Innovative versatility for the resort and more.
Equipped with three-in-one versatility and innovative insulation, the Columbia Women's In Bounds 650 Turbodown Interchange Jacket is a top choice for the ski resort this season. The In Bounds pairs a ski shell with a removable insulated liner for customized warmth and protection that's suitable for year-round outdoors activities. The shell features fully taped seams and Columbia's waterproof breathable Omni-Tech laminate, and it keeps you comfortably dry whether you're skiing or hiking in summer rains. The shell also has underarm zippers for ventilation, a powder skirt that snaps back for groomers, and adjustments at the hood, hem, and cuffs for a secure fit.
The removable liner features Columbia's innovative Turbodown insulation. Turbodown layers Omni-Heat synthetic under the lofty 550-fill down for more protective warmth in wet weather. The liner's Omni-Heat lining boosts warmth by reflecting your own body heat back to you. Columbia coated this liner in Omni-Shield for advanced repellency against snow, rain, and even stains. This toasty midlayer works well by itself on shoulder season camping trips as well as bluebird ski days. There are two hand pockets on the removable liner, and multiple pockets for goggles, ski passes, and more on the shell. An active fit keeps the In Bounds slim and sleek for the city, yet still allows maximum mobility on the slopes.
- Fully taped Omni-Tech shell
- Removable Turbodown insulated liner
- Omni-Shield advanced repellency
- Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining
- Underarm venting
- Snap-back powder skirt
- Adjustable hood, hem, and cuffs
- Internal security pocket
- Goggle and ski pass pockets
- Item #COL00R0
- Q & A
Good All Around Coat
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: Medium
First trip out of the package for these was a two and a half week Medical Teams International trip to Nepal (in February). I used these in the most remote Himalayan District of Humla. We got stranded in a freak snow storm that dumped over 2' of snow! They were a life saver!
Is this also wind proof? Am headed to Iceland and Greenland and am looking for a versatile but warm jacket.