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Ultralight weather protection for year-round activities, the PreCip Eco is made from recycled material, and uses a PFC-free DWR.
On the 20th anniversary of our best-selling PreCip Rain Jacket, meet the environmentally conscious and high-performing next generation: the lightweight PreCip Eco Rain Jacket. The waterproof/breathable, PFC-free Marmot NanoPro™ recycled nylon face fabric lasts longer than ever, thanks to the advanced technology of our microporous coating. Sturdier, more durable than ever, and with a patented dry-touch finish, this packable water-repelling jacket that stuffs into its own pocket will become an everyday piece that you can feel good in and about. It's topped off with an updated fit and the same fully functional features you love, like a stowable hood, adjustable hem, and heat-releasing PitZips. The DriClime™-lined chin guard wicks away moisture to help prevent chafing.
Product Weight:0lbs 10.58oz (293.1g)
Main Fabric:NanoPro™ Eco 100% Recycled Nylon Ripstop 2.4 oz/yd
Center Back Length:29in
Rated 4 out of
Perfect jacket... exceptThis is an almost near perfect jacket for me. The build is right, not too boxy, but not too lean, arms are a solid length. It breathes wonderfully for a laminate, especially with the pit zips, is durable, waterproof and lasts a long time. I especially appreciate the stowaway hood and mesh pockets. However the hood is too small and doesn’t stay on in a strong wind. I live in Chicago and it generally rains sideways when it pours, add to the fact that it’s even windy on not rainy days. The two pulls are not enough to keep the hood in place, it needs at least an inch more of a brim and a halo synch in the back. If Marmot did this, I’d never buy another rain jacket.
Date published: 2019-06-10
Rated 5 out of
Lightweight, packable, roomyLost my original precip jacket and considered upgrading to more expensive goretex jackets. Nothing could compare to the lightweight, comfortable fit of the precip. Has all the right features with just the right amount of simplicity. Flexible and roomy without being too boxy. Works great at a super low price point. I don't see any reason to ever switch. Stash pocket is also a nice feature.
Date published: 2019-06-20
Rated 3 out of
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Good jacket, sleeves tightI had a precip jacket for many years which I loved - it just wore out. I wore it in rain. I often wore it in milder winter temps as a shell, with a fleece underneath. The new one is the same size (mens medium), but the sleeves have been made a WHOLE lot slimmer/narrower/tighter for some reason. Which makes the body feel right, and the sleeves feel snug. I'm 5'6" / 150 lbs so the medium shouldn't feel this way on me. I think it might feel TOO tight with a fleece underneath come fall and winter. Maybe mine was just a bad cut but it's noticeable difference. The buyer should at least be aware of that. For rain and as single layer it'll be fine.
Date published: 2021-06-05
Rated 1 out of
Loved it 'til the liner fell apart at the shoulderLoved everything about it, just wish it'd have lasted. Only got a little over a year of infrequent use before the liner cracked and fell apart at the shoulders. Didn't use cheap hangers could potentially damage the liner.
Date published: 2020-03-31
Rated 5 out of
John Alden from
Seeing Marmots with My MarmotThis is the second Marmot jacket I have owned; I bought this new one because the first one wore out over a period of more than five years and was no longer viable after those years of good usage. The new jacket has been waterproof and warm, and it protected me during a recent long-distance backpacking trip to the Wind River Range in Wyoming, where I got dumped on during a storm in Titcomb Basin. My Marmot met the marmots on that trip.
Date published: 2020-08-14
Rated 5 out of
Good quality rain jacketI recently bought this as a rain jacket/wind breaker to take the dog on walks and wear around the city. I imagine I will wear it hiking as soon as I get the chance. I got the size small. I’m usually either small or medium, pretty slender build. My chest is about a 36. I was worried that it might be too small but the jacket fits very well. It’s about an inch shorter than a Columbia jacket I have (also size small) but is still long enough. I was worried about sleeves but they are a good length too (I usually wear a 34 in dress shirts). The zipper looks like it will be obstructed by the velcro but it’s designed well so it zips smoothly. Very pleased with my purchase.
Date published: 2020-05-28
Rated 5 out of
Has Never Soaked Through!After being issued one of these at work I went ahead and bought one for myself. I love how light and flexible it is. It also has never let water through in my experience and does a good job breaking the wind. It's also very light and easy to roll up small so it can fit in a backpack. My one complaint is it's slightly baggy, unless you're planning on layering underneath I feel you could go down one size from normal. All-in-all though this is my favorite new rain jacket.
Date published: 2020-11-11
Rated 4 out of
Great except missing inside pocketsThis is almost a perfect lightweight rain/wind jacket. The only problem is that the mesh hand pockets should be sealed on the bottom of the shell to become inner-jacket pockets. It doesn’t seem like that much more work to seal them down adding 2 extra pockets rather than leave them open. Just my two cents.