Columbia Coup Sweater Fleece Full Zip


Shell Fabric 100% Polyester Fleece
Lining Fabric 100% Polyester Tricot

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Coup Sweater Fleece Full Zip page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A coup for women who run cold; this cute sweater has the heart of a burly winter jacket. On the outside it looks like another adorable full zip sweater, but inside our new Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology actually reflects and retains your own body heat with tiny, shiny, miracle working “dots”. (We know, it sounds like rocket science. It kind of is.) The bottom line? A level of warmth that was previously unattainable. And it’s as smart as it is cute, so it knows when you’re getting overheated and intelligently adjusts to release heat and keep you comfortable. The result is lightweight thermo-regulated warmth that doesn’t add a bit of bulk, so you look cute and cozy instead of imitating a stay-puff marshmallow. Streamlined styling with slimming seams and slightly marled pattern add visual interest. Zip-closed security pockets lock-down valuables. The exterior is treated with Omni-Shield advanced repellency, so it sheds light rain or snow to keep you dry in the event of meteorological mishaps. FEATURES: Fabric: Shell: 100% polyester fleece Lining: 100% polyester tricot, Omni-Heat thermal reflective, Omni-Shield advanced repellency, Zip-closed security pockets, Center back length: 26”, Imported,

- Columbia

Columbia Coup Sweater Fleece Full Zip


The Columbia Coup Sweater Fleece Full Zip is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 14, 2012 at Columbia.

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