Turn up the heat.
Aptly named after a mountain pass in the snow-socked Cascades, the Columbia Barlow Pass 550 Turbodown Men's Jacket is equipped to handle the coldest, snowiest conditions imaginable. Its Omni-Tech membrane keeps you pleasantly dry through serious snowstorms and icy winter precipitation. However, where the Barlow Pass Jacket really stands apart from the competition lies in its 550 TurboDown insulation.
TurboDown is a three-way blend of Columbia's best insulating technologies, giving you the benefits of synthetic and down insulation, as well as a thermal-radiating lining for fiery warmth in subzero conditions. 450-fill down insulation traps body heat within its lofty down clusters, combined with 100-gram Microtemp XF-II insulation for the utmost in cold-weather comfort. Retaining even more warmth, Omni-Heat reflective lining material works much like an emergency blanket with its high-reflectivity silver dots, keeping body heat from escaping through the jacket.
Other cold-weather features include a removable faux fur trim along the hood to shield your face from icy Arctic fronts and freezing alpine air, as well as a drop-tail rear hem for extra coverage in deep snow. Moreover, you'll find a zippered chest pocket, as well as two dual-access hand pockets for versatile storage options.
- Omni-Tech waterproof/breathable membrane
- 550 TurboDown (450-fill down + 100g Microtemp XF-II insulation)
- Omni-Heat Thermal Reflective lining
- Removable faux fur hood trim
- Drawcord adjustable waist
- Drop-tail rear hem
- Dual-entry hand pockets
- Zippered chest pocket
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- Q & A
100% amazing only one issue
- Size Bought: large
- Height: 5'9"
- Weight: 210lbs
the issue i had was the size i wear xl in jackets but for this one it was to big so i order a large and it fit fine. the wight is perfect not to heavy not to light ..there is a middle tie string so you can make the middle fit closer to you .. they are adjustment in the hood so u can make it fit you or over other items i really like this jacket would recommend to anyone... Update as seen in photo what the insulation of this jacket its not as much as i first thought our first cold snap just happen it was 15 degree i tried just a thermal shirt and a long sleeve shirt and jacket i did not fill the wind but was cool though this was because of how the bottom of the jacket was made there is no tie to get it snug agenst you. You do have a mid tie it helps a little to keep the cold out but would be better if it had one at the bottom. After i put on a fleece jacket i was warmer and did not fill the breeze coming from the bottom. So if u get this and plan on wearing it in cold weather 20 degree or colder were a fleece or something like mens turbodown jacket...