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As hot or cool as you want to be.
Rocking a retro style that might seem borrowed from your dad's time patrolling in the 1980s, the Columbia Men's Horizons Pine Interchange Jacket is a 3-in-1 that can be worn coupled or broken down into its finer components for specific layering needs. The internal synthetic down jacket contains Omni-Heat thermal insulation that's super warm and cozy around town to grab beers and pizza after hitting the mountain all day. And the retro-inspired Omni-Tech shell is fully waterproof and breathable so you can wear it on its own on warm, slushy spring days or together with the liner jacket for a super-warm mid-winter pow day where the temps are cold and the stoke is high.
- A 3-in-1 jacket for skiing, snowboarding, and navigating wintry weather
- Zip-in 3-point interchange system lets you couple shell and liner
- Omni-Tech construction is waterproof and breathable in rain and snow
- Omni-Heat thermal insulation provides internal warmth and heat retention
- Cinchable and removable hood helps beat back the wind and precipitation
- Adjustable powder skirt blocks snow from getting into underlayers
- Zippered pockets stow essentials for on-mountain, on-the-go usage
- Adjustable cuffs keep snow out of your sleeves for dryness and comfort
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Medium
Great jacket, feels like it will keep me warm throughout the winter. Even with a good fit in the medium I can still fit a couple layers underneath if I need a little extra warmth when its snowing.