MarmotEther Driclime Hooded Jacket - Women's

Number one pal on the trail.

If the Rocky Mountain sunset sneaks up on you, don't worry about rushing back to the campfire. Your Marmot Women's Ether Driclime Jacket keeps you covered and ready for the after-dusk chill as you admire the glimmering city lights from a safe distance. Wind-resistant, water-repellent, and highly breathable, this hooded jacket helps prepare you to face passing storms with comfortable protection, and the DriClime bi-component wicking lining and underarm mesh vents keep you cool and dry when the conditions start to heat up in the daytime. 360-degree reflectivity ensures you're seen after dark, and the elastic cuffs and drawcord hem provide customizable protection from the elements. Plus, this jacket packs into its pocket for transportation and storage convenience.

  • Nylon double mini ripstop fabric
  • Water- and wind-resistant
  • DriClime bi-component wicking lining
  • Attached adjustable hood
  • Elastic drawcord hem and cuffs
  • Packable
  • Reflective details
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Runs small

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

I love this jacket! The material is nice. It is lined, so it isn't the type that will stick to you when it gets warm. But, it does run small. I wear a large in most shirts and jackets, but I got this in an XL and it is snug. It fits great in the arms, but the middle is quite thin. For reference, I weigh 180 pounds and am a 36D. I have plenty in the middle that I need to lose so once that happens, I bet it fits better! I love the jacket though!

BEST jacket ever for exercising

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: September

I bought this jacket thinking it would be a fall/spring jacket to wear around town but I took it running and I will never look back! It is absolutely perfect for running temps below 40 degrees. Between 32-40 degrees I wear a short sleeve underneath and I'm super warm. Today I went running in 25 degrees with a 10-15 mph wind. I wore a long sleeve polyester shirt underneath and a thin hat. I put on the hood, hooked up the iPhone and went for a run. The jacket keeps out the wind, the hood is the perfect size (and I'm not one for wearing hoods usually), it is completely breathable and once my run was done and the sun was down I was able to stand in the 23 degree weather and stretch before getting in the car. I have never found a jacket that is so versatile and kept me warm. A+ Marmot.