Jacket is resistant to water and features a hood and zip closure. Many color options available. Super light but with synthetic down insulation. Thumbholes to partially cover hands. Thermal reflective. Two hand pockets plus interior pocket.
This jacket may run small. Some users didn't think it was warm enough.
Includes a hood to keep your hair dry in wet weather. Thin material makes it compress well for travel. Jacket stands up to daily use. Does a great job of keeping you dry with adjustable wrist closures and a zipper protector.
Material makes a crunching sound. May feel tight for those who are smaller on top and wider at the hips.
Soft, medium-weight fabric makes this a pleasure to wear. Layers over and under other clothes well. Sturdy construction. Includes large zippered pockets that keep your belongings safe when you don’t want to bring a purse.
Those with a smaller chest may find it baggy on top. Some colors aren’t as they seem on the computer monitor.
A long jacket that hangs several inches below the hip. Features a hood and 2 zip-up hand pockets. Material will keep heat in but wicks away moisture. Includes thumbholes for warmth and resists water well.
Jacket may run small for some users. Some found the zipper didn't work well.
Jacket reaches several inches past hips and is equipped with a few pockets and a sherpa-lined hood for comfort and warmth. Zips closed, and zipper reaches the top of neck to protect from cold. Resists moisture and is lined with thermal reflective and synthetic down material.
Sizing can run small, some issues with zipper. Sleeves don't keep arms very warm.
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When it comes to warm winter jackets, there are few better brands than Columbia. They’ve been around for more than 80 years and make jackets for all types of activities – skiing, rain gear, and just good snow jackets. Many of them are puffy jackets that are great for insulation and layering. When buying a Columbia jacket, you’ll want to consider what you’re using it for, what temperature you’ll be at, and whether or not you’ll want to layer on or below your jacket.
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