Columbia Trail Drier Windbreaker Jacket - Women's

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CLOSEOUTS . Great for morning jogs when thereand#39;s a nip in the air, Columbia Sportswearand#39;s Trail Drier windbreaker jacket repels light rain, disperses moisture away from your skin, and packs into its own breast pocket for effortless storage on the go. Available Colors: VELVET MORNING, BLACK, SOFT METAL, WHITE/PINK, GROOVY PINK, TIPPET, WHITE/GREY. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, XS.

- Sierra Trading Post

Women's Trail Drier Windbreaker Jacket - Extended Size

- Columbia

Ultra-lightweight and just a tad translucent, this packable windbreaker features Omni-Wick EVAP technology to actively pull sweat away from the body so you stay comfortable and protected during aerobic activities in windy conditions.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

It's hard to believe this sleek, ultralight, semi-translucent Columbia Women's Trail Drier Windbreaker Jacket stands tough against wind, rain, stains, and abrasion. Its high-tech EVAP construction wicks away sweat and disperses it for accelerated evaporation to keep you optimally dry and comfortable. Omni-Shield advanced repellency fights rain and stains for weather protection and enduring good looks. Pack it into its own chest pocket for the ultimate in on-the-go performance.


Columbia Women's Trail Drier Windbreaker Jacket

previously retailed for:
$49.47 - $100.00

The Columbia Women's Trail Drier Windbreaker Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 25, 2015 at Columbia.

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