Columbia Tested Tough In Pink II Rain Jacket - Women's

Columbia Tested Tough In Pink II Rain Jacket - Women's
Columbia Tested Tough In Pink II Rain Jacket - Women's
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Tested Tough In Pink II Rain Jacket - Women's by Columbia
Rainy weather calls for the Columbia Tested Tough In Pink II Rain Jacket. With a waterproof construction complete with fully sealed seams, you can stay dry as you commute to work, watch a sporting event, or tackle a spring day hike. If the rain is really coming down, the adjustable storm hood offers an extra layer of protection. When you're not wearing the jacket, it conveniently packs down into its hand pocket for convenient storage until the clouds gather again. 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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