Columbia Pike Lake Hooded Jacket - Men's

Columbia Pike Lake Hooded Jacket - Men's
Columbia Pike Lake Hooded Jacket - Men's
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Pike Lake Hooded Jacket - Men's by Columbia
Get out and enjoy the freshly fallen snow in the Columbia Pike Lake Hooded Jacket. It's got the winter warmth, weather-resistant protection, and casual everyday style that you'll love on snowy morning walks. The adjustable storm hood gives you adaptable protection, changing with the weather, while the synthetic insulation and Omni-Heat Reflective thermal lining balance breathability and heat-reflecting technology to give you toasty comfort on chilly days. The water-resistant shell beads off moisture from falling snow and light wintry mixes, so you can give yourself some insurance when you're far from home. If you do get caught out in the storm, the synthetic insulation will keep doing its job even if it starts to soak.

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SKU: COL03AU
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