Lives up to its name.
Staying true to its name, the Columbia Women's Jacket Of All Trades Interchange Jacket has your back all year long. Primed for damp climates such as the Pacific Northwest, where jackets are a consideration year round, this jacket is actually two separate jackets with three-in-one versatility that lets you fine tune your levels of protection to suit the conditions at hand. A cotton-blend Omni-Tech rain shell shields you from sudden downpours and steady drizzles in summer. An insulated reversible liner jacket keeps you warm on crisp fall days. Pair them together, and you have warmth and weather protection when the rain turns to snow come winter. Basically, this jacket won't let you down no matter what month it is.
- Four-season versatility that always has your back
- Omni-Tech rain shell keeps wet weather at bay
- Reversible liner jacket adds warmth when you need it
- Removable hood shields your head from precipitation
- Zip-In interchange system keeps jackets paired neatly
- Drop-tail provides extra coverage
- Zippered hand pockets secure small everyday items
- Item #COL01PB
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: Runs large
- Size Bought: xs
- Height: 5'
- Weight: 100lbs
This is probably the warmest jacket I've ever had, which I love. It's neat because there are so many layers. The most outerlayer, the half rain jacket part, is pretty impractical though. I wish it was full size so I could wear it by itself, because I think that it is the only true waterproof part of the jacket. The vest layer/beige layer (referring to mystery color jacket) does not seem to be water proof. Over all it's an awesome jacket and I have been wearing the most inner layer that is fleece lined the most. One last thing to add, I am a 5 foot petite girl, and this jacket does kind of take over my body. The sleeves are a little long and it does look rather poofy. There are draw strings at the waist to make it more fitted. I always take comfort over looks though so I don't tend to mind, plus I love the colors.