marmot softshell ethic. With highly effective windproof and water resistant fabrics, tons of trail-oriented features, and comfortable linings, it’s a perfect outer layer for all kinds of intermittent aerobic activities in unpredictable weather.
- Water-Resistant, Breathable, Windproof, Durable, Warm, Stretch.
, Water Resistant, and Breathable.
- Soft Fabric to Warm Hands.
- Adjustable Velcro Cuff.
- Secure Pocket to Store Small Items.
- For Adjustability in Serious Weather.
- Moisture Wicking Fabric for Comfort Around Your Neck and Face.
- Allows Full Range of Motion in Arms so Jacket Doesn`t Ride Up.
• Center Back Length: 27.75in / 70.5cm.
• Overall Weight: 1 lbs 8.2 oz / 686.1 g.
• Main Material: Softshell WPB 88% Nylon, 12% Elastane 9.1 oz/yd
The Marmot Gravity soft-shell jacket offers a high level of water resistance and warmth and good breathability. It works best during intermittent aerobic activities in cold and wet weather.
|Back Length:||27.75in / 70.5cm|
|Back length (in.):||28 inches|
|Center Back Length:||27.75 in.|
|Cuffs:||Adjustable Velcro® Cuff|
|Dimensions:||Center Back Length 27.75in|
|Fabric:||Softshell WPB 88% Nylon/ 12% Elastane 9.2 oz/yd|
|Fabrics/Materials:||Marmot M1 Softshell WPB 88% Nylon, 12% Elastane 9.1 oz/yd|
|Gusseted:||Angel-Wing Movement - Allows Full Range of Motion in Arms so Jacket Doesn't Ride Up|
|Hem:||Elastic Draw Cord Hem|
|Material:||Softshell WPB 88% Nylon, 12% Elastane 9.1 oz/yd|
|Pockets:||Zippered Handwarmer Pockets/Laser-Drilled Sleeve Pocket/Inside Zip Pocket|
|Recommended Use :||Backpacking; Hiking; Urban|
|Shell fabric:||88% nylon/12% spandex|
|Shell lining fabric:||Polyester microfleece|
|Torso Length:||27 3/4" Center Back Length for Size Medium|
|Warranty :||Manufacturing Defect|
|Waterproofing :||Water Resistant|
|Weatherproof Material:||Marmot M1|
|Weight:||1 lbs 8.2 oz / 686.1 g|
|Zipper:||DriClime® Lined Collar and Chin Guard|
|Marmot Gravity Jacket Softshell||$70.73 - $149.95|
|Marmot Super Gravity Jacket||$73.99 - $185.00|
FIT: I purchased a size S, as I am 5'6" with an athletic build. Jackets and shirts usually fit snugly around the shoulders and chest, while looking like a balloon around my mid-section. The Gravity fit better than most, when worn by itself, and I was thrilled that I found a shell that worked for me. Then the weather got a little colder and I layered it over a medium weight fleece jacket, and the proverbial honeymoon was over. The jacket fits tightly around the chest, pinching at the armpits if I move around much, such as throwing a snowball. I would say the fit is for average builds if layering, athletic builds if not.
PERFORMANCE: The jacket worked as advertised on a windy and rainy day. Not a heavy downpour, but the jacket repelled the steady rain and I did not feel any wind whatsoever. It performed nearly as good as my hardshell. I would rate the performance 5 stars out of 5.
QUALITY: The jacket has held up fairly well, except that a small line of stitching along the zipper line has already come undone a stitch or two. I've only worn the jacket for light outdoor activity, daily for about a month, so this bothers me. The rest of the jacket is holding up well, but it's the only piece of gear that I've owned that has had any kind of stitching issue in the first month of use. I give the jacket 3 stars out of 5 for quality.
VALUE: If the jacket holds up quality-wise, I think it's a great value. Having looked at options from Arc, TNF, Patagonia, Mtn Hardware, etc., I didn't find many softshells in the same price range with the same features (water resistant, windproof).
This thing is awesome. Great fit, build quality is fantastic. The Navy blue is a real nice. I'm 6.1 athletic build at 185 pounds, Large fits perfect, with room for base, polar 200 weight.
Very water resistant. 30 minute ride home in light to medium rain and 30 mile hour winds, it just started to spot in a couple places.
Very breathable, stretchy, completely wind resistant. Arm pocket is large enough to fit my Samsung Galaxy S II with CaseMate, but not with headphones. Using the pocket does not impede movement.
Only gripe, is it isn't as warm as I had hoped. Maybe I expected to much from my first soft shell. From what I read on the web, they replace a mid layer, but that is not the case. It is just a flexible, water resistant, windproof, light insulating outer layer. Pack a light shell if backpacking in case of downpours... Highly recommend it. I will be a Marmot Man now.
PS: I had a Columbia Key Three II before this, and returned it. The craftsmanship was not great for the price, but the Omni-Heat does work, if you were curious.
this is not a warm jacket i tried it out in 38 degree and was disappointed on how cold the jacket was if you want a warm whether jacket and good wind breaker this will do the job If i am going to spend 150 on a jacket i would get a winter jacket for that price that is warm