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"The women's Marmot Precip is a grade-a rain jacket if there ever was one. The hood is big enough so that you can really pull it down and keep the rain out of your eyes. The pit zips come in handy for ventilation more than you think they will, too. I'm no badass, so I wear mine more as a casual rain jacket, and not only does it keep me supremely dry, it's also pretty cute. I also invented an Elvis sighting drinking game in this jacket. So, it for sure fosters creativity."
The Marmot Women's PreCip Jacket is a best-selling Marmot jacket and one of the most versatile technical rain jackets on the market today. The Marmot Precip jacket is 100% seam taped and features Dry Touch technology that is both waterproof and breathable, a full visibility roll-up hood with integral collar, and double storm flap over the zipper that all combine to create true PreCip magic. This Marmot jacket is designed with angel-wing movement to allow for a full range of motion and pit zips for more efficient ventilation. There's a ton of birthday cake in the Moosejaw kitchen right now. Birthday cake Friday.
Marmot PreCip Jacket - Women's: Marmot’s Precip Dry Touch technology makes this reliable jacket wind and waterproof and yet very breathable. Underarm pit zips allow the backcountry user a comfortable venting system, while the pocket packable feature makes this an ideal choice for the urban traveler as well.
PreCip® Dry Touch Technology, Waterproof/Breathable - Waterproof / Breathable.
100% Seam Taped - For Full Waterproofness.
Full Visibility Roll-Up Hood with Integral Collar.
PitZips™ - Underarm Zip That Extends Into the Body for Aggressive Venting.
Pack Pockets™ - Slanted Chests Pockets That Can Be Accessed While Wearing a Pack.
Double Storm Flap Over Zipper with Snap/Velcro® Closure.
Elastic Draw Cord Hem - For Adjustability in Serious Weather.
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.
Sized Specifically for Women - To Fit Your Body, Not a Smaller Men's Version.
27 1/2" Center Back Length for Size Medium
We haven't seen the numbers to confirm it, but we are pretty sure that the Marmot Precip Jacket is the best-selling raincoat in all of history. Its popularity is well-founded; it's light enough to take on a hike, waterproof enough to shield you from a thunderstorm, and affordable enough to not break the bank. The 2.5-layer PreCip technology that gives the jacket its name is based on a bi-component waterproof coating, comprising both monolithic (solid) and microporous (full of tiny holes) layers, finished off with a dry-touch inner treatment. As for how well it works, the popularity of the jacket should tell you everything you need to know.
In April 1971, University of California Santa Cruz students Eric Reynolds and Dave Huntley were in Alaska on the Juneau Icefields on a school project in Glaciology. It was here on the glacier, amongst these students, that the idea of a Marmot club began. To become a Marmot, you had to climb a glaciated peak with another Marmot. One of the rules of the club was that everyone was president. Most of the other rules dealt with the collegiate fascination with bodily functions.
Eric and Dave went on to found Marmot Mountain Works in 1974, and through the years the company made lots of innovations in down jackets, sleeping bags, Gore-Tex apparel, and beyond. Their modest enterprise is now one of the largest and most respected outdoor gear companies in the world, distributed in over 60 countries, and it is still all about the highest-quality, innovative performance products.
Marmot's PreCip Jacket features Dry Touch comfort and durable waterproof protection. Marmot's Legacy rainwear that is affordable and is a go-to wonderful jacket. Also see the Women's PreCip Pant and Women's PreCip Full Zip Pant.
Who stays in when it's raining outside? Not you.
The PreCip Jacket is reliable, value-oriented and full-function rainwear for backcountry and urban travelers alike. Marmot's improved waterproof and breathable coating provides Dry Touch comfort and is more durable than ever. Also see PreCip Pant and PreCip Full Zip Pant. A full zip for quick on and quick off adds another level of functionality to these lightweight, full-protection rain pants.
The new PreCip® coating is now more waterproof, more breathable and more comfortable to wear. We've added ceramic particles in the coating for added durability, waterproof reliability and Dry Touch comfort.
The key to PreCip® is its barrier technology: a microporous polyurethane that is impregnated with silicon dioxide particles. These particles create small, numerous, very consistent holes that allow the barrier to pass small water vapor molecules but not the bigger liquid ones. This keeps the rain out while letting your sweat vapor work its way outside, away from your body, to keep you dry from the inside as well as from the outside. PreCip® rainwear is compressible enough to stuff into a water bottle and comes in enough colors and styles to travel with you anywhere– to the mountains, the city or overseas.
The Women's PreCip Jacket by Marmot is a straight shootin', no-frills waterproof and breathable rain jacket. Ultra-lightweight, easy to compact, hooded rainwear for low abrasion conditions. This jacket is versatile, highly functional and a great value.
"Rain or shine" is no longer an ultimatum it’s an invitation. The seam-taped, waterproof and breathable Women’s PreCip® Jacket is designed to fit a woman’s figure. Dry Touch technology on the interior keeps you comfortable, while our durably waterproof coating and waterproof/breathable membrane keep out the water. Angle-Wing Movement™ allows uninhibited motion. PitZips™ and Pack Pockets™ round out the features of this high-value weather-tested jacket.
Combat the wettest conditions in the world with the time-tested PreCip Jacket from Marmot that keeps you dry with waterproof, lightweight Dry Touch technology. You're protected by a full-visibility, roll-up hood with Peripheral Cord adjustment and lightweight, seam-taped PreCip fabric that shuns the heaviest downpours while allowing perspiration to evaporate.
|Back Length:||27in / 68.6cm|
|Center Back Length:||27.5 in / 69.9 cm|
|Clothing Fit:||Regular Fit|
|Dimensions:||Center Back Length 27in|
|Fabrics/Materials:||PreCip® 2.5 100% Nylon Ripstop 2.7oz/yd|
|Hem:||Elastic Draw Cord Hem|
|Hooded:||Full Visibility Roll-Up Hood with Integral Collar|
|Length:||25 1⁄2 in|
|Length from center back:||27 1/2"|
|Material:||PreCip 2.5 100% Nylon Ripstop 2.7 oz/yd|
|Overall Weight:||11.4 oz / 323.2 g|
|Pockets:||Pack Pockets - Slanted Chests Pockets That Can Be Accessed While Wearing a Pack|
|Recommended Use:||wet weather backpacking, hiking, camping, casual|
|Seam Sealing:||100% Seam Taped|
|Sizes:||X - Small Small Medium Large X - Large XX - Large|
|Vents:||Underarm Zip That Extends Into the Body for Aggressive Venting|
|Weight:||11.4 oz / 323.2 g|
|Weight [with packaging]:||X-Small: 0.65 lb, Medium, Small: 0.75 lb, Large, X-Large: 0.8 lb|
|Zipper:||Double Storm Flap Over Zipper with Snap/Velcro® Closure|
|Marmot Precip Jacket - Sale||$54.99 - $84.99|
|Marmot Precip Shell Jacket||$99.00|
|Marmot PreCip Rain Jacket||$79.20 - $99.00|
|Marmot PreCip Pant||$52.95 - $80.00|
The Precip Jacket has never let me down in a rain storm. It has kept me dry in the city, in the mountains, and in the English countryside, where the affinity for getting wet is much better testing ground then my home in SLC. I am 5'2" with broad shoulders for someone my size, but the small fits me well and comfortably. The cut is close to the body and figure flattering. I have also used the Precip during spring skiing, the pit zip ventilation is a huge plus, especially as many rain jackets don't have any ventilation. I also love the size and roominess of the hood. Many hoods are too tight/small and leave my neck feeling scrunched down to my shoulders, which is so uncomfortable I'd rather get wet than get put my hood up. However, the Precip has plenty of room for my neck and shoulders to relax comfortably and my head to move.
The Precip is on my "must have" list for any winter run, any mountain hike, and for any long endurance race. I KNOW it will perform. I've tried other jackets, but still go back to the precip I find it to be the best balance between real waterproof protection and lightweight packability.. there are lighter jackets out there, but they are not waterproof. The precip will fold up easily and tie on the back of my pack, and it has performed well in warm summer downpours and sub-freezing winter outings in snow and hail and sleet. I am 5'2" and the medium size is not too big, but allows me to put this on over a hydration pack if I need to. the chin guard is not scratchy and the hood stays in place. For the price, you simply can't find a better lightweight rain jacket...
I bought the Marnot PreCip cobalt blue Jacket for my wife to protect her from wind and rain. I know Marmot to produce excellent gear; so I wasn't surprised that the jacket did a wonderful job keeping her dry and comfortable when we encountered fairly high winds and a heavy spring rain while camping recently. My wife, Joan, loved the main front zipper because it didn't hang, and she also liked the draw strings on the cuffs and the adjustable hood. I expected this....................
But what I didn't expect was how much Joan really loved the style of the jacket; the "really beautiful color" and the way it fit. It was if I had given her a GIFT. She carries the jacket with her now whenever she leaves the house. All in all a winner for the both of us!!!!!!!
I have been through two of these jackets. The first got stolen, so i only had it a few weeks. The newest Ive had about a year and a half. I live in Boulder, so I don't get a lot of rain. However, recently went to see a Rockies game with rain forecast, so brought the jacket. Sure enough, it started pouring. Put on the jacket, cinched it up tight... wasn't I surprised when I felt water dripping down my back and arms. I would have been better off with no jacket, rather than the wet mess this became. Now I'm in the market for a new, actually waterproof, rain jacket.
I've had one of these jackets for a year and a half, and I use it in the backcountry pretty frequently. While working as a guide in the Adirondack High Peaks (where it is rains large amounts frequently), I used this and the matching pants for rain protection. It wasn't that great, the material wetted out very quickly and even when zippered all the way up and cinched closed water still managed to make its way through the material and typically soaked my baselayers. If you are not expecting squalls, the jacket should be just fine, but if you are out for extended periods and really need to be dry, I would recommend spending a little extra money and getting a good Gore-tex rain layer or something a little more reliable.