Minimalist Jacket

$449.00 NZD Regular price
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When the forecast isn't optimal but you're still ready to get out there, wear the lightweight, compressible Men's Minimalist Jacket. Perfect for your next rainy outdoor adventure, it features GORE-TEX® Paclite® technology, which offers a wind-blocking hydrophobic membrane and weight-minimizing comfort. 100% seam taping, a DWR (Durable Water-Repellent) finish, an attached adjustable hood, and a bonded flap over the center front zipper increase the weather protection of this rain jacket. Heat-releasing PitZips improve airflow and help regulate body temperature, while articulated elbows increase mobility on the trail. If the temps drop, zip it up over an insulated jacket for extra warmth.


  • GORE-TEX® Paclite® fabric is lightweight and packable, yet durably waterproof, windproof, and breathable; 100% seam-taped to keep water out
  • DWR (Durable Water-Repellent) finish repels water from the surface fabric
  • PitZips provide ventilation to regulate body temperature
  • Articulated elbows for increased mobility
  • Bonded-flap center front zipper
  • Zippered chest pocket; Zippered hand pockets
  • Adjustable drawcord hem; Adjustable VELCRO® cuffs
  • Attached hood with peripheral cord adjustment

Product Details

  • Fit: Regular Fit

  • Main materials: GORE-TEX® Products with Paclite® Technology 100% Recycled Polyester 3.3 oz/yd

  • Centre back length: 28in / 71.1cm

  • Weight: 0lbs 14.11oz (400.0g)

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
Peter Ireland
Miminalist jacket

Nice jacket though I should have ordered large not medium. Model on website was 6' 1" and 95 kilos. I am 6'5" and 85 kilos, so I figured a medium should do it. So, a bit snug and a bit short. It replaced a lost Marmot parka I have had for years, longer and black, the finish and materials of which were nicer than my new one. So, overall, caveat emptor when buying on line and if you are tall and want better coverage from your parka, this is not the one for you. I will probably source another, longer parka, and am hoping not to go over the $450.00 mark. For which, you should be getting a coat that can deal with Wellington's wind and rain. I like Marmot gear, though, and this is a nice example. Stylish and nice colour. Am wondering how it might fare as a bike jacket to get some more use out of it. Sorry, rambling on here. Thanks.