Taking tech to the streets.

You've got places to be and no time to worry about some pesky cold weather. The Men's Marmot Burdell Down Jacket combines street-savvy looks with some serious warmth, ensuring that you can spend your cooler months feeling pretty good about yourself. As cool autumn gives way to a blustery winter, stay warm thanks to the 600-fill down insulation this jacket boasts. Even if those clouds are spitting doom and gloom, you can head to work knowing that your jacket has treated down and can withstand a little rain.

  • Lifestyle jacket for everyday warmth when the clouds roll in
  • Treated down means no worries if you get caught in a drizzle
  • Regular fit if you want to sport you school colors
  • Fashion forward design for good style in the city or on campus
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Just what I wanted

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

Was looking for a mid-weight jacket for fall and spring that can go into colder temps by layering and this seems to fit the bill. Sleeves are a little long for me (5' 4", 160 lbs) along with the torso length, but fits great around the chest. I ordered the medium, but this is fine because I bike everywhere and the added length is perfect when reaching the handlebars and keeping wind from going up your back. Only two things I would like to change on this however. The hand warmer pockets are not zippered so I dare not keep anything valuable in them and there is no internal pocket.

Very warm, nice material

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Small

This is my first purchase of any marmot products. I am 5'10" and originally ordered a medium (my usual jacket size), but it was very large, sent back and ordered a small instead and the fit is perfect, backcountry's customer service was AMAZING by the way. This jacket is very warm and lightweight, I purchased the "cavern" tan color and am very happy with it, the outside shell feels more like lighter canvas/work jacket rather than a "silky" smooth down Jacket, which I really like.

Unanswered Question

For many degrees this model is?