Columbia Surefire Soft Shell Jacket


Fabric 100% Polyester Dotted Double Weave with 96% Nylon / 4% Elastane Summiteerâ„¢ Light Stretch
Center Back Length 25 in

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

With clean lines and a sleek, flattering silhouette, The Columbia Sportswear Women's Surefire Softshell Jacket is the perfect accompaniment to a wide range of outfits and activities to keep you comfy and dry in style. Featuring an exquisite double-weave softshell with stretch properties, this lightweight cover-up has garnered accolades around the world for its delicious texture and fit. Armed with Omni-Shield advanced repellency, you're protected from showers and stains alike. It packs easily without wrinkling, making it a great piece for runway hopping and road tripping. An attached, adjustable storm hood can be flipped up when dark clouds descend, and 3-point Interchange System compatibility means you can layer this piece under a heavier shell for extended stays in severe weather.100% polyester Dotted Double Weave with 96% nylon/4% elastane Summiteer Lite stretch soft shell.Omni-Shield advanced repellency sheds water and repels stains.3-point Interchange System compatibility to layer under a heavier shell if needed.Attached, adjustable storm hood.Drawcord adjustable hem seals out wind.Zip-closed pockets keeps valuables safe.Avg. length: 25".Import.

- Campmor

Columbia Surefire Soft Shell Jacket


The Columbia Surefire Soft Shell Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 11, 2011 at Campmor.

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