Jacketses at Campmor on 2/17/14
Nice, lightweight, wind proof and warm.
Steve at Campmor on 2/17/14
I purchased a Marmot jacket, quality, fit & finish was exactly what one would expect from Marmot...PERFECT!
This was my first online purchase experiance with Campmor and it could not have been better. I will ALWAYS go to Campmor first for future online purchases for product catagories they offer. Prior to making my online purchase I had a few questions and the individual I spoke with (Edison) could not have been more helpful and courteous. This company does ecommerce "right"!
Well Done Campmor!!!
Chris the outdoorsman at Campmor on 2/17/14
I wear this jacket for watching my kids sports in wind & drizzle, stayed warm and dry. Can't wait for winter.
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