Columbia Tech Attack Shell - Women's

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Attack the wide-open spaces in your local region or explore the entire globe with the true balance of protection and breathability in the Columbia Women's Tech Attack Jacket.


The unbeatable protection of Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable fully seam-sealed construction coupled with super advanced 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 chinguard protects sensitive skin from unwanted interaction with zippers. A drawcord 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. FEATURES: Fabric: Shell: 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, Pocket features Invizzip, Interior security pocket, Internal key clip, Abrasion resistant chin guard, Center back length: 26", Imported,

- Columbia

CLOSEOUTS . Invincible waterproof protection and aggressive wicking technology make Columbia Sportswear's Tech Attack shell jacket perfect in strong winds or driving rain. Very flattering two-tone design accentuates curves. Available Colors: MIRAGE, EMERALD, EBONY BLUE, BLACK. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Waterproof, breathable and fully seam sealed, the Columbia Tech Attack shell keeps you dry and comfortable in rainy weather. Lightweight ripstop nylon shell with a 2.5-layer Omni-Tech(R) coating prevents wind and rain from creeping in. Omni-Tech coatings also breathes to alleviate moisture build-up. Omni-Dry(R) EVAP fabric treatment pulls moisture away quickly and speeds drying. 2-way front zipper and adjustable storm hood; chin guard protects sensitive skin. 2-way underarm zippers allow quick venting. Water-resistant zippers help keep Columbia Tech Attack shell light and packable by eliminating the need for heavy, bulky stormflaps. Adjustable cuffs and drawcord hem. Hand pockets have hidden zippers; includes zip chest pocket, interior security pocket and internal key clip.


When the weather is trying to put a damper on your adventures, the Women's Columbia Tech Attack Shell will help you enjoy what Mother Nature has in store. Lightweight, packable and priced way lower than it deserves, this rain jacket is the perfect piece to bring along on any day hike, backpacking trip or walk into town to catch a movie on a soggy weekend. The Omni-Tech shell fabric is waterproof and breathable and the fully seam-sealed construction protects you from rain showers. If you're faced with a sweaty uphill climb in a storm, this Columbia jacket has Omni-Wick EVAP advanced evaporation technology that helps disperse and transport moisture to the exterior of the shell where it can escape. Strategic armpit venting adds another method to keep you cool and dry and an abrasion resistant chin guard prevents sensitive skin from rubbing against the waterproof zipper. With an attached adjustable hood, the Columbia Women's Tech Attack Shell helps you stay in attack position without the wind and rain slowing you down.

- Altrec Outlet

Columbia Women's Tech Attack Shell

previously retailed for:
$75.98 - $126.95

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

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