Description: Marmot Zeus Jacket
The Zeus Jacket by Marmot is the perfect piece of urban hardware to add you your outerwear arsenal. The Marmot Zeus Jacket is an incredibly lightweight 800-fill down jacket. This great jacket comes outfitted with zippered hand pockets for warmth and convenience, elastic draw cord hem to seal out drafts, a wind flap behind the front zipper to protect against drafts and Angel-Wing Movement™, which will allow you full range of motion without the jacket riding up. When not in use, the Zeus Jacket will pack into its own pocket for storage and travel ease. The perfect jacket to add to your list of must have items.
Features of the Marmot Zeus Jacket
Marmot Zeus Jacket Colors Available:
TOP FIVE BEST USES
- Travel (1)
- Outdoor Activities (1)
- Cold Weather (1)
- Casual Wear (1)
- Camping (1)
TOP THREE PROS
- Warm (1)
- Lightweight (1)
- Compressible (1)
Finally I found what I was looking for...
REVIEWED BY: GTOWNJESSE 2014-02-11
"Headed to Finland this February and needed something better than my normal Seattle 'winter' coat for the -10F weather there. I tried on comparable products from Patagonia, North Face, and Outdoor Research. In the end I chose them Marmot. The price for the amount of 800 down was the best. The design on this is very lightweight and packable without being over-minimillist like on the other brands -you get a more robust main zipper and roomier zippered pockets than the others I tried. I have a average size torso and long arms, usually Im in between a MED and LRG for this reason - I went with the large on this and am happy with fit. Room for a thin sweater and fleece layer under which IMO is better than an ultra tight sport cut as the last hing you want is an overly tight down anything your are being active in or the heat 'squishes' out as you move if too snug. Great price and a Lifetime Warrantee. This jacket looks great if your downtown and performs well in the wilderness above the snow line. If you get a lot of rain like here in the PacNW your going to want to invest in the lightest breathable shell you can afford to go with this on the trail. I have only been in light rain with it and it is only mildly water resistant. I only wish this had come some sort of built in stuff sack. It will stuff into its own pocket, but not nicely. I'll find a little sack for keeping this with me on every excursion. Bottom line, absolutely happy with this jacket and expect to use it for many years to come,"