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CLOSEOUTS . Designed for aerobic activities in inclement weather, Columbia Sportswearand#39;s Triteca Omni-Heatand#174; soft shell jacket combines three sensational technologies to block wind, retain body heat and rapidly move moisture away from skin. Available Colors: SANGUINE. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

When the whether starts punching on the trail, it's time to fight back with the Columbia Sportswear Triteca Softshell. Omni-Wind technology prevents wind from ever penetrating the fleece and chilling your bones, while Omni-Heat technology reflects and retains the body heat you provide to keep you warm. When you start to kick it into the next gear, the Omni-Wick design pulls moisture from the inside and disperses to a larger surface area to help it evaporate quicker and keep you drier. PRODUCT FEATURES: Fabric: 100% polyester 3L Wind Block softshell, 92% nylon / 8% elastane stretch Evap twill Fit: Acitve Omni-Wind Block ultra-breathable windproof Omni-Heat thermal reflective Omni-Wick EVAP advanced evaporation Bonded softshell 2-way comfort stretch Hybrid for stretch and breathability Attached, adjustable hood Vented hand pockets Waterproof zippers Drawcord adjustable hem Zip-closed hand pockets Contoured sleeve cuffs Backpack compatible Abrasion resistant chin guard Drop tail

- Appalachian Outdoors refers to the men's version

Let Mother Nature just try and chase you back inside, you'll log as many miles as you want when you're wearing the Columbia Triteca Softshell Jacket for men. This soft shell jacket uses 3 of Columbia's weather-beating technologies to keep you comfortable in cold, dry conditions: Omni-Wind Block for windproof protection, Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining to conserve body heat, and Omni-Wick EVAP for excellent moisture-wicking and fast-drying capabilities. The side panels, under arm panels and upper back panel are made from nylon fabric with 2-way stretch for easy movement, while the contoured sleeve cuffs, drop tail hemline, and backpack compatible pockets are designed for usability on the trail. The hood provides extra protection and the hand pockets are lined with mesh to help with temperature and moisture control inside. Pick a peak and go for the summit -- the hike to the top may warm you up, but you'll stay warm and dry when it's time to head back down if you're wearing the Columbia Men's Triteca Softshell Jacket.

- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version

Three technologies strategically placed to provide ultimate warmth, comfort and protection during aerobic activities in inclement weather: super-fast wicking technology is utilized at the body’s key hot zones, wind-blocking fabric at points of exposure and Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining around the core for added warmth. Technology: OMNI-WIND BLOCKBreathable Windproof, OMNI-HEAT Thermal ReflectiveMake Your Own Heat, OMNI-WICK EVAPWicking Accelerated, Construction: Omni-Wind Block ultrabreathable windproof, Omni-Heat thermal reflective, Omni-Wick EVAP advanced evaporation, Bonded softshell, 2-way comfort stretch, Hybrid for stretch and breathability, Attached, adjustable storm hood, Vented hand pockets, Waterproof zippers, Drawcord adjustable hem, Zip-closed hand pockets, Contoured sleeve cuffs, Backpack compatible, Abrasion resistant chin guard, Drop tail, Center back length: 29”, Imported, Fabric: MAIN BODY100% polyester 3L Wind Block softshell , SIDE PANEL, UNDER ARM, UPPER BACK92% nylon/8% elastane stretch Evap twill,

- Columbia refers to the men's version

Columbia Triteca Softshell

previously retailed for:
$65.99 - $219.95

The Columbia Triteca Softshell is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 1, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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