Columbia Men's Marlin Rig Hoody
A workhorse in a everyday exterior, the Clark Kent-like Men's Marlin Rig Hoody from Columbia Sportswear is a man-worthy hoodie packed with technology. Underneath the super versatile Marlin Rig - Omni-Heat Thermal Reflective technology delivers the most advanced technical warmth on the planet in a lightweight and low-profile package; reflecting and retaining your own body heat to keep you comfortable. But dont worry if you run a little hot - the intelligent lining (its got a PhD in thermoregulation) knows when your body temperature rises and actively pulls excess heat away during periods of exertion. The exterior of the Marlin Rig Hoodie features advanced repellency technology to shed dirt and moisture so youre covered if you happen to stumble (or head boldy) into a light Spring storm. And when the big ball in the sky is going full-blaze, UPF 30 sun protection comes to the rescue to block harmful UV rays.
- Fabric: 91% polyacetal, 9% elastane
- Omni-Heat thermal reflective
- Omni-Shield® advanced repellency front panel
- Omni-Shade® UPF 30 sun protection
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- October 30 2011
Columbia Marlin rig hoody
Works excellent as a pull over on moderately chilly days or as an excellent base layer under a fleece, or jacket. Stand alone is comfortable to the low 50's with no activity. Runs true to size
- August 26 2011
So It's Pretty Chill Over Here In The Northwest , But This Coat Can Keep Me Warm Without Over Heating . It Is Not Verry Stretchy , But It keeps Out Stains , Water And Wind Like A Pro . It Is A Little Long Though At The Waist , The Arms Fit Right But Then It Goes To Your Butt . The Only Omni-Heat I've Seen With The Silver Dot's In The Hood And Pockets . This Jacket Will Give You Swag Like A Boss And Comphort Like A King .
- October 10 2011
Columbia Marlin Rig Omni-Heat Hoodie
I have ordered many Columbia products for years. This product would be best suited for weather that was 50-55 degrees (IMO, I tend to nomally be cold). It blocked wind well, and was very warm for how light and thick that it was, and could take a rain without getting soaked. It wouldn't be completely waterproof, so I would expect to stay dry in a rainstorm. I liked how it looked and it was semi-stretchy material. I live in a very cold and high elevation environment (northeast Nevada) and was looking for something a bit warmer, so it was not the best product for my needs. It would be perfect for a pacific northwest climate (maybe not northern oregon or washington in dead of winter) or spring or early fall in areas that are warmer. I like to wear baggy clothes and I have some Columbia windbreakers that are Large and some that are Medium. The large was too big for me (5'9" / 138 lbs). I felt to achieve the max warming capabilities of this jacket it would need to fit a bit tighter because you cannot tighten the jacket around the waist. I would recommend ordering on the small size so that jacket can work best for you.