Columbia PNW Mount Tabor Fleece Jacket - Womens' - Womens'

Columbia PNW Mount Tabor Fleece Jacket - Womens' - Womens'
Columbia PNW Mount Tabor Fleece Jacket - Womens' - Womens'
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PNW Mount Tabor Fleece Jacket - Womens' - Womens' by Columbia
Looking down on the city of Portland, Mount Tabor is an iconic park with a hike that takes you through tall pine trees, around reservoirs, and through meadows. Columbia designed the Women's Mount Tabor Fleece Jacket with this gorgeous place of recreation in mind, and it is similarly perfect in the shoulder seasons when the air is crisp. The sherpa fleece cuts through the chill in the air, and the microfiber lining feels soft against your skin. The full-zip closure allows you to increase your airflow as you generate heat on the hike up, and the front pockets give you a place to snuggle your hands when the wind starts to bite at the summit.

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