Columbia Glacier to Glade Interchange 3-in-1 Insulated Jacket - Men's Specs
Nylon / nylon blend
91% nylon/9% spandex
57% recycled polyester/43% polyester
Omni-Tech waterproof breathable coating
93% polyester/7% spandex
Shell lining fabric
Type of waterproofing
Removable liner fabric
Removable liner insulation
Back length (in.)
Columbia Glacier to Glade Interchange 3-in-1 Insulated Jacket - Men's
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Columbia Glacier to Glade Interchange 3-in-1 Insulated Jacket - Men'sis rated4.1429out of5by7.
Rated3out of5byLucky07fromLess than expectedI bought this jacket because I thought it would be great for really wet conditions. Every snow storm we have had, the water had soaked through the liner to the shell. It didn't go any further which is good.
I was also hoping to be able to use the shell on rainy days but due to the waterproof-ness lacking that ability, I will now need to purchase a separate rain coat.
All than the shell not holding water back, I love the jacket. Fits great, Feels great, and looks great. I have received so many compliments in that regards.
Date published: 2013-04-11
Rated4out of5byJasonHfromGreat jacket tho smaller than expectedThe jacket feels great and is very warm. I originally ordered my usual small size, which proves to be too narrow on the chest. Medium turned out to be just fine.
Date published: 2013-02-13
Rated4out of5byCO JamesfromNice jacket, very warmI've only used the jacket once so far but it worked very well for me during a snowy day skiing in the Rockies. With the shell and liner zipped in I was plenty warm with just a short sleeved shirt under the jacket. It did very well dealing with the snow and wind.
Only issue I noted was condensation collecting on my cell phone in the upper left arm pocket. It may have been from the jacket trying to vent as I was heating up inside.
Date published: 2013-02-03
Rated5out of5byacareyfromsweeeeetGot it for 2012 Christmas, uses it in Joshua tree and Mammoth twice and has helped keep my quite warm.
Date published: 2013-01-23
Rated4out of5bywestslopefromnice jacket but sized smallI bought this to use as a snowboarding jacket in a size medium, which normally would fit me just right. This jacket fit without the liner in it, but when I zipped in the liner(which is pretty nice by itself as a lightweight puffy) the jacket was too tight across chest for movement. This jacket looks nice as well, but is not quite in the same style level as a burton jacket would be. I returned this and bought a used burton jacket size large, which is a little too baggy on me but will be fine for boarding with layers under it.
Date published: 2013-01-11
Rated5out of5bybikenhikerfromAwesome jacketI wear this jacket just about any time that the conditions are cold or wet. The shell works well for wet weather hiking or biking even in warm weather as long as you open the pit vents. I've worn the inner layer down to the upper 20's so far and just walking around town it keeps me warm and toasty. I haven't worn the jacket that often zipped together into the parka. It is very warm that way and it just doesn't get cold enough in Portland for it.
Date published: 2013-01-09
Rated4out of5bymattieffromGreat 3-1 JacketI regularly change the jacket into its various 3 forms so it is very versatile. I like the numerous pockets and ventilation. The interchange system is great because you can configure many types of jackets with the same sizes. I'm typically a large for shirts and hoodies, but the medium jacket was the better fit for me.
Date published: 2012-12-07
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Columbia Glacier to Glade Interchange 3-in-1 Insulated Jacket - Men's Customer Reviews