Columbia Men's Reach The Peak Down Jacket

$115.39 - $135.99

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Columbia Men's Reach The Peak Down Jacket

Once you reach the peak, theres nothing better to pull out of your pack than the Columbia Reach The Peak Down Jacket for men. This lightweight down coat was barely noticeable in your pack on the way up to the summit thanks to the highly compressible, high loft 700-fill down insulation its stuffed with. The Tactel nylon ripstop shell fabric cuts the windchill fabric and is treated with an Omni-Shield advanced repellency finish to help resist light moisture and the occasional Gatorade spill. Reflecting body heat right back at you is the Omni-Heat printed silver lining that bumps up the heat factor above that of other lightweight down sweaters. Stash a granola bar in the interior pocket for the brisk hike back down the mountain, youll have warmth and fuel when youre wearing the Columbia Men's Reach The Peak Down Jacket.

  • Shell fabric: 100% Tactel™ nylon ripstop; 96% polyester, 4% elastane
  • Lining: 100% polyester; 100% polyester abrasion-resistant fleece
  • Insulation: 700 fill down; 90% down, 10% feather
  • Omni-Heat thermal reflective
  • Omni-Shield advanced repellency
  • Comfort cuffs with thumbholes
  • Packable
  • Interior security and zip-closed hand pockets
  • Center back length: 28.5 in

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4 Star Rating


4 Stars Pennyloveshiking - December 15 2011

A fine down jacket/sweater by Columbia. Light and warm, much beyond the performance of its Hellfire down jacket whose shell is harder and heavier. True to size, nice design as well.

3 Stars aequorin - January 5 2012

The jacket fits very awkwardly around the armpits/shoulders. This could have something to do with the cuffs, which have thumb holes cut into them. They are described as "comfort cuffs", but they aren't comfortable at all. They are either too tight when one's thumbs are through the holes, or too awkward when pushed up to one's wrists. Other than this design flaw, it could be a very good, light-weight jacket.

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