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Columbia Lhotse Interchange Ski Jacket - Womens

Columbia Lhotse Interchange Ski Jacket
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Description: Columbia Lhotse Interchange Ski Jacket - Womens

Interchange, that means it's three jackets in one. Zip them together and you've got a super warm, all-mountain jacket that's fully seam-sealed, waterproof and insulated. Wear the shell in the spring rains and then wear the liner in the fall chill as you eagerly await a new winter of festive, winter recreation.

Key Features of Columbia Lhotse Interchange Ski Jacket:
  • Omni-Heat Reflective Lining
  • Omni-Heat Waterproof/Breathable Fully Seam Sealed
  • Zip-in Interchange System
  • Synthetic Insulated Liner
  • Removable, Adjustable Storm Hood
  • Removable, Foldable Synthetic Fur
  • Underarm Venting
  • PU Zip on Chest
  • Silicone Grippers on Powder Skirt
  • Interior Security Pocket
  • Zippered Hand Pockets
  • Adjustable Cuffs
  • Drawcord Adjustable Hem
  • Active Fit
  • Shell: Omni-Shield Legacy Dobby 100% Nylon
  • Lining: 100% Nylon 210T Taffet
  • Lining: Omni-Shield Shadow Ripstop 100% Nylon
  • Lining: Omni-Heat Reflective Microtex Light 100% Polyester
  • Insulation: 100g Microtemp XF II 100% Polyester

Lhotse Interchange

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How does this jacket run?
Robin J on Mar 13, 2017
BEST ANSWER: My daughter is 13, 5'2 and 90 pounds. I got her a small and it fits great with a little room to move around. You can definitely fit more layers under the coat even with the lining. It's a warm coat, great for cold weather.
what is the waterproof rating?
carmel c on Jun 4, 2016
This jacket features Columbia's Omni Tech Fabric which they describe as waterproof and breathable. They list no rating numbers. Look here yourself: