Columbia Men’s Evapouration Jacket, Cypress, Medium

January 30, 2017 - Comment

This award-winning men’s rain jacket features a rich woven fabric and clean, versatile styling that easily navigates from city to wilderness, with a performance blend of waterproof breathability and accelerated wicking technology to keep you dry and comfortable on both the exterior and interior. The EvaPOURation’s underarm vents deliver adjustable breathability, and it packs down

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This award-winning men’s rain jacket features a rich woven fabric and clean, versatile styling that easily navigates from city to wilderness, with a performance blend of waterproof breathability and accelerated wicking technology to keep you dry and comfortable on both the exterior and interior. The EvaPOURation’s underarm vents deliver adjustable breathability, and it packs down into its own pocket for easy stowing.

Product Features

  • Omni-Tech waterproof/breathable fully seam sealed
  • Omni-Wick EVAP advanced evaporation
  • Attached, adjustable storm hood

Comments

jimmy edgeworth says:

the adjustability of the hood was better than most I’ve tried and once adjusted allowed an … When I purchase gear, rain gear or otherwise, I intend to use it to its limits. As a bike commuter in the Pacific Northwest I deal with rain a LOT. This jacket fit very well, had ample pit venting, was solidly constructed and had smooth zippers. Also, the adjustability of the hood was better than most I’ve tried and once adjusted allowed an exceptional field of view no matter which way I moved my head, which is awesome. However, I found it to be neither waterproof nor breathable. It started…

Elig616 says:

Truly waterproof and functional. I’m really excited about this purchase. I wanted something minimal, breathable and waterproof, and this is it. True to size, used size chart to determine I’m XLT (6’2 270lbs). It’s basically one layer of fabric, in my case black outside and the Omni Tech pattern inside. Closures at the hood are only pull in either direction. The strings are through a little tunnel that constricts them and holds them in place. Drawstrings around the waist have that pushy thing to release and tighten. Also Velcro…

Munkee says:

Does NOT Breathe Good jacket for keeping the rain off if AND ONLY IF you are doing no physical activity. It just DOESNT breathe. If you are doing anything more than just standing still, you end up just as wet as if you had been in the rain without a jacket on. Very frustrating to come in from the rain and be soaking wet from condensation from your body heat.

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