Marmot Bantamweight Jacket Review


This Marmot Bantamweight Jacket review will focus on performance, packability, and recyclability. The Bantamweight is a lightweight mountain jacket that is perfect for fast, light mountain adventures. It packs small and easily fits in a waist pack, mountain trousers pocket, or bike pack. It can even be clipped onto a harness for multi-pitch epics.

Marmot Bantamweight Jacket

The Marmot Bantamweight Jacket is an extremely lightweight, versatile jacket that can be easily packed away in its pocket. It weighs under 200 grams and is made of stretchy Pertex Shield fabric. It has a hood and drawcord hem for added coverage. For additional protection from the elements, the Bantamweight Jacket has a hood. This jacket will keep you warm and dry without restricting your range of motion.

The Marmot Bantamweight Jacket is designed for active wear and has a hood that is helmet compatible. It also features an adjustable volume system for maximum comfort. The hood, hem, and cuffs are all elasticized for increased comfort. In addition, it has tape-sealed seams and is reflective for safety.


The Marmot Bantamweight Jacket is a lightweight, athletic-fitting rain jacket with a performance-oriented shell. It is waterproof and windproof and made with Pertex(r) Shield fabric. It also features internal pockets and an adjustable hood. It also stuffs easily into a backpack. It is also highly durable, weighing less than five pounds. This jacket also looks great and will protect you from the elements.

The Bantamweight jacket is perfect for those on a budget or in a hurry to get out on the trail. It has a full-length water-resistant front zip, two zippered side pockets, and an interior mesh pocket, which is large enough to fit your phone. The jacket is extremely light and compact and can easily fit into your waist pack or mountain trousers. In addition, it can clip onto a harness for multi-pitch adventures.


The Marmot Bantamweight Jacket packs almost nothing and offers waterproof protection for mountain adventures. It features an easy-to-use full-length zip with a hood that is helmet compatible, two side pockets with zippered flaps, and an interior mesh pocket big enough to hold a cell phone. This jacket also has a hook to clip onto a harness or rucksack.

It weighs 150 grams, making it perfect for traveling and activewear. Its two-way stretch fabric and Pertex Shield technology keep rain, wind, and vapor out while providing reliable waterproof protection. The jacket also features an adjustable hood and is lightweight enough to pack easily in your backpack.


The Marmot Bantamweight Jacket is made of 2.5 layers of material, which makes it lighter than three-layer versions. In addition, the jacket features waterproof technology bonded to the surface and avails table in various colors. However, this material is not as durable as a three-layer jacket.

The fabric is made of 100% recycled materials. The jacket is also ultra-lightweight, adding almost no weight to a backpack heading out on the trail. In addition, its material is 100% recyclable, which is a big plus in environmental sustainability. It is also certified by Bluesign, a global certification program that promotes environmentally friendly products.

The jacket is made of PFC-free, recycled ripstop nylon and is climate neutral, so it’s an environmentally conscious choice. The jacket also features a built-in RECCO reflector and two-way pit zips for ventilation. It also has chest and harness/hipbelt-friendly pockets.


If you’re looking for a lightweight, highly waterproof rain jacket, the Marmot Bantamweight Jacket is worth a look. It features 2.5-layer Pertex Shield(r) fabric for reliable protection. It also has adjustable hood and hem settings, so you can adjust the fit just as needed. Plus, it’s lightweight and packable, making it a perfect choice for a day out on the lake or in the mountains.

Another lightweight option is the REI Co-op’s XeroDry GTX jacket, which uses the same Gore-Tex Paclite technology. This version is less expensive and weighs 12.5 ounces less. However, the REI version has a lower weather protection rating and fewer pockets. Moreover, the cheaper face fabric makes it susceptible to getting out and thus less durable.