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Get it all in one go.

The Columbia Hells Mountain Interchange Jacket gives you a solid, weather-stopping shell and a unique down-stuffed lumberjack-look liner jacket in one integrated system. This three-in-one will keep you warm and dry from the backcountry to the city streets. Plus, you won't have to go through the headache of finding layers that actually work together.

  • Omni-Tech membrane seals out moisture while remaining breathable
  • 20k-rated fabric means you'll stay dry even in heavy, wet snow
  • Fully taped construction stops water from working in through the seams
  • 80g down in the liner jacket offers nature's best warmth-to-weight ratio to keep you warm on the mountain
  • Drop-tail hem keeps your backside covered
  • Underarm vents get rid of swampy air when your internal engines start churning out heat
  • Adjustable storm hood keeps your head warm and protected from heavy-hitting wind
  • Snap-back powder skirt can be deployed to keep snow out when you're skiing in the deep stuff
  • Adjustable cuffs and drawcord hem prevent snow and cold air from getting in
  • Interchange system with zip-in functionality means you can wear just the shell, just the liner, or both
  • Plenty of pocket space including a media and goggle pocket make it easier to haul your essentials

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could the shell just be used for a rain...

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could the shell just be used for a rain jacket in warmer weather?

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Absolutely, that's sort of the idea. You can wear just the shell if you don't need the insulation of the jacket.