Columbia Trail Fire Windbreaker Jacket

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Ever wish your windbreaker had just a little more warmth without sacrificing the super lightweight packable airiness that you love about it? Voila! Omni-Heat thermal reflective delivers. The silver dot lining works like a space blanket, reflecting and retaining your own body heat so you stay toasty without bulky insulation layers. Even better? Thermal reflective technology is smart, so it realizes when you're getting too warm and allows heat to escape through the tiny black spaces between dots. In addition to warmth, the Trail Fire repels stains and light drizzles, features zip-closed pockets and has a drawcord adjustable hem so you can lock out the elements. Stash valuables in the zippered chest pocket. FEATURES: Fabric: 100% nylon Heat rip, Omni-Heat thermal reflective, Omni-Shield advanced repellency , Ultralight, Drawcord adjustable hem, Zip-closed pockets, Zippered chest pocket, Abrasion resistant chin guard, Center back length: 25.5", Imported,

- Columbia

When warmth and wind protection come together, the Women's Columbia Trail Fire Windbreaker Jacket is born. This ultra lightweight packable windbreaker keeps wind at bay and works hard to keep you warm. The Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology has a silver dot lining that reflects and retains your own body heat to keep you warm without the bulk, while tiny black spaces between the dots allow heat to escape when your body needs to cool down.

- Altrec Outlet

With a heat-reflecting liner and water-, wind-, and stain-resistant treatment, the Columbia Trail Fire Windbreaker Jacket offers trail-savvy ladies an ultralight yet protective shield against foul weather.

- Backcountry.com

Columbia Women's Trail Fire Windbreaker Jacket

previously retailed for:
$71.99 - $90.00

The Columbia Women's Trail Fire Windbreaker Jacket is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 2, 2013 at Columbia.

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