Columbia Men’s Big & Tall Glennaker Lake Packable Rain Jacket, Boulder/Black, 3X/Tall

December 19, 2015 - Comment

Classic mountaineering-inspired design lines in a tried-and-true waterproof fabric-this lightweight nylon rain jacket is an everyday favorite thanks to its stylish, efficient, and comfortable take on protecting you from the wind and wet weather Product Features Waterproof fabric, hydroplus nylon Stow-away hood Zip-closed pockets Adjustable sleeve cuffs Draw cord adjustable hem

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(as of April 19, 2020 5:48 pm EDT - Details)

Classic mountaineering-inspired design lines in a tried-and-true waterproof fabric-this lightweight nylon rain jacket is an everyday favorite thanks to its stylish, efficient, and comfortable take on protecting you from the wind and wet weather

Product Features

  • Waterproof fabric, hydroplus nylon
  • Stow-away hood
  • Zip-closed pockets
  • Adjustable sleeve cuffs
  • Draw cord adjustable hem

Comments

J. Strand says:

nice for rain but really odd heat retention issue This past spring I traveled to Scotland & Ireland and since I didn’t have a lightweight rainproof jacket I picked up this item. Of course I just happened to spend 10 days in Scotland & Ireland in May and only experienced one afternoon of light rain so I can only say that it kept me dry during that short spell of rain. 

Doug Y. says:

Columbia Men’s Tall Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket Fits as expected, extremely waterproof, light weight but not as “breathe-able” as I would have hoped. Still a great value.

Robert G Nieman says:

Small price, big annoyances Just as the price should indicate, this is a cheap rain jacket. I’ve had this jacket for a few years now, and it has held up to many storms. There are some nagging issues with it that I really don’t like, however. First, as far as I can tell, this jacket does not breathe at all. On many occasions I’ve gotten soaked in this jacket, and I know that it’s not leaking. My body heat is retained along with all of my sweat. You will not stay dry in this jacket if you’re hiking. Period. Second, I think…

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