Columbia Lhotse II Interchange Big Mens Insulated Ski Jacket

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Fit: Provides room for layering without the baggy look

Provides room for layering without the baggy look

Warmth: Insulated plus heat properties - ideal for extreme cold

Insulated plus heat properties - ideal for extreme cold

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 Overview
 

The Columbia Lhotse II Interchange Big Jacket is made for the bigger guy looking for optimal warmth, comfort and convenience on the mountain. With excellent insulation, durable shell and a 3-in-1 design, you can't go wrong with the Lhotse.

 

With this jacket you get an exterior shell that offers Omni-Heat Thermal Reflective and Insulated Liner which uses body heat to create and maintain warmth throughout the day. With Omni-Tech, you'll have a waterproof and breathable jacket that will create a barrier to prevent water from seeping in but is still quite breathable so you don't feel like you're situated in a sweaty sauna. If you find you're heating up too much on a warm spring ski session, you can open up the underarm vents and allow some fresh air to flow through.

 

If you want a high-quality and versatile jacket that you can use as a shell on a normal ski day, zip in a liner on a frigid 0 degree adventure and have the liner for those cool spring and fall days when you're cruising around town, then you'll want to invest in the Columbia Lhotse II Interchange Big Jacket.


  • Omni-Heat Thermal Reflective and Insulated Liner
  • Omni-Tech Waterproof/Breathable
  • Zip-In and 3-Point Interchange System
  • Removable, Adjustable Storm Hood
  • Snow Seal
  • Interior Security Pocket
  • Drop Tail
  • 100% Nylon 210T Taffeta Lining
  • Omni-Shield Shadow Ripstop 100% Nylon Liner

 

 Specifications

Winter Jacket Specifications

Type: 3-in-1 Jacket
Race: No
Jacket Fit: Regular / Loose
How Does This Fit?: Big
Length: Medium
Exterior Material: Omni-Shield Double Ripstop 100% Nylon
Warmth Factor: Warmest
Insulation Type: Synthetic
Insulation Weight: 100g Microtemp XF II 100% Polyester
Taped Seams: Fully Taped
Waterproof: Not Specified
Breathability: Not Specified
Hood Type: Removable
Battery Heated: No
Pit Zip Venting: Yes
Powder Skirt: No
Cinch Cord Bottom: Yes
Cuff Type: Velcro
Wrist Gaiter: No
Waterproof Zippers: Yes
Warranty: Lifetime
Model Year: 2016
Model Number: 1625193010 1X
Product ID: 403080
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Q: How many pockets are in this style ski jacket?
Asked : Sep 26, 2015
By : Don, Canandaigua, New York
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A: This jacket offers 2 external handwarmer pockets in the front as well as a chest pocket. You will also find 2 internal pockets, one for goggles and one for media. The inner liner also has 2 handwarmer pockets.
Answered : Sep 28, 2015
By : Chris