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5.0 out of 5 stars This is really an awesome jacket made in Vietnam, November 17, 2012
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This review is from: Columbia Men's Lhotse Mountain II Interchange Jacket (Sports Apparel)
I want to be very clear, this is a 5 STAR garment in material, quality and workmanship, but I'm dinging off a star because the label says MADE IN VIETNAM.
This is very nice jacket.
I live in Southern California and wanted a really nice warm jacket. This is definitely it, and probably total overkill, but I love it.
I got the Buffalo XL and it fits okay, though a little on the large size for me, I don't think the L would have fit me.
It was my mistake for not noticing the thumbnails for the inner jacket are BRIGHT YELLOW. Otherwise I would have chosen a different color. This is a pretty bright yellow!
Make sure you CLICK on the color you are looking, and don't just mouse over it, or the thumbnails don't change. One is bright yellow, another bright orange on the inner jacket.
As another reviewer mentioned, the sleeves from the inner liner are a bit long, but it's not really a problem for me.
This is a WARM jacket with the liner.

Edit 11/22/12
I changed to a 5-star rating.
I LOVE THIS JACKET and it is Amazon's error for not listing country of origin in the details. I sent feedback to them on this.
Even Columbia's website shows "Imported" in the details.
I think people appreciate this info.
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Initial post: Nov 22, 2012 6:14:37 AM PST
dan says:
Regardless of having fought a war in Vietnam (I did not serve), I have found that today's Vietnam produces very high quality clothing. Therefore I dispute "dinging" a star due to its place of origin. Almost all clothing produced today is from another country, sad but true.
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