Marmot are becoming an increasingly popular brand for us and we put this down to their ability to make products that fit well, are highly functional and look great.

The highlights from our spring/summer 2012 Marmot range include:

Marmot Nano Jacket and Womens Nano Jacket, superlight (235g and 218g respectively) waterproofs made from Gore-Tex® Paclite®, that are designed for walking and climbing that also look GORE-geous!

Spring 2012 sees the return of the popular Marmot Ether Driclime to Up and Unders range. As ever from Marmot you get high performance at an icredibly low weight (249g) which all fans of Driclime and other microfibre and pertex combined garments will adore. Use it for walking, running, cross-country skiing and ski mountaineering.

The Marmot Vapor Trail Hoodyis a lightweight softshell hooded jacket (411g) that works as an unrestrictive stretchy windproof with light insulative and water-repellant properties whilst breathing and wicking like no bodies business. Choose it for walking and climbing hard and fast.

Staying with softshell we have the perfect spring/summer Alpinists pant in the form of the Marmot Orion Pant.

In terms of softshell jackets for women we have selected the GORE-geous Womens ROM Jacket which you've guessed it uses Gore® Windstopper® for maximum wind-resistance combined with M2 softshell for improved breathability under the arms. As the name suggests it gives a lovely fit but has an awesome Range of Motion!

Now for something a little more summery, it's the turn of tees and capri's:

The Womens Bow Hoody is a wicking tee with a hood which makes a great travel and more relaxed piece that is equally at home at the gym or during a Yoga session.

The Womens Crest Tank is a racerback top with an integral shelf bra that is ideal for general wear or running.

The Womens Emma Capri is a rugged yet light and comfy Capri that is versatile enough for home, hill, crag and park.

The Windridge SS is a wicking tee for gents with high venting sides that will suit all fans of the outdoors from Ramblers to Mountain Marathon Runners



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