The reason chocolate-covered pretzels are amazing, especially after a few bottles of wine, is that you get both a salty pretzel and sweet chocolate. The snack doesn't suck when separated, but it's incredibly difficult to choose between two equally fabulous things: chocolate and lusciously salty pretzels. The designers at Marmot recognized the simple genius of this sweet treat and, possibly with that dichotomy in mind, made the Women's Downtown Component Jacket. With this thigh-length jacket, you don't have to choose between insulation and weatherproof protection - you get both.
If your early fall meeting is scheduled during a downpour, leave the liner at home and arrive at the office without looking like a drowning river rat. Marmot's MemBrain laminate and fully taped seams take the trench-coat shell from average to extraordinary. Running in front of the open fire hydrant might not be the best idea, even if it's the shortest route, but otherwise, water won't be your downfall. When songbirds twitter and the late winter sun starts to melt icicles, ditch the shell. The removable, baffled liner contains eco-friendly Thermal R Eco insulation. You'll stay warm without suffocating, and princess seams flatter your shape for a feminine silhouette.
Some winter days are nothing but sunshine, bluebird skies, and wind-chills that make statues shiver. You might not need the shell's hood, but that knit beanie from your sister will certainly come in hand. Both the shell and liner sport zippered hand-warmer pockets and adjustable cuffs, for maximum comfort regardless of how you choose to compartmentalize this jacket.
- MemBrain polyester plainweave shell
- Fully taped seams
- Thermal R Eco liner jacket, removable
- Regular fit
- Adjustable cuffs