Columbia Women's Down Home Diva Long Jacket
If you want a down-filled jacket with extra coverage and urban styling, Columbia's Down Diva Long Jacket for women has the thermal warmth you need for this winter. While most ski and snowboard jackets stop at the waist, the hem on this Women's Down Diva Long Jacket hits low at the thigh when sized properly. Columbia applied a new burlap print taffeta to the jacket this season, so the Down Diva feels soft but the Omni-Shield finish effectively repels water, sleet and snow. Inside the Down Diva Long Jacket is an internal toggle drawcord with an adjustable waist feature that cinches close to refine the flattering shape--a feature not typically found in most overstuffed and unrefined urban or suburban down-filled outwear. The faux fur trim along the removable storm hood can be detached to match the weather or your sense of style.
- Shell fabric: 100% polyester Burlap Print Ultra Prima DP taffeta and 100% polyester Ultra Prima DP taffeta treated with an Omni-Shield® advanced repellency finish
- Lining: 100% nylon Rip plaid embossed taffeta
- Insulation: 550-fill power down consisting of 80% duck down, 20% feather
- Faux fur material: 34% acrylic, 51% modacrylic, 15% polyester faux
- Removable and adjustable storm hood
- Detachable faux fur
- Adjustable waist
- Zipped security pockets
- Internal security pocket
- Abrasion-resistant chin guard
- Soft comfort cuffs
- Center back length: 36 in
Purchase the Columbia Down Home Diva Long Jacket for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- February 8 2012
I like it! :)
I like this jacket. It's very warm and light. Fit like a glove! I take stout, M size, and it's fit very beautiful. Beautiful quality, considered jacket, one of the main advantages is the jacket don't make me fat, quite the contrary it make me slimmer. Big pockets, warm hood, double-sided zip, secret pocket... Great!!! :) I get a lot of compliments in it. :) Recommend this jacket!
- October 21 2011
Not warm enough for the winter of Chicago.
I bought this parka in print black. The color is good and the whole thing generally fits well. It's long enough to reach your knee and the height of pockets are just right for you to keep your hands in and warm. The problem is that it is not warm enough. It's not as thick as I expected. I guess that's why it is not that expensive. I think this one won't protect me from the freezing coldness during the winter of Chicago.