Columbia Mainstreeter Jacket

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . From rainy street to rainy street, Columbia Sportswear's Mainstreeter jacket is right at home in soggy city weather with its moisture-shedding polyester shell and ultra-breathable design to expel excess body heat. Available Colors: MAJOR PLAID, AUTUMN ORANGE. Sizes: M, L, XL, 2XL, S.

- Sierra Trading Post

A solid value, the Columbia Mainstreeter jacket is a great everyday choice that gives you clean styling and dependable protection from inclement weather. Durable nylon shell with OmniShield(R) resists stains and light rain. Drawstring hood stows away neatly in zip compartment. Front pockets; chest zip pocket. The Columbia Mainstreeter jacket has adjustable cuffs and back vent. Closeout.

- REI

With its sleek shape and clean lines, you'd never guess that the Mainstreeter has six pockets - that's because they're deftly integrated into the design so you can stash your stuff without looking bulky. Other thoughtful features include a stow-away hood, back venting, adjustable seams and media pocket. Super lightweight nylon packs down small and fully-bound seams combine with Omni-Shield advanced repellency for an exterior that sheds stains and light rain. The large plaid in understated hues adds punch to any wardrobe while staple colors like black and navy provide a more conservative alternative. FEATURES: Fabric: Shell: 100% nylon Lining: 87% nylon/13% elastane, Omni-Shield advanced repellency, Stow-away hood, Back vent, Adjustable cuffs, Media pocket, Fully bound seams, Packable, Imported,

- Columbia

Columbia Mainstreeter Jacket

previously retailed for:
$39.11 - $99.90

The Columbia Mainstreeter Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 11, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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