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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. 

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Size & Fit

Tents:

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Sleeping Bags:

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Clothing:

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.