Columbia Men’s Glennaker Lake Packable Rain Jacket, Black/Grill, Small

September 25, 2014 - Comment

Be prepared for bad weather with Columbia’s glennaker lake rain jacket designed in water-resistant hydro plus nylon. This packable jacket features Columbia’s patented Omni-shield technology and an adjustable storm hood. Product Features Omni-shield advanced repellency Stow-away hood Zip-closed pockets Drawcord adjustable hem Packable into hand pocket

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Be prepared for bad weather with Columbia’s glennaker lake rain jacket designed in water-resistant hydro plus nylon. This packable jacket features Columbia’s patented Omni-shield technology and an adjustable storm hood.

Product Features

  • Omni-shield advanced repellency
  • Stow-away hood
  • Zip-closed pockets
  • Drawcord adjustable hem
  • Packable into hand pocket

Comments

BigD says:

Nice jacket, but not water “resistant” enough for direct rain/snow exposure I like Columbia outer-wear, and bought this jacket to wear outside while it’s raining or snowing (paired with a fleece/sweater underneath when temps are cooler). It’s light weight, and makes for a nice wind breaker in warmer weather. If you’re going to use an umbrella or quickly go in-out of the rain, the jacket will do. But I would not recommend it as an outer covering if you’re going to be outside for a long time in even a slight drizzle. The product description says water “resistant” (not…

Joanna Daneman says:

Great jacket for light warmth and rain Got this as a gift for a friend and it turns out to be one of those jackets you just grab and wear all the time.Unfortunately, it is hard to choose the color here because the colors have those creative names that don’t relate to anything you could guess, so I will list what they are here because I had to research them anyway.1. Red Velvet is a deep almost burgundy red, kind of a cranberry.2. Antique Moss (my fave) is a bright, yellowish green (very visible)3…

I'd Rather Be Outdoors says:

Stupid mesh pockets 0

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