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Marmot Leadville Jacket - Men's

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For weather protection and all season comfort that lets you take your workout outside in nearly any conditions, look no further than the Marmot Leadville Jacket for men. Designed to provide the maximum in comfort during high aerobic activities, the Leadville's water resistant M2 softshell material has stretch panels for ease of movement and a Gore Windstopper membrane that stops cold breezes before they can give you the chills. Venting on the sides help keep you from overheating when the trail gets intense, and an athletic fit means less bulkiness to trip you up and slow you down. Take it outside this season with the Leadville from Marmot.


Key Features of the Marmot Leadville Jacket:
  • Weight: 1 lbs 0.2 oz (459.3g)
  • Materials: WINDSTOPPER Softshell 100% Polyester Stretch 5.4 oz/ yd; Softshell Double Weave 90% Polyester/ 10% Elastane Stretch 7.3 oz/ yd
  • Center Back Length: 27.75 in
  • Fit: Athletic Fit
  • Marmot M2 Softshell
  • Windproof, Water Resistant and Breathable
  • Hand Pockets with Concealed Zippers
  • Chest Pocket with Concealed Zipper
  • Venting Side Panels
  • Adjustable Velcro Cuff
  • Reflective Logos
  • Elastic Draw Cord Hem
  • Angel-Wing Movement

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Review Summary

4.7 out of 5

10 Reviews

10 Ratings & Reviews

from Baltimore, MD

November 29, 2010

I was afraid that a medium would be too small, but it seems to fit nicely. I'm ~170 5'10" male.The only waterproofing test I've done is pouring water over top of it. It is fun to watch water just bead up and roll around the surface.I took it for a run on a windy day this past Saturday. I had a long underwear layer underneath and I stayed warm.


December 01, 2010

Great Jacket. I bought it for climbing in the fall/early winter as well as to use under a shell for skiing- basically what its described uses are. It is warm enough when moving - it would not be warm to just hang around in unless the temps are mild. This jacket is very versitle for aerobic activities. I used it for four days of sandstone climbing and it still looks like new. The fit was excellent - athletic but easy to move in (I'm 6'1" and 180lb a large fits perfect) it has a good amount of stretch and is cut to allow easy arm movement. Moderate rain is no problem and it keeps the wind out like a champ.I was a little scared off by the price at first, but the jacket is top quality in every detail, so you get what you pay for.

from Laredo, tx

December 23, 2010

Awesome jacket, it is really comfortable and very good material. I have already purchased this jacket as an oyster layer, but decided to get one in a size smaller to use by itself to train. It does a great job of keeping the wind out. I would highly recommend this jacket.

from dc

December 25, 2010

very nice jacket-soft material--the Marmot logo is a bit large (and particularly on a black jacket shows up quite prominently), but otherwise perfect

from Illinois

January 05, 2011

I just receive this jacket and I am 6 foot 180 lbs and bought a size large. Way to big for me. I am returning it. Nothing wrong with the material or quality. The marmot logo is quite huge on the front and wish it were stitched.


January 30, 2011

Of all the softshells on the market Marmot has clearly done the best job of providing a great fitting, great performing jacket for a reasonable price. You just can't go wrong with this one. Not very thick but still keeps you warm thanks to great wind and water protection and breathes easy.

from Cambridge, MA

January 31, 2011

Perfect if used for what it's intended to do. That means minor cold (30s, 40s), minor wind and rain. Water beads up on it quite impressively, though I wouldn't try a serious storm with it. (Other liquids do too; I've worn it in a restaurant once and I can say accurately that deflects barbecue sauce as well.) Fits quite well - a slim-fit - on me. I'm 5'10, 170 lbs and ordered a medium; my only complaint is that the sleeves are a little bit long. It's not so snug, though, that you can't put something under it if it's a bit colder outside. I often pair it with a hooded sweatshirt or a heavier sweater when the temps dip into the low thirties or anything below. On its own, it has a great range of motion and is quite flexible.


October 25, 2011

This is my favorite windproof jacket. It's held up against some significant wind, and also repels some light rain. I'm 6'3", 175lbs, and use a medium in this jacket. This is one size smaller than I usually use with most shirts/jackets, but the athletic fit of the Leadville and its slight stretch work well for me. It's lightweight, but provides some warmth in cooler temperatures.


November 14, 2011

I bought this jacket for my boyfriend. He is 6 feet tall and about 180 lbs. He usually wears an XL, but I got him the L and it fit him perfectly. The lime color is awesome and great for being more visible for cycling and running at dusk. He wears it for casual and for physical activities. He got many compliments from his friends.

from Delaware

January 03, 2012

Based on others reviews, I decided to purchase the jacket in a Large size. I am 6 foot 185 pounds and the jacket fit good. Since it is an athletic cut, it didn't leave a lot of extra room, but fit fine with a long sleeve shirt underneath. As others mentioned, the arms are rather long for the sizing.The jacket itself blocks the wind as advertised. I was looking for a light weight jacket I could use for cooler temperatures and this fits the bill. However, I think I may want some additional lining since it it much lighter than I expected (could be a pro or con).

Marmot Leadville Jacket Photo


Available sizes, while supplies last, include X-Large.

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