Columbia Backpaddle II Jacket


Fabric 100% Nylon Villi Twill, 55% Rubber / 40% Polyester / 5% Elastane
Center Back Length 31 in

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Backpaddle II Jacket page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Now updated with Omni-Heat to keep you toasty amidst icy snowmelt, the Backpaddle Jacket is built for fording the epic rapids that come with spring runoff. Both Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable and fully seam sealed, this water-fighting armor will keep you safe from arctic splashing and overspray. The Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining traps and reflects your body heat to keep your core warm. Waterproof neoprene cuff and collar gusseting provides added reinforcements against the chill. The neoprene exterior is cozy and comfortable, while the polyester mesh lining dries quickly and glides easily over underlayers. A slightly extended rear lower hem provides crucial coverage where it counts. FEATURES: Fabric: 100% nylon Villi Twill, 55% rubber/ 40% polyester/5% elastane, Omni-Heat thermal reflective, Omni-Tech waterproof breathable and fully seam sealed, Gripper elastic at hem, Watertight comfort cuffs with drain hole, Waterproof gusseted opening at collar and hem, Drop tail, Zip-closed security pocket, Center back length: 31”, Imported,

- Columbia

The folks at Columbia have come up with a new way to put their remarkably effective Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining to work, this time in the Men's Backpaddle II Jacket. Between this and the jacket's Omni-Tech waterproof breathable technology, the Backpaddle II will keep you warm and dry, whether you're paddling through epic rapids or sailing through rough northern seas.


Columbia Backpaddle II Jacket


The Columbia Backpaddle II Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 17, 2012 at Columbia.

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