- Women's knee-length down puffer coat ideal for casual everyday winter wear commuting to work or to the store
- Moisture-resistant Down Defender treatment on 700 fill power down keeps you warm in wet conditions
- Zip-off hood with removable synthetic fur ruff for a customizable look
- Microfleece-lined zip handwarmer pocket and internal cuffs increase comfort
- Internal zippered pocket keeps personal items close, while interior drop pocket offers more storage space
- Center back length - 33 inches. Handy pockets
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The way the coat is lined is great. The cuffs are a regular fleece, but the body has a fuzzier/minky cozy fleece. The collar is soft and the pocket lining is kind of micro-fleece-ish, but doesn't catch on dry skin (YAY!). The collar is not too tall, so you can zip it up all the way as needed without feeling like you're wearing some sort of medical brace. The hood is fairly fitted, which is good in my opinion because it will stay put in windy weather. The faux fur isn't the best I've seen but it's not the worst, and you can remove it if you want. On the inside, there's a deep slip pocket at the left chest (i.e., open w/o zipper) and a zip pocket at the right chest. Another little feature that I love is the front main zipper stops about an inch above the hem, which means the bottom zipper pull doesn't extend beyond the hemline of the coat. That always annoys me, so I was pleasantly surprised by this thoughtful design feature. The fabric is not so thin that it feels certain to rip/pull, but it is quite lightweight; it's matte and doesn't rustle loudly as you move. I tried the Marmot Strollbridge coat as well, which I liked for some superficial design features like the baffling and the magnetic placket that covers the zipper, but it didn't work as well overall and the color was a little too off-black.
FYI, even though the photos don't accurately reflect this, the difference between "Black" and "Jet Black" on the Montreal coat is that "Black" has contrasting medium-grey stitching for the Marmot logo, while the "Jet Black" has what I consider to be nicer, much less obvious black stitching (as seen in the image).
I'd highly recommend this as a very warm mid-thigh coat that's light as far as literal weight in pounds/ounces goes. I would recommend ordering a size up from your regular size, and regardless of what that is, I don't think this is the right choice for someone who is particularly busty or has proportionately larger arms.