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Columbia Men's Watertight Packable Rain Jacket


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I'm glad I went with the medium it fits perfectly with plenty of room for extra layers underneath for cold weather.
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It looks good, fits great and does its job.
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So finally I felt rich enough to buy another, and I was delighted to find this one at half the price of the North Face.
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  • 100% Watertight Microporous Nylon
  • Imported
  • Machine Wash
  • Zipper closure
  • Machine Wash
  • Omni-Tech® Waterproofing
  • Fully seam sealed/breathable
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What’s in a name? Everything in this case. The Watertight™ lives up to a big promise, delivering top-notch rain protection in the worst conditions. Micro porous Omni-Tech® fabric breathes to let body heat escape while sealed seams ensure that the elements stay where they belong. Light and packable, the Watertight is just as perfect for hard-core hiking as it is for keeping you comfortable on soggy soccer-league sidelines. Curved seams give this jacket a streamlined fit - an adjustable storm hood protects you when the waterworks reach an apex and a draw cord at the hem keeps wind at bay.

What’s in a name? Everything in this case. The watertight lives up to a big promise, delivering top-notch rain protection in the worst conditions. Micro porous Omni-tech fabric breathes to let body heat escape while sealed seams ensure that the elements stay where they belong. Light and packable, the watertight is just as perfect for hard-core hiking as it is for keeping you comfortable on soggy soccer-league sidelines. Curved seams give this jacket a streamlined fit - an adjustable storm hood protects you when the waterworks reach an apex and a drawcord at the hem keeps wind at bay.

  • ASIN: B00365F9G6
  • Product Dimensions: 19.9 x 15.5 x 3.1 inches; 3 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • Origin: Vietnam
  • Item model number: RM2135
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #36,811 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    The jacket looks nice, and the quality seems very good.
    Quercus Alba
    Well, when rainy and chilly day comes, the jacket keep you from rain and wind, keep you warm and dry.
    Liu Chengji
    The jacket is made of a very light material however it keeps out the wind & rain.
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    Most Helpful Customer Reviews

    312 of 315 people found the following review helpful By mtipper on June 25, 2011
    Verified Purchase
    I bought this item for the initial purpose of spending a week in June in the northern wilderness areas of Boundary Waters/Quetico. I've been making an annual trek for over 10 years and have been getting by using inexpensive rain jackets in the $30 range (Stearns, Sierra Designs). They worked OK, but were never great. I like quality gear, though I could never really justify the cost of high end brands such as Gore-Tex. Then I saw this jacket in a local store and, for the price, figured I couldn't go wrong trying it. I knew Amazon's customer service would allow a return if it didn't perform as advertised.

    After a straight week of battle testing it, I came away incredibly impressed. The timing couldn't have been better since, for the first time in my own experience, it rained every day of my June trip and never got above 65 degrees. I literally never took this off.

    In summary, I was 100%, unequivocally:

    **DRY** Despite pervasive rain, it never leaked or did anything but shed water the way it was supposed to. The hood design was excellent keeping rain off my face.
    **COMFORTABLE** I sweat a lot while portaging. The lightweight material breathes so well. A mesh lining prevents the clammy feeling that other jackets create.
    **WARM** The conditions were very windy and cool. Wearing this jacket, in combination with layers underneath, I couldn't have been happier.
    **STYLISH** I don't much care how I look in the wilderness. I'm pleased that this jacket would fit right in with my normal clothing back home.
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    161 of 173 people found the following review helpful By Mizzou on July 3, 2010
    Just picked this up, under $50 is a great deal for a coat like this. No chance yet to test it, but this is basically the male version of the jacket I bought my wife 1 year ago with the "omnitech" fabric and sealed seams. It's actually not bad for cool spring/fall days and passable in cold winter months as long as you bulk up underneath. Wife took her jacket with her on cool/cold hiking trips and it has worked great. She loved hers so much, I jumped at the opportunity to purchase one for myself once I saw the prices drop.

    It looks great on as well, which is important, as this will be my everyday jacket.

    Very impressed with it's weight, and should be fairly packable. There is a description sewn in the jacket even stating specifically "PACKABLE", so this would be a pretty good option to take with you in your pack for wind/weather protection. I'm sure you will want to test it prior to doing this though to see if it fits in your outdoor system, I can't really vouch for how waterproof the omnitech fabric is in a very long-extended downpour (anyone who has been in this situation though knows you can't guarantee 100% dryness anyway, it's all about staying comfortable)

    Purchased at a brick & mortar retailer so I had the opportunity to try it on and inspect the seams prior to purchasing.

    I'm not sure this coat is worth full retail price, but if you find it on sale and you need a decent nylon-shell coat, give this one a good look.

    I actually bought this coat as a every-day type use alternate to the rain-coat specific "Columbia Men's Shelter Cove Jacket", which served great as a raincoat, but that's basically it.

    I will of course update my review once I actually get to put the jacket to some good use.
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    82 of 87 people found the following review helpful By JRC on October 27, 2010
    Color Name: Intense Red/CharcoalSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
    Just got back from a Kilimanjaro hike where we had rain and/or snow for half of our trip, and the jacket worked great--no seam problems, and repelled water as advertised. My hiking buddy spent ten times the price on his jacket from another company, but didn't get any real benenfit. Good buy.
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    64 of 73 people found the following review helpful By J. Hill on May 21, 2011
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    With all the rain this spring I've worn this jacket a lot recently. I wouldn't characterize it as particularly stylish (the photos are accurate) and it doesn't breathe all that well, but it is surprisingly comfortable in spring weather. And it does a great job with the rain - really outstanding.

    A pet peeve of mine is that manufacters rarely tell you what temps their clothes are meant to be worn in, so here's my two cents: I've worn this jacket from 45 to 70. Below 49 degrees, I really need to either add a layer or be very active. Above let's say 65 (or 60 if it's humid), its relatively poor breathability makes it a bit stifling. But in the 50s it's just about perfect.
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    38 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Tezza on November 4, 2010
    Color Name: Black/ CharcoalSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
    Jacket is a very small form factor, with thin material, so that it can be easily folded or stuffed into a very small space. Great for backpacking or world travel.

    The jacket material is very thin yet very water repellent. The hood is large and has a really good draw chord for tightening the inner hood around your face.

    It's a fairly warm jacket.

    The only minor complaints I'd have would be:
    - no hand warmer pocket, you can put your hands into the zippered lower pockets.
    - fit only half covers your bum, more like a jacket fit than a parka fit (also makes it smaller to pack away more easily)
    - the buttons up the front are oddly spaced, the jacket is either tightly buttoned up to your neck, or if you open that button, open wide 3 or 4 inches down the chest.

    Having said all the above, this is a great deal at $60 if you're looking for a waterproof, packable, light functional jacket / parka (half way between a jacket and a parka).
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