Columbia Women's Plus Size Ramble Rain Jacket
Columbia Sportswear breathed new life into the favorite Ramblin' Rhodie with a luscious new fabric and ramped-up wet-fighting power. The result? The effervescent Women's Plus Size Ramble Rain Jacket. Its new Camo Base face fabric is rich and soft to the touch, while a fully waterproof Omni-Tech construction keeps you dry during sudden showers and promotes interior airflow. A flattering longer length keeps you covered as you head up the trail or into the office, while the attached, adjustable storm hood prevents dreaded bad hair days, while zip-closed pockets keep essentials dry and secure. Streamlined silhouette is finished with contrast stitching and flattering seaming details. Front zip with snap-close storm flap provides additional protection from the elements. Fabric features 57% eco-friendly recycled polyester.
- Fabric: Shell: 100% polyester Camo Base. Lining: 57% recycled polyester/43% polyester mesh
- Omni-Tech waterproof-breathable and fully seam sealed
- Attached, adjustable stormhood
- Interior security pocket
- Zip-closed hand pockets
- Center back length: 31"
Purchase the Columbia Plus Size Ramble Rain Jacket for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- December 12 2011
Just what I was looking for.
I wanted a light weight jacket I could wear layers under but would shed rain, block wind and look nice. BINGO on all. Not sure about long term wear but feels like it will last. Fits nicely.
- June 1 2011
Purchased because besides its look, normally it takes a 2X to fit me but the 1X was very comfortable. Jacket is a nice color and due to its dark color, appears to be slimming. It is also long in the back and therefore offers more protection.
- April 1 2011
Columbia Rain Jacked
It's a nice jacket. And Columbia has a great reputation. I bought it for a trip I'm taking in the future so I haven't really tested it yet. I thought I could fold way the hood but I can't so I was a little disappointed in that. Other than that, I think it'll be fine. After all, it's a Columbia!