Columbia Catacomb Crest Parka - Men's

Columbia Catacomb Crest Parka - Men's
Columbia Catacomb Crest Parka - Men's
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Catacomb Crest Parka - Men's by Columbia
Sometimes, the best adventures happen during the worst weather, and that's why Columbia designed the Men's Catacomb Crest Parka. Built with innovative OutDry Extreme technology, this jacket turns the waterproof breathable jacket inside out by placing the fully taped, abrasion-resistant membrane on the outside and lining the jacket with a wicking textile that enables more breathability and next-to-skin comfort. The Catacomb parka is filled with high-loft down, which traps heat for lightweight warmth. Columbia equipped the Catacomb Crest Parka with a number of ski-specific features to maximize your time on the slopes. A helmet-compatible hood features peripheral adjustability for optimal visibility. Underarm vents help regulate temperature during strenuous runs. An adjustable snap-back powder skirt seals out snow on deep days to keep you dry and comfortable. A variety of pockets, including ski pass and goggle-specific pockets, keep essentials in their place for easy access.

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SKU: COL01C2
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