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Columbia Men's Single Track II Softshell, Black, Medium


Size Name: Medium
Color Name: Black
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  • Shell: 96% polyester/4% elastance/lining: 100% polyester fleece
  • Machine wash cold gentle, wash separately, do not bleach, tumble dry low, remove promptly, iron low, do not use fabric softener, do not dry clean
  • Omni-shield advanced repellency
  • Removable, adjustable storm hood
  • Chest venting system
  • Insulated
  • Zip-closed pockets
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Bluebird day on the mountain bright, chilly day in the city perfect for around town (with tons of pockets to stash your stuff) or a casual day on the slopes, the single track ii softshell is the perfect compromise between a full-on parka and a lightweight liner, omni-shield advanced repellency sheds water, so you don't have to worry about getting caught in light rain or snow and the removable, adjustable hood offers more protection when the clouds roll in, whether you're checking items off your honey-do list or heading out to take a few hard runs, the single track provides the perfect combination of performance and versatility, authentic fit

  • ASIN: B004XH66HC
  • Product Dimensions: 14.9 x 9.1 x 5.6 inches; 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 2.6 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Item model number: WM4038
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #403,348 in Clothing (See Top 100 in Clothing)
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    6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By The Alchemist on January 1, 2012
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    To call this jacket a softshell is definitely a misnomer--the exterior fabric is more like that found on coats, a little rough, not smooth like with softshells. However, if you want a coat that is light, but will actually keep you insulated from the wind and cold, the Single Track II will do just that. The light polyester insulation does a great job of keeping in heat, while the Omni-Shield exterior keeps out wind. When worn in tandem with an actual softshell, this coat will keep the wearer warm for hours in sub-freezing temperatures.

    Good qualities of the Columbia Single Track II Softshell Jacket:
    -Does a very good job of preventing wind penetration
    -Has insulation, unlike traditional softshells
    -Has a removable hood (great if you're not fond of constantly being bothered by one!)
    -The wrist cuffs are adjustable, so you can seal out the weather
    -Has a decent amount of pocket space (the two on the sides and one chest pocket)
    -Has adjustable vents (haven't used them yet, but it's good to have them available)
    -Although there isn't a snow skirt, there is a cord that allows you to tighten up the base of the jacket
    -The hood also has a cord to tighten the fit
    -The main portion of the jacket is mostly lined with a thin fleece, which is a little warmer than the usual slick satin-like liner
    -As mentioned before, the exterior fabric is of the rougher kind, so the coat appears to be less susceptible to being snagged or torn than a typical softshell
    -The construction of the jacket is generally solid
    -The left side pocket has cord on to which you can attach goggles, gloves, keys, etc.
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    7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By captain crunch on December 1, 2011
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    This is actually a pretty heavy jacket. There is puffy polyester insulation sewn onto the shell, and the whole jacket is lined, partially with fleece.

    I tried one on before I bought this, so I wasn't surprised... but don't order this jacket and expect a typical softshell with lightweight bonded fleece.

    It's pretty great overall, especially at this price--about $84 when I ordered. I have worn it windy 30 degree conditions with just a t-shirt, and I was quite warm. The vents are great, much easier to operate than the traditional underarm location. The cut is perfect, I am 5-10, 200 lbs, 36 inch waist, 43 inch chest, and the large fits me exactly.

    The only thing missing is taped seams. There is so much stitching on the shell that I suspect that this will not stay very dry under heavy rain.
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By aquagirl on January 9, 2012
    Color Name: AbyssSize Name: Large Verified Purchase
    The story: My fiance' and I went to several sporting goods shops (Dick's/sports authority/sport chalet) looking for an everyday jacket that was both warm and water resistant. Most jackets are either directed towards snow/ski/board conditions (too warm and not meant for everyday use) or for rain (light shell with no warmth). A fleece is fine but we were trying to find something more water repellent. For our So-California winters you need a jacket that covers the range from light warmth to water resistant/proof or you need 3 or 4 jackets! The other big issue is cost. Most of the other jackets, other than the fleece cost upwards of $200. He needed something, comfortable to walk to work in and to wear on the weekend that didn't break the bank. I saw this online and took a risk on it: the risk paid off.

    The jacket: it looks great; sporty looking in both fit and styling the turquoise blue logo accent adds subtle pop and looks and complements the dark navy color well. It is roomy enough for a light layer if you need it but not bulky looking. Most likely you won't need another layer as it is sufficiently warm. He is built more or less like the model-slim but not skinny and the jacket in large fit just right. It has a detachable hood which is smart since most of the time it isn't needed. He wore it in a light to moderate rain to walk 1/2 mile to work and remained dry-the water just beaded off. An unexpected benefit was that it was good enough for field work and was more comfortable/flexible than his standard issue field jacket he wears for occasional outdoor GPS work at his job. The quality is even better than most other Columbia jackets in my opinion and his. The price on amazon when we bought it was half what I saw the same jacket for two weeks ago in our local sports store!
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    By Miguel on March 2, 2014
    Color Name: AbyssSize Name: X-Large Verified Purchase
    I love these jacket super comfortable not bulky at all keep you dries and cozy I highly recommend these jacket!
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