Here's a little secret about the Columbia PNW Norwester Anorak--you don't actually have to be from the Northwest to wear it. Whether you're hunkering down for a cold Boston winter or stoking the fire in your Colorado cabin, you'll love its town-to-trail style and performance. It's got a water-resistant shell to keep you dry when moderate snows or light winter mixes swoop through, and it's filled with synthetic insulation giving you toasty warmth when you're walking around the big city or hitting the trail on a chilly winter morning. Adding to this heat is Columbia's Omni-Heat reflective thermal lining. This innovative liner uses a metallic dot pattern to reflect a portion of your body heat, and lets the rest escape thanks to a breathable fabric, keeping you comfortably warm in cold weather. Its pullover design still offers easy access with a deep chest zipper and side-zip entry system for a quick on/off. Rounding it out, you've got an adjustable hood and hem to seal out the cold, and easy pocket storage for everyday items or outdoor gear.
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Columbia PNW Norwester Anorak - Men's
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