Marmot Eclipse Jacket Review


The Marmot Eclipse is a lightweight, breathable jacket that’s made for long days out outdoors. Its minimal design includes a few seams, but the shoulder seams aren’t the best fit for those wearing a backpack or bike helmet. This can result in water seeping in. The hood has a laminated brim, which protects against the wind, but the jacket’s collar and cuffs aren’t compatible with a medium-sized bike helmet. It’s also not compatible with the Nutcase bike helmet. Besides that, the collar, cuffs, and hem are all adjustable, and the fabric is highly breathable.

Marmot Minimalist

The Marmot Eclipse jacket uses a durable water-repellent finish known as DWR. GTI Aquavent technology provides this finish, which makes water bead on the jacket and remains repellent even when the fabric gets wet. However, this finish will wear off after a certain amount of use and abrasion. After the DWR wears off, the exterior fabric will absorb the water, but the waterproof barrier will remain. Most jackets have DWR applied on the garment’s exterior, but the DWR on the Marmot Eclipse is molecularly bonded to the fibers of the jacket. Therefore, you won’t have to reapply for it.

One of the best features of the Marmot Eclipse is its excellent tailoring, which keeps the torso and waist from being exposed. It also features adjustable hoods and pit zips for easy adjustment. Other features include hand pockets that double as core vents and zippers that only open in one direction. The Eclipse also has hand pockets that are high enough to stay out of the way of the waist straps of a pack. However, one disadvantage of this jacket is its size.

Outdoor Research Foray II

This Marmot Eclipse Jacket Review looks at the two main differences between the two jackets. While both are waterproof, the Foray II offers additional features. For example, it has a longer-lasting factory DWR coating. It also comes in a broader range of sizes.

While the Foray II has ample protection, it suffers a few flaws. First, while the fabric is soft, it creates swooshing noise while walking. This can be a problem if you are trying to enjoy a quiet hike.

Despite its size, the Foray II is still a bit bulky, so it does not pack down very compactly. Its packable design does allow it to fit into a giant hand pocket, but it doesn’t compress down as much as some of the other Marmot jackets.

The Marmot Eclipse rain jacket has an excellent hood and tailoring to keep out the rain. Its pit zips are easy to use, and it has elastic drawstrings to adjust. It also has high hand pockets that stay out of a pack’s waist straps. However, the Marmot Eclipse Jacket is quite pricey, so it’s essential to choose carefully.

Marmot PreCip Eco

The Marmot PreCip Eco Jacket is an environmentally-friendly hooded jacket that incorporates Paclite Technology and GORE-TEX. It is lightweight, has a water-repellent PFC-free finish, and is made of 100% recycled material. Its design is also environmentally friendly.

Its price is under $100, making it a very affordable and environmentally friendly option for outdoor enthusiasts. It has various basic features and is available in various vibrant colors. It is available in men’s and women’s sizes and is often on sale.

The hood is adjustable and makes for a comfortable, dry experience. A velcro tab on the back of the hood allows you to adjust the length to suit your needs. It is also removable and can be easily zipped up or down. Moreover, it comes with a front bill. In addition, the hood can be adjusted through a Velcro tab at the back and two pull cords on the front.

The Marmot PreCip Eco has a DWR (durable water-repellent) coating. This helps it repel rain and keep you dry while hiking or running. The jacket also has features like pit zips and mesh hand pockets.

Marmot Eclipse

If you are looking for an excellent jacket to wear on cold days, the Marmot Eclipse might be the best choice. It offers good tailoring that protects from the elements without exposing your wrists or belly. It has easy pit zips and an adjustable hood. The hand pockets are positioned high enough for you to reach them without putting on a pack. One downside to this jacket is that it runs slightly small.

The Eclipse is a 2.5-layer jacket of 100 percent nylon and AquaVent tech. It is waterproof and breathable. It has a 20K/20K rating, which means it will keep water out while letting water vapor pass through. The hood is adjustable, as are the collar and cuffs. This jacket is an excellent option for those on the trail.

The Marmot Eclipse Jacket is an excellent choice for those who spend a lot of time in the mountains. It offers decent mobility for various activities, including trekking and climbing. It has all the right parts for a successful backcountry trip. The interior of the Eclipse feels similar to that of the Marmot PreCip jacket, which is more affordable.