Columbia Mighty Lite III Vest

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The Columbia Mighty Lite III vest provides lightweight, packable warmth with a feminine look for any adventure. An Omni-Heat(TM) reflective lining further enhances your warmth.

- REI

Designed with elegant geometric baffling, the Mighty Lite(TM) III Vest delivers feminine styling with Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining for a stunning look that keeps you toasty when the temps plummet. Omni-Shield Shell: 100% polyester windowpane Triple ripstop. Omni-heat lining: 100% polyester thermal reflective. Omni-Heat insulation: 50% polyester, 50% recycled polyester OH, 80g. Interior security pocket. Zip-closed pockets. Omni-Shield(TM) water and stain repellent. Center back length: 25 in.. Imported.

- EMS

The Mighty Lite III vest features a drawcord-adjustable hem for an even more customized, active fit. Its perfect worn alone on cool days or as a midlayer when conditions turn cold. Omni-Heat thermal reflectivity and insulation turn back your body heat, keeping it trapped inside the vest for additional warmth without weight or bulk. Go about your day through rain, snow or sleet, thanks to Omni-Shield advanced repellency. Full zip with abrasion-resistant chin guard to keep you protected. Zip-close security pockets. 100% polyester. Imported. Sizes: S-3X. Center back length: 25. Color: Black. Size: Medium. Color: Mineshaft. Gender: Female. Age Group: Adult. Material: Polyester.

- Cabela's

Technology: OMNI-HEAT® Thermal ReflectiveMake Your Own HeatOMNI-HEAT® Thermal InsulatedStay Insulated Against the ColdOMNI-SHIELD®Resist Rain and Stains Construction:

- Columbia

With the sheer versatility of the Columbia Women's Mighty lite III Vest, you'll find yourself reaching for it AT LEAST 239 days a year. That's because it's tough enough to be an outer layer and bulk-less enough to be a midlayer: warm enough for skiing and stylish enough to hit the town. Omni-Shield keeps the weather out and Omni-Heat keeps the warmth in. With all those Omnis, how could it not be comfortable'

- Backcountry.com