Marmot Ginny Skirt - Women's

A skirt crafted for mountain gals.

You may own more hiking boots than heels, but that doesn't mean you can't indulge your more feminine side very now and then. When it is time to slip into something without legs, put yourself in the Marmot Women's Ginny Skirt. Tough but feminine, this performance skirt is made of a stretch cotton blend fabric and features UPF sun protection. A moisture-wicking waistband keeps things comfortable at the midriff on those hot and sunny days, and a drawcord cinch keeps the Ginny riding where you want it when you're on the move. 

  • Cotton blend
  • UPF 30 sun protection
  • Regular fit
  • Drawcord waist
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Functional and cute

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: 4

This skirt is a great style. It has a mountaineering look, but with a feminine flare. Watch out that it runs big. The size 4 works for 125-130 lbs. I ordered the 6 at first go round and it was pretty big. Also, this has a drawstring waist only. I wear it with a tight shirt to reduce a bunchy look around the middle.

Not Great

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: 6

It's a very cute skirt with great fabric and pockets. Unfortunately, the waist is not stretchy nor is there a fly. If you have a bigger bum and smaller waist it doesn't work. I could barely get it over my hips and then it bunches when I tighten the drawstring.

Too large

  • Size Bought: 10

Comfy, but runs very large.

Overall, a winner.

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

This skirt is super cute & will be very functional for me. I ordered the 'dark steel' color. Be warned, color is NOT how it appears in the pic. In real life, the color is more akin to the 'dark charcoal' picture. Who knows what color that one is in real life?! I did knock off one star for a lousy product pic, I was hoping it would be almost black, as shown. However, it's not a deal breaker for me. I like 'pastel black', too. Ha, ha.
This skirt sits more at my natural waist and hits just about an inch below mid thigh, for me. I could pull it down a bit, to sit more at my hip, but I think it would just ride back up. I have a 26" natural waist and a 31" inseam, for reference. I think I'm a bit curvier than the other gal who reviewed, lol. The pockets have a good depth & the little zipper pocket will hold a card, bit of cash, chapstick & a house/car key.
The material has a nice give to it, so I could see taking a light jog or hike in it, no problems! I see myself in this skirt a lot this summer, then with leggings under in the fall.

Functional skirt

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large

The skirt has a drawstring waste, you have to cinch it up to get it tight around the waste and it runs a bit big. I am 5’6, slender, got a size 4 but should have gotten a size 2. I love the pockets they are deep and the length of the skirt is perfect, 2 inches above the knee with my 33 inseam.

Do any of the pockets accommodate a large smartphone?

Yes, you could get the phone in the hand pockets easily.