Other Brands:  Chaco  |  Gu Energy  |  Head  |  Hoka One One  |  Jetboil  |  Scarpa

June 11, 2018

Written by Luke Care

To complete the layering system, I tried the stretch fleece half-zip top. The cut is comfortable and very tidy; probably acceptable in a multitude of environments. The warmth was incredible - over the roar I continually underestimated how warm it was and found myself sweating on the first hill of the day. Weighing 317 grams in size L, this top had a pretty good warmth-to-weight ratio. 

A chest pocket would have been infinitely more useful than the shoulder pocket but Marmot sells clothing to a range of users, so perhaps it's a good place for things like car keys for town runners. 

The fabric proved to be incredibly sturdy - but get your sizing right - be generous if you're slightly heavier built like me. The fabric did a good job of guarding my forearms though as I bashed through tight leatherwood and other iron-like alpine scrubs that would have torn polyprop tops to shreds. This top is extremely durable and warm, at the cost of a bit of breathability and stretch. All in all, an excellent deep winter insulating layer, and coupled with the down jacket, you could almost tackle Antarctica. 

Shop Fleece >>

 





Also in #WeAreMarmot

Marmot Sponsors Pioneer MTB Stage Race
Marmot Sponsors Pioneer MTB Stage Race

November 20, 2018

Marmot are proud to sponsor The Pioneer - an epic 6-Day Mountain Bike Stage Race through NZ’s Southern Alps starting Sunday, 25 November 2018

Continue Reading

Marmot Knife Edge Jacket - NZ Outdoor Hunting review
Marmot Knife Edge Jacket - NZ Outdoor Hunting review

September 03, 2018

I found the Marmot Knife Edge jacket to be versatile and comfortable. My favourite feature must be how light the jacket is while still being protective and waterproof. It easily folds up very small to fit in my pack and I barely noticed it was in there while out exploring in the hills and bush. Great jacket, Marmot.

Continue Reading

Are You Prepared For Winter In The Backcountry?
Are You Prepared For Winter In The Backcountry?

August 21, 2018

When you go equipped with the right gear and expertise, you don’t have to be. In fact, when you come prepared, winter can turn the wilderness into a veritable wonderland that offers an increasingly rare immersion into calm, quiet, and solitude.

Continue Reading

Size & Fit

Men

Men

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Size

28

30

32

34

36

38

Chest

83-89

89-96

96-104

104-112

112-119

119-127

Neck

--

40

41.9

43.8

45.7

47.6

Sleeve

79

81

83

86

89

91

Waist*

68-76

76-81

81-86

86-91

91-99

99-107

Hip

86-89

89-94

94-99

99-107

107-114

114-122

Inseam**

76

77

81

83

86

89


Women

Women

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Size

2

4    6

8    10

12    14

16

--

Women

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

Size

2

4    6

8    10

12    14

16

--

Chest

81-83

83-89

89-96

96-104

104-112

112-119

Sleeve

77.5

78.5

80

82.5

85

87.6

Waist*

62-65

65-69

69-77

77-87

87-92

92-97


Kids

Alpha Size

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

XXXL

Age

4–5

6-7

8-9

10-12

13-15

--

--

Chest

60–66

66–71

71–76

76–81

81–86

--

--

Waist

48–53

53–58

58–63

63–68

68–74

--

--

Hip

60–66

66–71

71–76

76–81

81–86

--

--

Inseam

43–45

48–20

53–55

58–63

66–71

--

--

Sleeve

55–60

63–63

63–66

66–71

71–76

--

--

Height (cm)

36–42

42–48

48–54

54–60

60–65

--

--

Weight (kgs)

15–19

19–23

23–27

27–40

40–52

--

--


Accessories

Gloves*

XS

S

M

L

XL

XXL

XXXL

Men

16.5–18

18–19

19–21.5

21.5–24

24–27

27–29

--

Women

14–15

15–16.5

16.5–18

18–21

21–23

--

--

*To find your glove size, measure your hand around and over the knuckles with your fingers together, excluding your thumb.

 

Hats

XS

S / M

M / L

XL / XXL

XXXL

--

17 – 18

18 – 19

19 – 20

--

 

*Trail-to-Town pants have specific waist sizes.
**Inseam lengths above are average size lengths. Some pants are available in additional inseam lengths and will display on the product page.