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The waterproof and breathable Tech Attack is a versatile shell with Columbia's most advanced wicking technology to pull moisture away from your skin at record speed, so you stay dry, fresh, and comfortable.

- EMS refers to the men's version

Fully seam-sealed and waterproof-breathable, this versatile shell features our most advanced wicking technology to pull moisture away from your skin at record speed, so you stay dry, fresh, and comfortable. Understated styling is sporty but sleek, with subtle monochromatic color-blocking. The 2.5 layer shell simultaneously locks weather out while allowing your own heat to escape - strategic venting aids the process. Details include and interior zip-closed security pocket, waterproof zippers and a drawcord adjustable hem. FEATURES: Fabric: 100% 2.5L nylon Trail Tech rip, Omni-Tech waterproof/breathable fully seam sealed, Omni-Wick EVAP advanced evaporation, Attached, adjustable hood, Vented, Drawcord adjustable hem, Waterproof zipper, Pockets feature Invizzip, Interior security pocket, Internal key clip, Abrasion resistant chin guard, Center back length: 29", Imported,

- Columbia refers to the men's version

CLOSEOUTS . When you want to battle back wet weather, Columbia Sportswear's Tech Attack Shell jacket is your armor of choice. This durable ripstop layer is equipped with body-mapped Omni-Wickand#174; EVAP for rapid moisture transfer. Available Colors: ABYSS, RED VELVET, BLACK, DEEP WOODS. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

From a wet day hike in spring showers to a weekend backpacking trip where you'll want to be prepared for afternoon thunderstorms, the Men's Columbia Tech Attack Shell will help you enjoy what Mother Nature has in store. This lightweight rain jacket is constructed from Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable nylon. It's fully seam-sealed to protect you from rain showers, while the Omni-Wick EVAP advanced evaporation and strategic armpit venting keep you cool and dry on the inside. An abrasion resistant chin guard prevents sensitive skin from rubbing against the waterproof front zipper and the attached adjustable hood lets you stay in attack position without the wind and rain slowing you down. Designed for town-ready style as well as all-weather performance, the Columbia Men's Tech Attack Shell is a packable jacket you'll bring with you for a rainy walk home after a movie in town or a weekend camping trip in the mountains.

- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version

The Columbia Sportswear Women's Tech Attack Shell offers the unbeatable protection of Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable fully seam-sealed construction coupled with super advanced Omni-Wick EVAP evaporation to keep you dry and comfortable from the inside out - all this at a price that will blow your storm hood off. Armpit venting allows you to customize your personal cooling system, and the abrasion-resistant chin guard protects sensitive skin from unwanted interaction with zippers. A draw cord hem, waterproof zippers, and adjustable hood create a solid barrier between you and the elements, while an interior security pocket and internal key clip ensure that your valuables are locked down.Constructed of 100% 2.5L nylon Trail Tech rip fabric.Omni-Tech waterproof/breathable fully seam sealed.Omni-Wick EVAP advanced evaporation wicks moisture, breathes, and is quick drying.Attached, adjustable hood.Vented for air circulation.Drawcord adjustable hem.Waterproof zipper.Pockets feature Invizzip. Interior security pocket.Internal key clip.Avg. length: 26 in. Import.

- Campmor refers to the men's version

Columbia Tech Attack Shell

previously retailed for:
$49.98 - $151.99

The Columbia Tech Attack Shell is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 29, 2015 at Backcountry.com.

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