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Marmot - Lynx Driclime Anorak - Women's

Marmot Lynx Driclime Anorak - Women's

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Tech Specs

Material:
[face fabric] Pertex Quantum (100% nylon), [lining] DriClime Bi-Component Wicking Lining
Fit:
regular
Length:
hip
Center Back Length:
26in
Pockets:
2 kangaroo
Claimed Weight:
1lb 1oz
Recommended Use:
casual, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Lynx Driclime Anorak

Add a little warmth—as well as style—to your daily routine with the Marmot Lynx Driclime Anorak. This retro wind-breaking pullover is lightweight and packable, so you can stuff it in your bag when the forecast is hazy. Then, when the wind starts to huff and puff with a vengeance, you can pull it on for solid protection from gusty weather. Built with a Pertex Quantum shell, it's both windproof and water-resistant, so it can handle fickle spring and fall weather like a champ. For added performance Marmot added a moisture-wicking lining to keep you comfortable whether you're commuting to work or out on the trail, and a half-zip at the neck lets you micromanage your body temperature. Plus, it boasts a stylishly ribbed hem, cuffs, and collar, with color-blocking that's totally in right now.

  • A retro pullover for windy days around town
  • Pertex Quantum fabric blocks wind and light moisture
  • DriClime lining wicks sweat away from your skin
  • Articulated design ensures unrestricted mobility
  • Tunnel through hand pockets provide a stash for cold fingers
  • Regular fit pulls easily on over a shirt or sweater

Very short sleeves

  • Fit: Runs small
  • Size Bought: M

I read other reviews saying the torso and arms on this piece were long, so I wanted to share my experience as well. My height is entirely in my legs/arms - I can usually wear "petite" shirts as I have a shorter torso than my 4'9" grandma and 5'2" mother. My arms are 24" so based on other reviews and the size chart, I thought the M should work fine. The bottom of the cinched hem rests above my butt/hips. The advertised center back length of 26" is accurate. However, despite many other reviews calling the arms "long," the arms on the size M I received are only 19.5 inches long under the arm and 22.5 inches long from the top shoulder seam (despite the size chart indicating they would be up to 30 inches long). The rest of the fit is very roomy/baggy and comfortable as advertised - on my body shape it is flattering (other than the limited arm movement if I try to keep the sleeves pulled down closer to my wrist). While the arms are short, the cinched wrists still provide a cute look with the sleeves pushed up (and keep the sleeves out of the way), although I can see it being problematic if I need to wear this top in actual cooler weather/rain... I'm still debating if the short arms will be a deal-breaker. Had I purchased the more insulated version of this jacket to use as a warmer layer, I would absolutely need to return.

Comfortable but color not as expected

    I ordered the vintage violet bonfire color and the bonfire color is not the orange o was hoping for. The orange is more of a brown mustard color. But still comfy!