Columbia Melting Point Parka

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Your dog is giving you those eyes again. She wants a walk, and she could care less that the skies are dumping. When duty calls in less-than-fair conditions, the Melting Point Parka has your back. Constructed of a beautiful dobby fabric with Omni-Dry ultra-breathable waterproof technology, it’s ready for whatever the forecast delivers. Inside, Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology provides the ultimate in lightweight body heat retention and 20% more warmth than ordinary liners. Motocross-inspired liner features a high-pile fleece collar for added cozy comfort when the temperature dips. Should you find yourself on the mountain (and we hope you do), a removable snap-back powder skirt and goggle pockets will come in handy, as will the articulated elbows and drawcord adjustable hem. FEATURES: Fabric: Shell: 100% nylon dobby. Lining: 100% polyester prima DP taffeta. Liner: 100% Tactel nylon Fine Rip DP ripstop. Lining: 100% polyester Thermal Reflective, 100% polyester Yummy pile fleece. Insulation: 50% polyester/50% recycled polyester OH, 100g, Omni-Heat thermal reflective and insulated liner, Omni-Dry ultra-breathable waterproof fully seam sealed, 3-Point Interchange System, Removable, adjustable storm hood, Drawcord adjustable hem, Underarm venting, Interior security pocket, Removable snap-back powder skirt, Zip-closed security pockets, Goggle pockets, Comfort cuffs on liner, Articulated elbows, Adjustable cuffs, Abrasion-resistant chin guard, Center back length: 27”, Imported, - Columbia


Shell Fabric 100% Nylon Dobby (Shell), 100% Polyester Prima DP Taffeta (Lining)
Liner Fabric 100% Tactel Nylon Fine Rip DP Ripstop (Shell), 100% Polyester Thermal Reflective, 100% Polyester Yummy Pile Fleece (Lining)
Insulation 50% Polyester / 50% Recycled Polyester OH, 100g
Center Back Length 27 in

Columbia Women's Melting Point Parka


The Columbia Women's Melting Point Parka is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 2, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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