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  1. #1
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    Marmot Insulated Options

    I have a Marmot voucher to burn and could use an insulated (i.e. very warm) in-bounds jacket for S/W & N Montana. Only options are 700 fill and it does not really spec the weight, which I assume you need to know in order to determine 'how' warm the jacket really is. No?

    Shadow Jacket -
    https://www.marmot.com/mens-shadow-j...wboard#start=1

    Guide down jacket -
    https://www.marmot.com/mens-guides-d...lated-and-down

    I'm sure there are better options on other brands but this is going to cheap w/the voucher.

    Anyone have experience on any of their insulated jackets? I have a Marmot mid layer piece that is decent. Got it from their warranty dept (on a 10 year old jacket that had peeling taped seams) , which is excellent.

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2017
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    I bought a Hangtime down hoody 2 seasons ago and really like it, Fit/finish are good for me. The Highlander looks to be todays equivalent roughly; less the 2 chest pockets and the inner hand sleeves. Don't use those. Plenty warm and sharp looking.

    In JH, I wear a puffy about 80% of the time. A coupla older Mtn. Hardwear Sub zeros and a coupla Patagucci das Parkas. Generally I prefer Primaloft gold over down these days...

  3. #3
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    Jan 2010
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    How are their featherless pieces? I assume just as warm but heavier?

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