Universal protection.

Perhaps the most practical design model in the industry, the trusty Marmot KT Component 3-in-1 Jacket protects you from a range of weather conditions. When zipped together, the KT Component protects you on the coldest and wettest days, while when worn solo the shell keeps you dry on wet yet warm spring days and the internal insulation gives you warmth in cold and dry climates off the ski hill. So whether you travel to ski or live in the variable Rocky Mountain Range, the KT Component gives you universal protection.

Fully sealed, two-layer Gore-Tex membrane gives you bombproof protection on deep powder days and wet climates like the Pacific North West, while Marmot's synthetic Thermal R insulation uses fine multi-channel fibers to repel moisture to keep you dry even when exposed to snow. When the storm is in full force, zip on the hood, buckle into your powder skirt, cinch down the cuffs and hem, and don't be scared to get chest deep in powder.

  • A practical 3-in-1 jacket for ranging conditions
  • GoreTex membrane protects you in the wettest and deepest snow
  • Synthetic insulation repels moisture unlike down insulation
  • Removable storm hood you can attach only when you need it
  • Powder skirt keeps you protected on chest-deep days
  • Multiple pockets hold your pass, music, and full-day essentials
  • Hook-and-loop cuffs prevent drafts and snow from going up sleeves
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Excellent ski/snowboard jacket

    This jacket is really 3 in one. The liner serves as a nice jacket in and of itself. It's thin, but really warm. The fabric is very comfortable and easy to move around in and all the jacket features such as very well placed pockets and vents perform well. The liner is easy to take out and looks great as a jacket on it's own.

    Great Ski Jacket!

      I got this for my brother for Christmas and he's a big fan! A go to jacket for most weather temps. The ventilation is great, and the insulated layer is toasty!

      Great jacket!!

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

      I've had this jacket for 1 full year now. I've used it in the diverse conditions known to Michigan. I've found it very warm when needed, able to break it down for warmer weather, and stay dry when wet moves in. Also, the zipper blocks wind quite well, which was a problem with the jacket I replaced with this one. Size is pretty accurate.
      My only complaint is the inner jacket I got with mine in light blue. It shows off how filthy the back of my neck might be. I really wish my liner were black.

      Very nice 3-in-1 Jacket

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: X-Large

      This is a wonderful jacket. I purchased it last fall and have been nothing but happy with it. I live in Minnesota where winters are cold and this jacket is warm, waterproof, and just overall comfortable. I see some other people said this coat is not warm enough, I disagree as this is one of the warmest coats I own. I have spent entire days outside in the Minnesota winter and have been warm and comfortable. I always wear it over a long-sleeved shirt/sweater (if it is cold enough that you need to wear a jacket like this outside you probably shouldn't have a t-shirt alone on underneath...just saying).

      For me this jacket just works all around. The pockets are great, the hood is awesome, I love the pit-zips and the fabric has a quiet feel to it (some jackets feel like you are rubbing newspaper together when you move around). This one also has a great range of motion. Just an overall great jacket, I have the slate grey color and it performs well, but also has a neutral color so I can dress up in it as well.

      Good but not great

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

      This is a quality coat. But as stated in another review it is not very warm. I love the outer shell. It is light and loose fitting and sheds rain like a champ. The liner is where it starts to disappoint. First off it is not as fluffy as the pictures show. Very light insulation. Thus not very warm. I tend to use other layers instead of the one this coat comes with. 2nd I purchased the blue coat because it was on sale and the blue is nice. The pictures do not show just how ugly the liner is that goes with blue. It is the color of split pea soup. I now assume this is why the blue was so much cheaper.

      It's OK; keeps me dry, not very warm

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

      I bought the KT Component jacket to replace an EMS insulated ski jacket whose color I'd grown tired of but used for every day winter wear the last few New England winters, and also consolidate to replace a Cloudveil shell I used only for skiing over base and mid-layers. Figured shell plus liner would be as good as the EMS, and shell only same as what I was using the Cloudveil for.

      The Marmot is definitely as waterproof as the Cloudveil, which is great. I was out in pouring rain the other day snow-blowing and stayed completely dry. However it's nowhere near as warm as the EMS jacket is, the liner's warmth is very disappointing. Add another layer and it's fine, but as a go to jacket to throw on in the winter over whatever I might be wearing, it isn't warm enough.

      Very easy

        Worked with Cameron C via chat, he made my special order very quick and easy!