Columbia Men's Storm Raid Parka


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Columbia Men's Storm Raid Parka

Reminiscent of Sergeant Preston of the Mounties, you don't have to be Dudley Do-Right to appreciate the weather protection and warmth of the Columbia Men's Storm Raid Parka - although others would welcome your style. A perfect choice for dog sledding, snowshoeing, and village rambling, this cozy jacket helps you chase down the rift raft of winter. A 3-in-1 interchange parka system designed to keep you comfy in all weather conditions, the outer shell jacket features Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable and critically seam sealed fabric to protect against an intensifying storm, while the inner lining jacket that is armed with Omni-Shield advanced repellency is insulated in toasty recycled polyester that is thermal reflective for added warmth. Worn separately or together for the ultimate in protection against the elements, this winter parka is a stealth provider. Topped with an attached hood to provide extra protection, underarm pit zips help vent excess heat when you work up a sweat tracking down your inspiration. Hand pockets on both pieces and interior goggle and security pockets offer storage options for a cell phone, iPod and snacks. More than pure luck, the Columbia Sportswear Men's Storm Raid Parka gives you 4 seasons comfort for always catching Snidely Whiplash type weather off guard.

  • Fabric: shell - Big Rip, 100% nylon Chunky Canvas, 54% nylon, 46% polyester, 100% nylon
  • Shell Jacket Lining: 100% nylon Contour Echelon Emboss taffeta
  • Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable and critically seam sealed
  • Liner Jacket Fabric: 100% polyester Mélange DP Rip
  • Liner Jacket Lining: 100% thermal reflective
  • Insulation: 50% polyester, 50% recycled polyester OH, 100g
  • Omni-Shield advanced repellency liner
  • Faux Fur Hood Detail: 34% acrylic, 51% modacrylic, 15% polyester faux fur
  • Attachd storm hood
  • Removable faux fur
  • Micro-chamois chin guard
  • Underarm venting
  • Articulated elbows
  • Waterproof zipper
  • Mesh goggle pocket
  • Security pocket
  • Zip-closed pockets
  • Zip-in and 3-point Interchange system
  • Center back length: 31.5 in

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4 Star Rating


4 Stars warmguy - February 4 2012

Great Coat, couple quirks
I was in dire need of an actual warm coat. I've been messing around with trying to save money by buying coats that I could "get by" with. I decided to make a serious purchase. This is the most expensive coat I've ever bought. For years, I've been using lands end coats. and while they are warm, their sizing is not right for me. I am somewhere between a L and M with them, but not either specifically. The columbia fits perfect. I absolutely recommend this jacket for warmth. it really is incredible. I shoveled my driveway in -2 degree weather with nothing but a T-shirt underneath. Now, while I love this coat, I will give you a few quirks, because it is A LOT of money to spend on a coat. There aren't many, but they are worth mentioning. 1. The inner hood does not connect to the outer hood, so it flops out all the time. They really should have at least installed a piece of velcro in there to hold the inner hood in place. I will probably do it myself. wasnt a deal breaker for me, just an irritation. 2. The inner sleeves connect with one single button hook near the wrist. when removing the coat, the sleeves come up a pretty good distance before you can pull out your arm. I have a slight fear that this little loop holding the sleeve in will rip at some point. If it does, I will send the coat back. not dealing with that. but, for the time being, it is only an annoyance, again, not a deal breaker. 3. Last real issue is that when the coat is zipped up all the way, it fits pretty tight around your mouth and nose, and is pretty stiff and hard. Uncomfortable even. now, I dont usually zip mine up all the way. I typically use a neck wrap of some kind, so not a huge issue. Thats all really. A great coat that I would recommend.

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