Columbia Northern Reach Sherpa Full-Zip Jacket - Women's

Columbia Northern Reach Sherpa Full-Zip Jacket - Women's
Columbia Northern Reach Sherpa Full-Zip Jacket - Women's
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Northern Reach Sherpa Full-Zip Jacket - Women's by Columbia
A true go-anywhere fleece midlayer is crucial to the outdoor lifestyle thanks to the cozy feel and insulating warmth properties. Columbia's Northern Reach Sherpa Jacket's Omni-Heat lining provides optimal warmth without the weight and bulk, and it's comfortably breathable and quick-drying. It has elasticated cuffs to help seal out cold weather and wind on especially cold days. The zippered hand pockets let you quickly heat up your fingers, and also provide a place to store snacks and essentials. The high collar and full-zipper closure make layering easier than ever, whether you're out for a brisk autumn walk or bundling for an outdoor winter event.

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