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Columbia Whirlibird Interchange Jacket

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With three jackets in one, the Columbia Women's Whirlibird Interchange Jacket has a removable liner so you get the right amount of warmth and protection every wintery day. Its shell features an Omni-Tech waterproof breathable membrane and waterproof zippers that keep you dry in rainstorms and ski sessions alike. The shell has vents under the arm so you can cool off from your intense runs. A powder skirt keeps snow off your back when you sit down to strap on a snowboard, and you can snap it back if shredding isn't on your day's to-do list. An adjustable storm hood cinches down during blustery blizzards, or you can remove it if it's a bluebird day. The removable liner has an Omni-Shield coating to resist light flurries and stains when weather isn't a concern but messy meals might be. It's Omni-Heat Thermal Reflective lining mirrors your own body heat back to you, and it has Omni-Heat insulation that boosts your body temps whether you're wearing the liner with the shell on the chairlift or wearing it alone around town. The liner's cuffs are very comfortable around your wrists, and they have thumbholes to keep your sleeves in place.

- Backcountry.com