Marmot Sizing Chart
Care Instructions Marmot does not recommend dry cleaning for any of our products. Gore-Tex® fabric products, MemBrain® fabric products, down insulated products, and fleece are all machine washable. Follow the care instructions.close
4.7 out of 5
Excellent multi-purpose shirt
December 13, 2012
I have used this primarily for mountain biking in early morning temps of upper 40's to mid 50's. It breathes very well on the uphill climbs and sweat evaporates quickly. It guards against most wind on the downhill descents, but lets in enough air to be comfortable. I have not been in the rain, but I have brushed against many dew-soaked bushes and the Windshirt beads this water and sheds it off nicely. The fabric is slick, so backpack straps tend to slip off unless you have a sternum or chest strap to connect the shoulder straps - then no problem. I am 5'10", 180 lbs with a 32 inch waist and 41 inch chest. The large fits me perfectly with good mobility and enough room to wear a midweight base layer underneath. Durability is great for its intended purpose, but abrasive sports (e.g. rock climbing) will likely be very hard on this type of fabric.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
December 28, 2011
Men's DriClime Windshirt is a very good clothes! It is very breathable. Compared with the other clothes, the price is reasonable. I got a black one and the large size. It wears very comfortable. Value for money!Pros: Great design, Ease of use, Great value
Lives in my crag pack!
May 31, 2011
I love this windshirt. It is soft, warm, comfortable and functional. It layers very well with rain gear and warmer jackets. I also like this to wear while belaying on colder days or to block the wind from howling through my body. This 'jacket' is also extremely packable so it never leaves my pack. I would highly recommend it!Pros: Great design, Performance
Very versatile shirt/jacket
December 14, 2011
This is my third Marmot Wind Shirt in 30 years. I wear them more than any outdoor clothing I have ever owned. They're great over a t-shirt in mild weather and equally as good as a layer under a parka or shell.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
June 28, 2011
I wore this Windshirt hiking the Camino Spring 2011 and fell in love with it. Perfect for layering and for the weight unbelievably warm. Sadly I left it on a train in Leon and had to make do with a much bulkier and not as comfortable replacement. The day I got home I bought another DriClime Windshirt. I'm thinking of purchasing a backup-backup for when I wear this one to death. A must have for travel.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
December 08, 2011
The wind shirt is light weight and very comfortable for temperatures down to the mid 40s. The sleeves are a bit long. There are no pockets, but the is probably why they call this a shirt and not a jacket. I have the DriClime vest which I wear all the time. If the wind shirt is like the vest, it should wear very well.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Great value, Cons: Cost
Marmot Men's DriClime Windshirt
August 01, 2013
I purchased this item for multi-use purposes as an all-around jacket. It's a very light-weight jacket (easily packable), yet it has a small amount of insulation to keep me warm. It's especially great as a mid-layer, since it does not have hand pockets. Very attractive product and comfortable to wear. It does not stretch very much, if at all. Have put it through the washing machine about 5 times thus far and it looks great with no signs of wear and tear. Repels water just fine, but you wouldn't want to use it as a raincoat. Nice job, Marmot!Pros: Build quality, Performance
A jacket? A shirt? Can't tell.
June 04, 2012
This shirt/jacket is a nice piece of clothing. It fits rather snug and has the feel of a jacket, but it has no pockets so I suppose it is actually a shirt. It seems very well made and fits well, I am just a little confused as to where it fits in. It will have to be used for a windbreaker and a windbreaker only.Pros: Build quality, Cons: Low performance
Marmot, still offers quality products!
December 22, 2011
I have owed two of these windshirts. The latter had the elastic wrist, the first had the velcro closure I believe. While I prefer the velcro, this is still an outstanding product. I purchased the Gravity jacket as well and found that to be just a tad too heavy for getting the most out of the product for three season use.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Ease of use, Great value, Lasts forever, Performance, Cons: rather it not had the eleastic on wrists
Acid Yellow/ Cinder, Black, Blue Ocean/ Surf, Cobalt Blue/ Bright Navy, Cobalt Blue/ Slate Grey, Dark Azure/ Green Envy, Forest/ Fatigue, Green Lichen/ Greenland, Green Pepper/ Midnight Green, Lead/ Gargoyle, Mars Orange/ Gargoyle, Orange Spice/ Slate Grey and Sunset Orange/ Slate Grey.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size small, size medium, size large, size extra large and size extra extra large: s, m, l, xl, xxl.