Marmot Njord Down Jacket - Men's

A long insulated trench coat with waterproof protection.

When a  freezing rainstorm stands between you and your destination, it's a good thing you're safely ensconced within the Marmot Men's Njord Down Jacket. The waterproof two-layer MemBrain with fully taped seams ensures that you stay dry while you walk to your car or to the subway, and the 700-fill down insulation keeps you nice and toasty. 


The Njord's long, trench-coat cut protects your thighs from the wet, cold weather, while the rib-knit collar adds some comfort around your neck. Hook-and-loop cuffs keep the wind from coming in uninvited, and the welted hand pockets come with water-resistant zippers to keep your goods safe.  

  • MemBrain 2L
  • Fully taped seams
  • 700-fill goose down
  • Trench-coat length
  • Two welt hand pockets
  • One zippered Napoleon pocket
  • One internal pocket
  • Hook-and-loop closure cuffs
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Boston approved

  • Size Bought: Large

Needed a professional, warm coat for business in the cold and snowy Northeast...this was a perfect choice. I am 6 ft 2 and wear a size 42 suit - the large size was a perfect fit. It has a down liner, a higher collar and modern style. Also, I like that it does not have hanging hardware and patches...it has a trim and subtle, current business style that I really like.

Thanks for the review Edward. I'm 6'4" and 185, so close to your size but with longer arms (approximately 37 sleeve length). How is the sleeve length for you?

Style and Warmth

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

I would describe this as an insulated urban trench coat. It is high quality with a slim cut and the warmth of Canada Goose (TEI 3) but for less than half the price. People have criticized that it does not have a hood. I disagree with this criticism. This is an urban trench and not a coat for the great outdoors. If you want a hood, go buy a parka. Marmot makes those too.

Warm in NY

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

I was traveling in NY longer than I expected and needed a coat. Had a friend recommend this one to me. Blowing wind, driving rain in NY and I was all snug as bug in a rug. I love it.

Unanswered Question

Fill Weight?

Great Look While Beating the Elements

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Purchased this coat in Black just a few weeks ago as I was looking for warmer trench coat that can be worn for business or play. Was able to put it through some daily routines in both rain and snow due to our early winter in Michigan. Wore the Njord jacket with t-shirt and jeans in 10 degree Fahrenheit weather to snow blow our driveway. Even with winds over 20 miles per hour my legs and body were perfect. The coat extending down to knee length makes such a difference. Aside from the incredible warmth the ergonomics are well done - pocket size & locations, great mobility in arms and shoulders (even when wearing a suit). This may not be the coat I grab for formal occasions but it definitely looks sharp enough for business occasions. I wear a 43/44 in sport coat an purchased the large. This provided ample room for me wearing a sweater and sport coat.

Very helpful!

Would you say this is a slim or an athletic jacket?

Great Review. Thank you.

Unanswered Question

Does anyone have any thoughts or experience with this coat in deep winter conditions? I'm looking for something for a Bavarian winter - cold, damp, regular snowfall and graupel (unlike last year's winter in Munich), but would like to avoid gear that looks like something Roald Amundsen would have used. I am a dedicated Marmot customer, but would appreciate any input on this coat, or similar Marmot Urban Tech pieces. Vielen dank!