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Columbia Powder Lake 2 Ski Jacket

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  • Technical Shell
Material: 100% Nylon Hydra-Cloth 3K
  • Lining
  • 100% Nylon 210T Cityscape Emboss
Fabric Waterproof4: 3,000mm
Fabric Breathability: 3,000g
Fit: Regular
  • Yes
Seams Taped: Critically
Powder Skirt:
  • No
Wrist Gasket: No
  • Hooded
  • Adjustable Stow Away Hood
Pockets: 3 exterior, 2 interior
Zip In Compatible:
  • No
Jacket-Pant Connections:
  • No
Recommended Use:
  • Snowboarding
  • Skiing
  • Winter Wear
  • Cold Weather
  • Street Wear
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: Columbia Powder Lake 2 Ski Jacket

The Columbia Powder Lake 2 ski jacket has 3,000 mm waterproofed nylon shell to fight off the wet stuff and an embossed nylon lining to keep you warm on the inside. Omni-shield repellency prevents moisture accumulation to make sure you stay dry. A pocket for your goggles, and one for your media player means you can bring your music to the slopes. Get a whole day of warmth, dryness, and Columbia quality with their Powder Lake 2 jacket.

Key Features of the Columbia Powder Lake 2 Ski Jacket:
  • 3,000mm Waterproof
  • Shell: 100% Nylon Hydra-Cloth 3K
  • Lining: 100% Nylon 210T Cityscape Emboss
  • Omni-Shield Advanced Repellency
  • Attached
  • Adjustable Stow Away Hood
  • Goggle Pocket
  • Media Pocket
  • Insulated

Powder Lake 2

Customer Reviews | Add Your Review!

  • "Warm "

    , Hawthorne, CA
    Pros: Warm, Removable liner, Cons: Doesn't look great,

    I have an older version of this jacket, and its great. Mine has a removable fleece and with the fleece in it, I can be comfortable in the cold with few layers under it. Take the fleece out and its a great spring jacket. Very versatile jacket, my only complaint is that its not very cool looking.

  • "First Jacket"

    , Dedham, MA
    Pros: Warm, Lots of Pockets, Cons:

    This was one of my first jackets that I had even before I started snowboarding. Very warm, lots of pockets. Went boarding with it at Wachusset during a blizzard, crazy fast winds, freezing cold. I was warm the whole time!

  • "WARM!!!"

    , Tyrone, PA
    Pros: very warm, keeps you dry, Cons: price,

    I have this jacket and its the warmest jacket i have ever worn. there is one bad thing ab the jacket though, you look like a skier in

  • "Good all-around jacket"

    , Peyton, CO
    Pros: Warmth, pockets, comfort, Cons: kind of poofy,

    This is a good all-around jacket, especially for the price. It has all the necessary pockets, including one for my ipod and goggles. Durable, comfy, and warm but a little poofy.

  • "Solid Jacket for the price"

    Pros: warm, dry, price Cons: thick and heavy,

    I've worn this jacket up a couple times on cold days. It's thickness constrains mobility and I prefer a lighter jacket. If you can get this for $50 or less, it is worth it, especially if you are getting it for someone who prefers the bundled up feeling.

  • "Can't beat the price"

    , Walnut Creek, CA
    Pros: Lots of pockets, Warm, Cons: puffy,

    Great jacket for the price. I'm never cold in this jacket and there are plenty of pockets. The only thing I didn't like was the puffiness of it, I kinda like my jackets more streamline.

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