Formal brunch attire.

Dress yourself accordingly for a gourmet brunch of granola, nearly-frozen leftover pizza, and a big ol' pot of cowboy coffee when you wake up next to the crag in your van. This classic flannel with fuzzy Sherpa lining and Thermal R insulation in the sleeves will keep you toasty warm even if there's still a bit of frost on the windows. When you start getting on some warm ups, the cotton and Coolmax blend fabric does an impressive job at moisture management. You can stuff your paws in the handwarmer pockets between belays and climbs, and maybe even stash a little extra granola in the chest pockets if you need a mid-pitch snack.

  • A toasty warm insulated flannel ideal for a crag-side brunch
  • Double-brushed cotton and Coolmax twill fabric
  • Quick-drying and wicking for active pursuits
  • Cozy Sherpa lining and Thermal R insulation inside sleeves
  • Handwarmer pockets keep your mitts warm
  • Relaxed fit for, well, relaxing...and climbing
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

I Love This Thing

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

I think with a flacket it is key that the flannel pattern itself is something that you would wear with a lot of different pants / shirts, so that it stays versatile. Marmot nailed the flannel color options on this one (IMO). They also threw in SUPER soft sherpa fleece in the body, and legit poly insulation. This is not the flacket you find at your local farmer supply store. This thing is warm! Honestly way too hot to wear indoors in most situations, but perfect for cool fall days, or dry winter days. Sizing runs pretty large. I am 6'5 and 210lbs, and prefer a more relaxed (but not sloppy) fit. For me the large fit spot on, and I would have been swimming in an XL.

As Advertised. Solid all-arounder

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

I’m always on the hunt for a “perfect” jacket and/or flannel. This is damn-near perfect. I’m 6’2” 215lbs and the XL fits great. No slim cut, but not too boxy either. The Sherpa and tafeta(?) lining make for a perfect combo of warmth. . The color I purchased, Desert Khaki, has enough brown and black in it that you could wear it with anything. The exterior is soft from the start but durable, should last many a camping trip, surf check, dog walk...
My only very specific “gripe” is that I would prefer snap closures instead of buttons for speed and convenience. Good quality and reasonable price point. Overall I think Marmot nailed it on this flannel. Job well done

Great fit and warm

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

I was a little surprised the Medium fit me as well as it did. Length is perfect and it is incredibly warm. I grab this jacket often for various weather conditions and find myself leaving it on throughout the day because it is so soft. The only negative is that some stitching has come loose on the buttonholes. Very much recommend, especially in the neutral Grey

Super soft and Warm.

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XXL

Over all this runs true to size. It feels great and is soft and feels durable.
The only thing that came up was the cuff size, even on the biggest button hole it still was too tight on his wrists. He does have big hands/wrists yes but for a 2XL I would have thought that would be considered. It's beautiful color and the interior is super soft. Maybe I'll just steal it back and wear it myself! :)

The warmth of a thousand suns

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

This thing is incredibly warm. The cotton twill fabric is really soft and supple, while the inner sherpa lining adds some solid weight to the piece. Out of the box, it feels like one of those flannels that you've worn a thousand times (in a good way!).

If you run hot like me, it's definitely too warm for inside use! I use this for things like driving to the mountain, wearing around the campfire on a cold night, drinking on a patio, etc. I would almost urge you to consider it as an alternative to a heavy fleece.

I had some initial concerns that washing it would cause it to lose that "broken in" feel, but its stood up just fine. I did, however, choose to omit it from the dryer. All in all, solid piece. If you're questioning the price, it's because its much much more than just another flannel.

New Favorite Shirt

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: Medium

Bought the slate grey for my boyfriend and he LOVES it! Very comfortable for walking around in the cold (we live in Minnesota). Watch out though, this shirt will induce an almost instant nap approximately two minutes after sitting down because it provides the perfect temperature and coziness. The fleece on the inside is an excellent combination of fluff and softness. The outer layer of the shirt is also very smooth/soft. It does run slightly large.

New Favorite Shirt

Best Flannel Around!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I absolutely love this flannel! With fall in the air this jacket does a nice job at taking the cold chill off the morning air. the fleece lining turns this flannel into a great around town jacket that will also have your back when you hit the trail!

Warm

    Classic lined flannel jacket. So manly! Doesn’t get much better. Fits as expected.

    He Even Sleeps In It

    • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

    I bought this for my boyfriend and he wears it everywhere. He's seriously obsessed and thinks I'm the greatest girlfriend ever for buying it for him. He's 6"6' and about 195 lbs -- the large was long enough and loose enough to layer under without being ridiculously baggy. The sherpa lining is super soft (it only covers the interior back, not the sleeves so no overheating) and the quilting is cushion-y and huggable. I love it just as much as he does!

    Here's a pic I was able to steal of him while we were at the dog park - for all of the internet to see :)

    He Even Sleeps In It

    You may never take it off

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

    I bought this for wearing around the campfire and it's just perfect. Warm and cozy and not too bulky. You aren't going to want to do much active in this because it's pretty warm, but I could see sitting at a cold football game in it or wearing it unbuttoned over a tshirt in the winter. Perfect for cold mornings camping when you have to get out of the tent, but don't necessarily want to yet.

    It should serve you well this fall, that's for sure. Thanks for your review.

    Phenomenal

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

    Wow, what a jacket! It is designed wonderfully with the hand warming pockets (they really do keep your hands warm!) and the insulated sleeves are clutch on a chilly morning. It fits well and is one of my new outdoor staples. It is a little on the heavier side when you are just holding it but when you put it on you don't notice the weight at all. I have received many compliments on how good it looks, to which I say thank you. Again, it is a great jacket and comes highly recommended.

    the best

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

    This is such a nice jacket. I'm thrilled. The medium is surprisingly roomy. It looks very stylish and it's warm. The pockets are super nicely mended, and I love wearing it. It is not scratchy at all and I love the colors. This is just about my favorite thing right now! Life time warranty? I almost wanted to buy 2 of them so I can have another color :) Thanks Marmot! 5-star! Way to go! I believe the one that Patagonia makes is about $150 so I feel really lucky to have scored this beaut for $75 bucks. Zero complaints and I wear this all the time.