Columbia Explorer Falls Hooded Down Jacket - Women's

Columbia Explorer Falls Hooded Down Jacket - Women's
Columbia Explorer Falls Hooded Down Jacket - Women's
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Explorer Falls Hooded Down Jacket - Women's by Columbia
The dropping temperatures of a season change shouldn't keep you from going outside. Pull on the Explorer Falls Hooded Down Jacket from Columbia and head out the door. The 700 fill down will keep you nice and toasty as you explore. Down only insulates if it's able to stay dry and retain it's loft, so the face fabric of the hooded jacket is water resistant so a little light moisture won't have you running back inside for warmth. Pull on the scuba hood when the temperatures really start to drop and the binding at the hood and hem will seal in all your precious body heat. The comfort cuffs will also seal in your heat while also preventing pesky gusts from sneaking up your sleeves. A drop tail gives you additional coverage so you don't have any exposed skin when sitting around a campfire. When you've warmed up enough to ditch the whole jacket, it conveniently packs into the interior pocket so you can easily stuff it into your pack until you need it again.

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SKU: COL01Q6
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