Columbia Heat 360 II 1/2 Zip

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Donand#39;t let the cold stop you from doing what you need to get done. Head out in Columbia Sportswearand#39;s Omni-Heat 360 II jacket. Made of cozy fleece with stretchy side insets, this jacket has the Omni-Heatand#174; thermal reflective system that reflects and retains body heat for an average of 20% more warmth -- so whatand#39;s your excuse now? Available Colors: BOULDER, DARK BACKCOUNTRY. Sizes: S, L, XL, M.

- Sierra Trading Post

Featuring Omni-Heat technology, the Columbia Men's Heat 360 II 1/2-Zip Top is versatile layering piece that's designed to trap in body heat without feeling overly constrictive or stifling.


Ideal for staying warm during cold weather activities, the Heat 360 has a thermal reflective lining that reflects and retains your body heat; stretch panels along the side and under the arms enhance mobility and increase breathability. Technology : OMNI-HEAT Thermal Reflective Make Your Own Heat Construction : Omni-Heat Thermal Reflective breathable material regulates your temperature with silver dots that reflect and retain body heat 4-way comfort stretch Hybrid stretch and breathability Center back length: 28.5" Imported Fabric : Omni-Heat main body: 93% polyester/7% elastane 230g Heat microfleece Side Panels: 92% polyester/8% elastane 280g Heat Thermo Stretch

- Columbia

Columbia Heat 360 II 1/2 Zip

previously retailed for:
$44.98 - $90.00

The Columbia Heat 360 II 1/2 Zip is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 11, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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