Tested Tough In Pink Benton Springs Jacket - Women's by Columbia
Whether you're on a morning hike, sitting around a campfire, or running errands around town, the Columbia Tested Tough In Pink Benton Springs Jacket is designed to keep you warm, comfortable, and stylish. Its soft fleece offers warmth when the temperatures start to dip as the seasons change. When you're on the trail, the zippered hand pockets hold your snacks and phone. As you sit around the campfire, the interior drawcord helps contain your body heat to keep you warm as the sun sinks behind the horizon. This jacket is a limited style from Columbia's collection that is branded with the pink breast cancer awareness ribbon. Each garment sold raises $1. 00 for the National Breast Cancer Foundation.
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