Items (0)
£0.00
Sash
Ether DriClime Vest

Ether DriClime Vest

Weighs 144g (Medium size) - code:n/a
From £52.99 (FREE UK & EU shipping on this item)
RRP: £74.99 You Save: £22.00 (29%)
1 in Stock Now   |  Usually dispatched within 24 hours
Add to Bag
This product has been added to your basket...
  • Continue Shopping
  • Checkout

Marmot's Ether DriClime Vest offers a closer fit with technical wicking properties to keep you comfortable while your working hard on the trail.

Description    Features
A weather-resistant athletic fitting vest, the Ether DriClime is an ideal layering piece: wear on its own during cool fall mornings, or under a shell when the clouds roll in. The bi-component wicking lining keeps you dry and comfortable, while versatile zippered pockets keep you organized on the move. Pack this vest into its pocket and go.  
  • Wind Resistant, Water Repellent, Breathable
  • DriClime Bi-Component Wicking Lining
  • Zippered Hand Pockets
  • Zippered Chest Pocket
  • Packs into Pocket
  • 360 Degree Reflectivity
  • Elastic Drawcord Hem

Marmot's Ether DriClime Vest is designed to be worn next to the skin or over a thin baselayer. The way it works is the fleecy liner wicks sweat very effectively and then the outer fabric gets rid of it.

The DriClime range works well to keep you comfortable while you're working hard outdoors, but it also offers decent weather protection. The fleecey lining obviously makes this a viable option for 3 season use, but the outer fabric also offers a degree of wind resistance & water repellency.

Two zippered hand pockets and one at the chest add a bit more functionality to the Ether DriClime that is sometimes lacking from other similar garments.

- Reviewed by World Backpacker

Specification Fabric
  • Small weighs: 134g
  • Medium weighs: 144g
  • Large weighs: 160g
  • XLarge weighs: 170g
  • Center Back Length (Base of neck to bottom of hem): 67.5cm
  • Fit: Athletic Fit
  • Main Materials: 100% Nylon Double Mini Rip 1.0 oz/ yd
This product has not yet been rated, write a review ›