Columbia Men’s Big & Tall Glennaker Lake Packable Rain Jacket,Super Blue/Marine Blue,3X

March 10, 2017 - 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 Stow-away hood Zippered hand pockets Adjustable sleeve cuffs Draw cord adjustable hem. Packable into hand pocket

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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
  • Stow-away hood
  • Zippered hand pockets
  • Adjustable sleeve cuffs
  • Draw cord adjustable hem. Packable into hand pocket

Comments

Discworldfan says:

Tested, failed. Had to redo this review after wearing the jacket a few times.Simply put, the jacket needs to be re advertised as a weight loss device.The heat builds up very quickly in this thing and sweat builds up in such copious amounts that my underwear – yes my underwear was soaked.I’ll put it away for z-day or maybe for visiting distant asteroids, but otherwise, no can wear.

Thomas S says:

Rain Jacket Living in the Northwest and enjoying hiking I need a good rain jacket and for me this jacket delivered. I found the fit to be very comfortable. The sleeve length and torso length were great since it is hard for me to find a good length due to being long waisted. The jacket has held up well in the rain and wind the past few days. I also found that the rain jacket kept me relatively warmer than I expected. The rain jacket I received didn’t not have a strange smell like a pervious reviewer had…

Jennifer says:

I am pleased with the waterproofing on this jacket As a USPS employee, I sometimes fill in for our city carriers who walk around town to deliver the mail. Lately, more often than not, I have been stuck doing it on a rainy day. The first rain jacket I bought was NOT suitible for wear in any sort of precipitation for very long – by the time I finished the first leg of the route, I was soaked. The second one I purchased for the cost of an arm and a leg from a big sports store and it was sized WAY too small. So I decided to give this one a try…

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