Columbia Evapouration Jacket - Men's

Columbia Evapouration Jacket - Men's
Columbia Evapouration Jacket - Men's
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Evapouration Jacket - Men's by Columbia
We've all been there--the sun is shining, the temperature is perfect, and if it weren't for those few clouds on the ridge you wouldn't have a care in the world. If you've learned your lesson from this scenario, you'll pick up the Columbia Men's Evapouration Jacket because shortly after this it's going to rain, and you're going to be stuck in the rain. This Columbia jacket utilizes Columbia's Omni-tech waterproof shell with fully taped seams to keep you dry, but you can still keep your heart rate up because this rain jacket features Omni-wick evap lining, designed to disperse your body's moisture for easy evaporation. And with a design that easily packs into one of its hand pockets, this jacket easily fits into your day pack or backpacking pack so you'll be ready for when that cloud on the ridge turns into the storm over your head.

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SKU: COL00CK
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