Breezy and rainy days deserve the parka-length resistance of the Columbia Firwood. The knee-length Firwood keeps your thighs from becoming saturated with moisture, and the Omni-TECH water-treatment and critically seam-sealed exterior ensure the rain stays on the outside. On the inside, Microtemp XF II warms on the coldest days, and the roomy feel of the Firwood allows for your favorite sweater underneath for added warmth and comfort. A removable hood can come off as the sun begins to shine, but can also cinch down to protect further during blustery wintery weather.
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Columbia Firwood Parka - Women's
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