Columbia Ridgestone Insulated Jacket - Men's

Columbia Ridgestone Insulated Jacket - Men's
Columbia Ridgestone Insulated Jacket - Men's
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Ridgestone Insulated Jacket - Men's by Columbia
You'd never thought you'd call a winter jacket handsome until you laid your eyes on the Columbia Men's Ridgestone Insulated Jacket. Whether you're on the hill or walking around town, the tough polyester nylon blend shell fabric has a DWR-finish to shed precipitation through passing storms for a soggy-free fit and feel. Insulated with toasty, 150g polyester Omni-Heat synthetic insulation, the Ridgestone delivers lightweight warmth by ensuring the warm air stays in and the cold air stays out, making those frigid lift rides just a bit more bearable. And just because it's winter doesn't mean the sun won't burn you, so Columbia equipped this jacket with Omni-Shade UPF30 sun protection to help keep you safe from harmful UV-rays on those bluebird days. The drop tail keeps your butt dry when you take a breather mid-run, and the adjustable cuff tabs close over your gloves to help seal out bitingly cold winds.

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