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Bundle up this cold weather season in the Marmot® Alassian Featherless Jacket. Constructed of woven baffle fabric, this full zip features 3MTM ThinsulateTM featherless insulation to keep you warm and weather protected without sacrificing performance. Durable and functional, this Marmot® style offers sealed-in warmth with elastic bound cuffs and hem. Regular fit, heavyweight jacket. 3MTM ThinsulateTM featherless insulation. Constructed of 50 Denier woven baffle fabric. Elastic drawcord hem and bound cuffs. Full zip front closure traps warmth inside. Stand-up collar offers added protection. Center Back Length: 26.25''. Fabric Content: 100% polyester plain weave pre-baffle 5.5 oz/yd. Great jacket. Warm. A little bulky, not a deal breaker. Bought this for a euro trip in March and it came in clutch. I was in heavy snowfall and rain during the trip and it always kept me warm and dry. Had a two layers on underneath and 3 when the weather severe. The only thing missing was an inteenal pocket. The regular pockets were great though. I'd recommend it to anyone. I find this jacket extremely amazing. It is less expensive than many competing brands in the market, but the quality is way better. It provides a lot of warmth, even more than some jackets that are down-filled. I've been looking for a winter jacket that actually fits and doesn't look like george c. From seinfield. This is the jacket. I'm 5ft10in and 180lbs with longer arms and i've struggled to find a jacket that fits. Larges fit good in the midsection but the arms were too short. XL the midsection was too wide and the arms were perfect. Until this coat. The Large fits me perfect. It has longer sleeves and the midsection is perfect. I haven't worn it in cold temps yet but i'm sure i will since i live in MN. I'm hoping all the Marmot products fit like this does!!! Nice looking piece, heavier than comparable down, but not extremely or excessively so. No geese or ducks were killed making it. No stitched seams in the baffles is good, but only time will tell if the insulation finds a way to migrate. It only has the two hand pockets, which is less than desirable, but not a deal breaker. Perhaps they will figure out how to integrate more pockets with the new insulation and no stitch baffling. Overall I like the jacket very much (simple clean lines), but the lack of an additional pocket and the fact that I have not had the piece long enough to evaluate it fully get it four stars. Now, on a quite serious note, I want to mention this jackets real potential. The descriptions here, and on other sites (which often just copy what is said here), are misleading to a fairly substantial degree. This is most certainly not a " heavy-weight cold weather jacket. It is actually a mid-weight moderately cold weather jacket. One first hand look at it and you will know it is a mid-weight piece. Trying it on only confirms that it is a mid-weight piece (there isn't enough insulation & it has no hood). I don't know why they are billing it as a heavy-weight. Sure, it's good for winter hiking (walking the dog) or other lightly aerobic activity in "moderately" cold weather. Fine, for winter casual wear like house to car and car to office. Fine, for around town or a winters night out. Great for low/no aerobic activity at temps 20+ degrees (F). It might also do well in moderate to highly aerobic pursuits paired with a light or mid-weight base layer for cross-country skiing say at -10 or -15 degrees, or snowshoeing in cold temps. However, it is not good for standing/sitting around "ice fishing" at 10 degrees ( or colder). It is not good for wildlife photography at 15 degrees with a 10mph wind ( or more ). It is not good for a low aerobic hike at -5 or 5 or 10 degrees ( or even 15 for that matter). I am saying unless you are adding aerobic activity to the equation this jacket is only good from 20 degrees and up. I'm certain it would do well in 40 and 50 degree temps, say on St. Paul Island in the Pribilofs in summer, or just a cold spring day. I like the jacket, I like no harm to animals and I would recommend it, but know what you are buying is not a heavyweight. Warm, great look and fit. Very comfortable. Only complaint is that zippers don't work very well. They get caught more times than not. Warm in all but the coldest weather. Fits true to size and better than most. Overall I'd say this jacket has some good potential, but the execution falls short. First off, the way the baffles on this are designed, quite frankly sucks - the Thinsulate baffles aren't overlaid, so there are insulation gaps between the baffles where the seams are, which is a major failing in my book. This would be an nearly ideal winter jacket otherwise, but the lack of the overlays means you will have cold air seeping through, which is a huge issue if you're buying this for outdoor use, or even for casual use in cold weather. The other thing I'd warn people over, contrary to some reviews I've seen, is this does NOT run large. I mistakenly ordered a medium instead of a large, thinking it'd be big and it was too small. This jacket runs true to size. I do agree with some posters that lack of an external or internal zip pocket is a glaring shortcoming, especially seeing how many people wear outdoor jackets for casual use. It has great designs in terms of nice tight elastic cuffs, something other jackets often don't have and nice lining in the handwarmer pockets, which are pretty good size. Color: black

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