|$110.97 - $184.95
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The Men's ROM Jacket by Marmot. Stands for Range of Motion. This zonally constructed jacket uses air permeable Marmot M2 softshell and GORE WINDSTOPPER fabrics to create an incredibly comfortable, breathable garment that's also windproof and highly water-resistant. Marmot's big mountain heritage shows in every detail of this Swiss army knife of softshells.
Named for "range of motion", the Marmot ROM Jacket is a do-it-all soft shell Using a strategically-placed combination of GORE WINDSTOPPER and Marmot M2 soft shell fabrics to create an incredibly comfortable, breathable jacket that's also windproof and highly water-resistant.
Trudge through blustery, drizzly spring weather in the warmth and protection of Marmot's ROM Jacket, a WINDSTOPPER-enhanced softshell that provides complete protection from the wind with stretchy, malleable M2 Soft Shell fabric. The midweight material protects you from light drizzles with a DWR finish, an adjustable hood with an ERG adjustment allows you to dial in the fit of the hood, and venting side panels make it easier to dump heat when you're moving fast.
If you're looking for a lightweight, wind- and water-resistant soft shell, the Marmot ROM jacket should be at the top of the contender list.
|Back length (in.):||30 inches|
|Center Back Length:||28.75 in / 73 cm|
|Clothing Fit:||Trim Fit|
|Cuffs:||Asymmetric Cuffs with Velcro Adjustment|
|Dimensions:||Center Back Length 28.75in|
|Fabric:||WINDSTOPPER® Softshell 100% polyester stretch 5.4 oz/yd; Softshell double weave 90% polyester 10% elastane stretch 7.3 oz/yd|
|Fabrics/Materials:||WINDSTOPPER® Softshell 100% Polyester Stretch 5.4 oz/yd, Softshell Double Weave 90% Polyester 10% Elastane Stretch 7.3 oz/yd|
|Gusseted:||Angel-Wing Movement Allows Full Range of Motion in Arms so Jacket Doesn't Ride Up|
|Hem:||Elastic Draw Cord Hem|
|Hood:||ERG Hood Adjustment System|
|Item Weight:||1 lb 2oz (510g)|
|Length from center back:||28.75in / 73cm|
|Material:||Softshell Double Weave 90% Polyester 10% Elastane Stretch 7.3 oz/yd; WINDSTOPPERSoftshell 100% Polyester Stretch 5.4 oz/yd|
|Number of Pockets:||3|
|Other:||Venting Side Panels|
|Overall Weight:||1 lbs 2 oz / 510.3 g|
|Pockets:||Pack Pockets - Slanted Chests Pockets That Can Be Accessed While Wearing a Pack Chest Pocket with Concealed Zipper|
|Recommended Use:||Hiking/Backpacking/Snowshoeing/Trail Running/Cross Country Skiing/Climbing|
|Shell Material:||Marmot M2 Shoft Shell|
|Shell fabric:||WindStopper polyester|
|Sizes:||Small Medium Large X - Large XX - Large|
|Type:||Windproof, Water Resistant Soft Shell|
|Type of Waterproofing:||GORE® WINDSTOPPER®|
|Ventilation:||Venting Side Panels|
|Weatherproof Material:||Gore WindStopper|
|Weight:||1 lb 2.6 oz / 527.3 g|
|Marmot ROM Windstopper Jacket||$119.95|
This could be the best jacket ever IF they made the hood large enough to fit over a helmet. So annoying. Jacket fits great, looks great, still getting used to this Marmont two tone nonsense. Can we have a solid colored jacket other than black please? best uses are active pursuits, don?t buy this if you intend on sitting on a chairlift or a bus stop in the wind and pouring rain. You will be very disappointed. Wore it with a 250 baselayer in the southern alps of new Zealand climbing and such. Felt great, even with nothing underneath. Performed well, but couldn?t throw the hood over my BD halfdome, again, annoying. It will serve well as a hiking jacket too. I like that the pockets don?t interfere with my harness or my pack. Most jackets, even my Alpha SV, has issues with pockets. The cut of this jacket is also a little long, so it doesn?t come untucked from your harress. Stretch is good, zippers function well, its plain and simple. Really a no nonsense jacket that?s light enough to take on every trip. I bought the green (bright grass), color is true and makes the photo?s in the snow much cooler. It?s a softshell with windstopper, great for stopping wind, terrible in the wet stuff.
*ordered a medium (175#, 5/11, 41" chest, 31" waist)
I purchased the ROM about a year ago as I was looking for a nice lightweight softshell for winter activities like ice climbing. I'd owned a Marmot softshell previously and often times was overheated and found it to be quite stiff and uncomfortable.
The ROM has pleasantly surpassed my expectations. The biggest surprise for me was how comfortable it felt when I only had a t-shirt underneath during the warmer months.
I've used this jacket for short runs, bike rides in colder weather, ice climbing and even winter canyoneering which is where i was really able to put it to the test. The temperatures were below 0F and we were trudging through powder up to our knees. On the climb up I was covered with snow and we started before the sun had crested the mountains. We were in those conditions for about 3 hours and the jacket performed great. I never got wet from the snow covering me and I didn't get cold as long as I was moving (when we stopped for longer periods of time I had to pull out my down jacket because of the extremely low temps).
I'm 6'1" and 175 lbs. Usually I wear a Medium but because I have short arms for my height I went with a Small and it is quite possibly the best fitting jacket I own.
I�m using the Jacket mostly for cycling, it does the job. good breathability, good wind protection and with a fleece underneeth you actually dont need a winterjacket.
It is big sized, so if you are considering layering up, you should not pick a larger size than normal.
I can only give the jacket 3 stars, as the napoleon-pocket broke in the lining after 3 weeks..