Since 1971 Marmot has pushed the limits to keep you comfortable in the outdoors. With the new Spring Raingear Collection Marmot makes wet-weather hiking and camping a pleasure instead of a pain. PreCip® waterproof fabrics and field-tested designs prove their mettle as you take on spring's nastiest weather.

User Reviews of Products

"love it"

I had an older Furlong that I bought back in early 2006, which was well-loved and well-worn. I bought this as a replacement, and am very happy with the improvements that Marmot made. The longer length and fully lined hood make it a much more comfortable jacket, which is still very versatile. It can be worn outdoors or on the town and looks fantastic in both settings. I primarily use it as a spring/fall jacket, but have also used it in the dead of winter and it still holds up (activity dependent). I am very happy with the purchase, and at 1/2 off it was almost a steal.

Posted by Val33 from Utah on 05/09/2013 - 2:10pm
"Great jacket!"

I love this jacket, and so does my girlfriend. So much so that she took mine and I ended up buying another. Very soft, durable, and looks pretty good too.

Posted by Cjreynol from South Carolina on 12/28/2011 - 12:23pm
"Great Raincoat. Great value!"

Loved the Marmot rain pants so much that I bought the rain jacket. Use both for cycling in the NW. They are a great combo and keep me dry. Much better pricing than comparable "made for cycling" rain gear. Light, compact, well-made and works as advertised. Cell phone pocket would be a nice addition, but that is a very minor complaint.

Posted by Tommy Taco from Vancouver, WA on 12/26/2011 - 11:38pm
"Colorful, dry, compactable, raincoat = perfect"

I bought this coat in anticipation of a trip to Peru this November. November in Peru is the beginning of the rainy season, and I didn't want to miss out on anything cool just because I didn't want to get wet. This jacket packed down nicely into a manageable size for my backpack for times when it wasn't needed, and it protected me and my camera when it was rainy. The color too made it easy for my travel companions to find me in a crowd. Definitely a very good purchase!

Posted by A. Cole from Seattle, Wa on 11/27/2011 - 11:44am

I have had one of these for 4-5 years, and it is my favorite "go to" jacket- surprisingly warm. It is easily comfortable to 45 degrees, and much lower if you are active or are just getting short bursts of exposure. In suburbia, I will wear it in midwinter (20 degrees) when just running into stores, car, etc. Tailored, athletic fit, which shuts down drafts coming up your back, nice snug collar when zipped up (warm). Well engineered for athletic builds- traps warm air. Would call it rain resistant (15 - 30 min protection, but I have not treated mine, and it has been washed many times), somewhat breathable (it sometimes gets a damp feeling inside when I sweat) and 95% wind resistant. Very rugged, enduring jacket. Looks like shark skin on exterior. I am 5'10" 175lbs slim, and a medium works great.

Marmot: PLEASE keep making these!

Posted by Acadian from Pennsylvania on 11/18/2011 - 11:58am
"Awesome Jacket"

I bought this jacket for my recent trip to Ireland. I had read that a good rain proof jacket was an essential item. I ordered this in the berry color and it is a beautiful purple color, which I like for a gray, rainy day. While in Ireland, I wore this everyday. It really came in handy when we visited the Cliffs of Moher. I couldn't believe how awesome this jacket was at being wind-proof! I also really loved the hood to help protect from the wind too. For our rainy days, this jacket did its job. It was wonderfully waterproof. My only complaint is the mesh inside pocket. If you wear rings, they might catch on the mesh like mine did. This jacket isn't thin, but it's not heavy either. I would suggest you wear a light fleece under it if you are cold. Overall, an excellent purchase.

Posted by ChicagoShopper from Chicago on 11/11/2011 - 10:03am
"Great Jacket"

It is a super light jacket and you can pack it anywhere. The waterproof works pretty good. I have not used it in heavy rain, but it works for some snowy days...

Posted by Pamela Flor from Winter Park on 11/08/2011 - 6:04pm
"Too large!"

Marmot says a large is 34-36...well, I am a size 34 and these are HUGE on me! That said, I am rating them as if they did fit me. I gave them a four star rating because; I like the materials as well as the features, I believe they are a well-made product as the workmanship is very nice, and they are very warm. I did not give them five stars because I thought they were a bit heavy compared to my other gear. I would recommend them, however, with that caveat.

I have had no problems with Peter Glenn, as I have already gone back to them for another selection.

Posted by Marty62 from Farmington Hills, Michigan on 07/09/2011 - 3:30pm
"Stylin' Down Vest"

I have had this vest for about four years. It has held up very well, with minimal feather loss. The material around the collar is a soft velveteen, which is a nice touch. The pockets are zippered and lined with the same velveteen fabric. I have the jacket in this style as well, and I believe the vest is an inch or two longer. With the distinctive cross-hatch pattern on the front and back, this vest is both functional and attractive. Five stars!

Posted by thewump from Portland, OR on 01/20/2010 - 5:24am
"Excellent - I love them"

I love these pants. They are comfortable, versatile, waterproof, well made, and the best price around!

Posted by glovelessinseattle from Seattle on 09/25/2009 - 5:05pm