Centennial Creek Down Hooded Jacket - Women's by Columbia
Columbia's Centennial Creek Down Hooded Jacket is destined for cold-weather adventure, with a design that functions well during active pursuits, and can handle chilly fall days and fluffy flakes alike. Down insulation acts as a warm-air-trapping barrier between you and low temperatures, while a water-resistant face fabric helps you shed those mid-day flurries you weren't expecting. The active fit layers well if you want to don your hardshell for extra protection, and the entire jacket stuffs down into its own pocket for easy stashing in your pack. Plus, the Centennial Creek is fully lined with Columbia's thermal reflective lining, which uses a pattern of silver reflectors to better retain your valuable body heat when you need it most.
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