When tumultuous weather strikes.
With its minimalist construction and effortlessly chic look, the Columbia Women's Tumalt Creek Jacket boasts a no-bones-about-it construction that's equally at home in the city as it is in the mountains. More specifically, the Tumault features a weather-resistant exterior, while the Omni-Heat reflective lining recycles your own body heat by bouncing it back to your core. Additionally, the PrimaLoft Silver Eco synthetic insulation ensures low-profile warmth even when wet, and the myriad of pockets ensures easy storage for your necessities. Not to mention, the internal zippered pocket doubles as a stuff sack, which means you can pack the Tumalt into its own pocket and then chuck it in your bag when its not in use.
- A versatile, insulated jacket for the mountains or city
- Weather-resistant exterior offers protection from elements
- Synthetic insulation keeps you warm even when wet
- Omni-Heat lining reflects body heat back to your core
- Myriad of pockets keeps necessities close
- Drawcord hem seals weather out
- Q & A
A puffy without too much fluffy
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Small
I've always wanted a bright red jacket and a puffy, but I'm picky about the color and the fluff. I like more of a cherry red color and this was just what I wanted, bright red! It's also got some fluff but is not your typical fluffy jacket. It also has Omni Heat, which I love, I have pants that are Omni Heat too! It helps keep my temperature regulated so even when it gets hot I'm not overheating. The zipper is more gray than it appears in the photo of the product, which at first was weird to me but it has grown on me.