Marker Zodiac 3-in-1 GORE-TEX Ski Jacket (Men's)
- Fit: Relaxed
Slim: These garments fit close through the body or legs for a sleek, sexy, or athletic look.
Relaxed: Also known as "regular," these garments fit just right, not too baggy or not too slim.
Loose: Also known as baggy, loose-fitting garments allow for ultra-free body movement.
- Warmth: 5/10
Items with higher ratings will be warmer, and will offer you more protection in colder temperatures.
- Waterproofing: 10/10
Items with lower ratings are water-repellent, and good for light-snow conditions. Items with higher ratings will be more waterproof, and can protect you in wetter conditions.
If you could ski in a bubble that's perfectly protected from the elements and completely warm and cozy inside it would be the Marker Zodiac 3-in-1 GORE-TEXÂ® Ski Jacket. Maybe the reason for that is that you get two great jackets in one. The outer layer is a waterproof and windproof GORE-TEXÂ® shell, and the inside is a removable softshell liner jacket. Combine that with 150g of insulation in the liner, and the versatility you get by being able to wear them apart or together, and the Marker Zodiac Jacket might just be the most comfortable way to ski.
- Fabric Rating: Completely waterproof and extremely breathable
- Shell Outer Material: 100% polyester GORE-TEXÂ® fabric
- Shell Lining: Taffeta/ tricot/ mesh blend
- Liner Jacket Fabric Rating: Water-resistant / extremely breathable
- Liner Jacket Material: 92% poly/ 8% spandex softshell
- Liner Jacket Lining: Taffeta/ tricot/ mesh blend
- Length: Center back measures 31.5"
- Removable liner jacket for 3-in-1 versatility
- GORE-TEXÂ® fabric offers the best in waterproof protection
- Fully seam sealed to lock out moisture
- Underarm vents prevent seepage at exposed seams
- Adjustable cuffs fit around gloves to keep out snow
- Articulated elbows for freedom of movement
- Full back pocket and tons of external and internal pockets organize gear
- Hem drawcord seals out cold air
- Removable hood for weather protection
- Durable YKK zippers
Questions and Answers
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"How does this compare to the insulated Helios jacket? Any changes between this year's Helios and last year's? "
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Question by Todd on 9/27/2011 - 2:21 pm
"The Helios has less insulation than this jacket. Changes between years are usually pretty small. Zippers may be placed in different places and logos may be changed, but they try to stay with the same look. This jacket also has a removable zipper feature so that you can use it for different temperatures by adding or removing the liner. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 9/28/2011 - 12:54 pm
"Marker website does not show this jacket as available in black. Is this last year's (i.e., 2010) jacket? If so, how does it differ from the current model? Thanks "
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Question by Sean on 2/5/2012 - 3:00 pm
"This jacket is from the 2011 Winter season. When vendors update jackets for new years, the features mostly stay the same. A small detail such as the color, zipper placement, or stitching might change but overall, it is the same jacket. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/7/2012 - 11:58 am
"are the pitzips forward like the north face triclimate instead of under the arm? does it have a powder skirt and is it removable? does it have wrist gaiters?"
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Question by meme on 3/27/2012 - 4:57 am
"This jacket does not have a powder skirt or wrist gaitors. The pit zip are located just under the arms."
Answer by Ashley (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/27/2012 - 9:51 am
"Between the Karbon Lithium and this jacket, which would be warmest? Thanks!"
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Question by Andrew L on 8/11/2012 - 4:14 am
"The Marker Zodiac Jacket looks like it will keep you warmer. This jacket has 150g of insulation versus the Karbon Lithium Jacket, where it has only 100g of insulation in it. "
Answer by Jaime (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/13/2012 - 10:40 am
"What temperature can this comfortably go to. I am planning a trip to Everest base camp. Will I still need another down jacket with this for temperatures around 15F and perhaps humidity, which hopefully the goretex should take care?"
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Question by Alok on 8/26/2012 - 1:32 am
"I would not recommend this 3-in-1 for temperatures that low. I would recommend a jacket with some sort of down or high quality insulation. The type of activity you will be doing while you are there will determine which jacket is going to be your best solution. If you are hiking in temperatures that severe I would recommend the Spyder Alps Insulated Ski Jacket or the Patagonia Primo Down Insulated GORE-TEX Ski Jacket . Both of these jackets will keep you warm and protected. They also have ventilation if you need to cool down while being active. "
Answer by Sarah (Peter Glenn Staff) on 8/27/2012 - 4:52 pm
Average Customer Rating: 5/5 (1 customer reviews)