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Columbia Men's South Canyon Long Down Parka, Delta, Medium
OMNI-TECH: For prolonged exposure to moderate rain and snow. Multilayered waterproof protection in a breathable material that releases excess heat and moisture, keeping you dry and comfortable no matter the conditions.
OMNI-HEAT: For versatile lightweight warmth in mild to severe cold. Our patented Heat Reflective garments are the ultimate body heat management system for outdoor performance. Reflects and retains body heat with breathable comfort, and enhanced warmth.
POWER DOWN INSULATION: Made with 100% RDS certified down fill (meets Responsible Down Standard), our sustainable down offers cloud-like comfort with baffles at all the right points to provide maximum loft, versatile fit, and optimal warmth.
HANDY FEATURES: This winter-ready parka includes a fully adjustable hood trimmed in removable faux fur, a two-way front zipper, zippered hand and chest pockets, and an interior security pocket.
SUGGESTED SIZE: Runs true to size. Choose your typical size.
Details: Columbia Men's South Canyon Long Down Parka combines a classic fit with technology to keep you warm and dry. Crafted from our waterproof shell and lined with our insulated reflective system, this mid length jacket will keep you warm, dry, and comfortable during any storm. A drawcord adjustable and removable hood offers a customizable fit in a wide range of winter climates. The gusseted zippered hand pockets, an interior security pocket insure key items are kept dry and secure, while sleeves with adjustable cuffs, and a drawcord adjustable hem keeps the extreme elements locked out, making for this the perfect winter parka. This long, winter down parka comes in multiple colors and sizes. To ensure the size you choose is right, utilize our sizing chart and the following measurement instructions: For the sleeves, start at the center back of your neck and measure across the shoulder and down to the sleeve. If you come up with a partial number, round up to the next even number. For the chest, measure at the fullest part of the chest, under the armpits and over the shoulder blades, keeping the tape measure firm and level.