Columbia Boundary Bay Hybrid Jacket - Women's

Columbia Boundary Bay Hybrid Jacket - Women's
Columbia Boundary Bay Hybrid Jacket - Women's
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Boundary Bay Hybrid Jacket - Women's by Columbia
On cold winter mornings when venturing out of the house is inevitable, slipping on the Boundary Bay Hybrid Jacket will make that first step out the door a far less daunting task. The Omni-Tech waterproof shell with sealed critical seams keeps the rain and snow at bay when braving the elements on the exposed sidewalks. If the bus is late, Thermarator insulation provides reliable warmth in chilly temps, while the drawcord and hood are easily cinched up to keep all that heat in until the bus finally arrives. For added comfort, ribbed cuffs also help keep heat from escaping for a toasty-warm winter morning.

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