Columbia Snow Hottie Parka

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Specs

Shell Fabric 100% Nylon Villi Twill, 54% Nylon / 46% Polyester Big Rip Ripstop (Shell), 100% Polyester Thermal Reflective (Lining)
Liner Fabric 100% Polyester Mint Synthesis DP Ripstop (Shell), 100% Polyester Thermal Reflective (Lining)
Insulation 50% Polyester / 50% Recycled Polyester OH, 80g
Center Back Length 26.5 in

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Face it: it’s difficult to look hot when your core temp is steadily dropping. When looking out the window makes you feel like you’re trapped in a snow globe, the Snow Hottie Parka will inspire you to rally. Our most advanced parka combines the full suite of Omni-Heat technologies: a thermal reflective shell with a thermal reflective and insulated liner that also boasts our Omni-Heat electric heat-on-demand warmth-simply press a button and you’ve got core warmth at three levels, for up to six hours. Fully featured for on-hill performance with underarm venting, a removable, adjustable storm hood and a removable, snap-back powder skirt. FEATURES: Previous season product, Fabric: Shell: 100% nylon Villi Twill, 54% nylon/446% polyester Big Rip ripstop. Lining: 100% polyester thermal reflective. Liner: 100% polyester Mint Synthesis DP ripstop. Lining: 100% polyester Thermal Reflective. Insulation: 50% polyester/50% recycled polyester OH, 80g, Omni-Heat Thermal reflective shell, Omni-Heat electric, thermal reflective and insulated liner, Omni-Tech waterproof/breathable fully seam sealed, Omni-Shield advanced repellency liner, 3-point Zip-in Interchange System, Adjustable cuffs, Drawcord adjustable hem, 2-way zipper, Waterproof zip-closed pockets, Inferno pockets on shell and liner, Interior security pocket, Comfort cuffs with thumb holes on liner, Media and goggle pocket, Abrasion-resistant chin guard, Center back length: 26.5”, Imported,

- Columbia

There is no doubt, the Women's Columbia Snow Hottie Parka brings every weapon in the arsenal to the battle against the elements. If you get cold in this 3-in1 jacket system, you probably don't have a pulse. The shell sets up the first line of defense with its three layer Omni-Tech(R) waterproof breathable fabric, which is fully seam sealed, and features a microporous membrane. The lining is Columbia's proprietary Omni-Heat(R) thermal reflective fabric which boosts heat retention by 20% over traditional linings. The liner, or inner jacket, has an Omni-Shield(R) advanced repellency treatment itself, and then blasts the temperature with its Omni-Heat(R) electric, thermal reflective and insulated elements. Yup, on top of another reflective lining, and synthetic insulation, you also get electric on-demand heat for up to six hours. And we haven't touched upon the other design elements of the jackets, like a removable hood and pit zips (shell), or comfort cuffs with thumbholes (liner). When you need heat, and a slew of features, zip up the Snow Hottie Parka for women from Columbia.

- Altrec Outdoors

A flock of penguins gather to admire your stylish Columbia Women's Snow Hottie Parka. Although fashion may be the last thing on your mind when you're helping man a weather station in Antarctica, there's no reason you can't look good while staying warm in punishingly cold conditions. Columbia threw all the technology at its disposal to make this 3-in-1 jacket one of the warmest you can buy, including its Omni-Heat electric heater system in the liner jacket that delivers core warmth at three different levels for up to six hours. And if you're not pushing the bounds of scientific knowledge at the poles but simply making turns in slope-emptying conditions, the Snow Hottie is fully tricked out with ski-friendly features to ensure that you are set from first chair to last.

- Backcountry.com

Columbia Snow Hottie Parka

MSRP:
$900.00

The Columbia Snow Hottie Parka is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 6, 2013 at Columbia.

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