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If casual strolls are part of your winter routine, the Montreal Coat from Marmot should be part of your wardrobe. Insulated with 650-fill goose down and cut to a longer length, the Montreal Coat is sure to keep you warm.
Cut an ultra-cool profile against your northern cityscape in the women's Marmot Montreal Coat and stay warm and dry while you do it! The Montreal provides ample protection, with its tough, water-resistant fabric and high-quality 650-fill down insulation, but what you’ll love most is the numerous cushy linings, handy pockets, and the vibe that’s just right for your busy, modern life.
When it gets cold in your northern cityscape, you stay toasty without losing style in Marmot's Montreal Coat for women - the 650-fill goose down wraps you in a layer of fluffy warmth along with the plush fleece-lined torso and handwarmer pockets. To help retain even more heat when chilly winter breezes stir up, pull on your removable down-filled hood and rest easy knowing you have micro fleece internal cuffs to help keep winter at bay.
|Back Length:||33in / 83.8cm|
|Center Back Length:||(medium) 33 in|
|Dimensions:||Center Back Length 33in|
|Fabrics/Materials:||100% Polyester DWR 1.8 oz/yd|
|Hood:||yes, insulated, , removable, , removable faux fur trim|
|Insulation:||650-Fill Power Goose Down|
|Insulation Material:||650 Fill Goose Down|
|Length from center back:||33in / 83.8cm|
|Lining :||Micro Fleece|
|Material:||100% Polyester DWR 1.8 oz/yd - 650 Fill Goose Down|
|Overall Weight:||2 lbs 2.2 oz / 969.6 g|
|Pockets:||(external) 2 fleece-lined handwarmer, (internal) 1 drop-in, 1 zippered|
|Waterproofing :||Yes; DWR|
|Weight:||2 lbs. 2.2 oz. (969.6g).|
|Marmot Montreal Down Coat Large Whitestone||$139.95|
Pros: Very warm throughout body, sleeves, and hood; long sleeves with inner cuffs keep cold out; fleece inner lining keeps back warm; high collar covers chin, and faux fur around hood holds warmth around face; dark olive color OK; reasonably flattering design. I disagree with the reviewer who criticized the faux fur, doesn't seem any different from what I've seen on other coats.
Cons: Sizing! I always wear a size small (5'6", 115 lbs), but this coat in the small fit too tight at armholes and chest. The small was otherwise just about right for me, although snug; sleeve length was very good for my long arms. Had to buy the medium to get enough room in the armholes. But the medium-size sleeves and coat length are a bit much for me, giving a bit of a baggy look, almost as if wearing a man's coat.
This is my second Marmot down coat, and they've been godsends in Montreal and Boston winters. Marmot just needs to get women's sizing right! Otherwise -- a great coat.
I LOVE this coat. It is beautiful in both design and color (I got the Ink Blue), exceptionally warm, and perfectly fitted (I'm 5'6" and a Size M falls just a few inches above my knees--enough to keep my bum warm without feeling like I'm in a sleeping bag). And,there's no need to worry about looking like the Michelin Man; the coat looks great on! Its water-resistant shell effectively blocks the cold Northeast wind; its lined pockets are super soft and warm; and its hood is roomy enough to fit ear muffs and a hat underneath. The interior pockets are a great feature, too. This coat has kept me toasty warm in Boston, MA and in Montreal, QC! Yes, every now and again, a feather or two might poke out of the shell (it is a down coat, after all), but it's really no big deal. It's a GREAT investment! So happy I bought it.
Got the coat in "moonstruck" which is a super light grey/off white color that is awesome in person. It looks straight white in the photo, but it actually has a little grey hue that I love. It's super warm - the fleece lining and sleeves help a ton. All hood elements are removable, but they lay flat and don't get in your way when you aren't using the hood, so it's good either way. Runs very true to size so if you are up in the air, opt for the larger size. In the North Face similar style, I would probably get the XS, but I ordered this in S and it fits perfectly. The length is good too - I'm only 5'1" and it hits at the mid-thigh so it doesn't look like I'm wearing a dress. Highly recommend this coat!
I got this jacket for commuting this winter waiting for the train. The length is perfect so you don't feel too bulky but long enough to be really warm, which is what sold me. I don't think the fake fur is that bad, since I don't think fur really looks that spectacular anyways. It actually looks more like real fur than other jackets I have seen. The fleece in the wrist and pocket area is awesome. It's warm, and a reasonable price compared to TNF or Patagonia brands. I am 5'7'' 135 lbs and Medium fits well.
I got the xs and found it a little snug in the chest, to echo what other reviewers have said. I didn't size up because I like how it fits everywhere else. But it's a good length and warm. I actually bought a North Face jacket and returned it because it was too boxy in the shoulders/chest area. This jacket is not like that, but I would say it fits smaller than a North Face XS.
Typically I love Marmot --- but not this coat. Well, really the fake fur. The coat run very large so if you're say 5'11 and thin, order a medium....and promptly remove and destroy the wannabe fur. It is horrid despite what the gear heads say. I asked 3x and each one said great. Not even close. It's a deal breaker. Fur on the hood can be adorable and lightens up this big mass of color but not when it looks like something scraped off a highway in australia 32 years ago. So without the fur is the coat great? No.. In the pictures i looks like it's slimming. It's not. It makes you look like a big bubble. Save your money and buy a better design.