About Columbia Sportswear Elkton Jacket - Waterproof, Insulated, Titanium (For Men)
Closeouts. The Omni-Tech® waterproof breathable membrane in Columbia Sportswear's Elkton jacket keeps the outside elements from getting in, but still allows moisture to move away from the skin so you feel dry and comfortable even in cold, wet conditions.
From Columbia Sportswear's Titanium collection of high-performance apparel
Waterproof breathable Omni-Tech® membrane
Fully seam sealed
Zip-off brimmed hood with drawcord
Chest pocket with storm flap
Two-way YKK® front zip with touch-fasten storm flap
Right zipper pull
Two-way YKK® pit zips
Welded zip hand pockets
Interior goggle pocket
Interior audio pocket
Interior vertical pocket on both sides
Mesh lining wicks moisture and breathes
Attached snow skirt with elastic, grippy hem and snap closure
Reviewed by Pete and his deals from Atlanta, GA on Thursday, May 31, 2012
Geat jacket with plenty of warmth. Not a good spring jacket as it is warm and does not have a removable inner jacket. Perfect jacket for the Atlanta mild winters. Very stylish while maintaining its waterproof ability. Really like this jacket. Plenty of warmth for any skiing day!
Best Uses: Cold Weather, Skiing/Snowboarding, Wet Weather
Answered on 12/21/2010 12:00:00 AM by Customer Care from Sierra Trading Post
In the Rocky Mountains, this jacket is moderately warm. Some other climate it is probably considered much warmer. Great with a fleece beneath it.
Answered on 1/10/2011 12:00:00 AM by board4life from Wyoming
This jacket is warm, but if you hit the slopes you would need to layer underneath, perhaps a thermal and fleece under it.||I know when my boyfriend wore it to shovel snow in 30 degree weather he was sweating with only a sweater underneath it.||Its insulated, but its lightweight... so if you are hitting the slopes, its perfect to layer.
Answered on 2/4/2011 12:00:00 AM by jmlls07 from Boston, MA
I've been wearing it in humid 35-50F conditions throughout the last week. I typically wear a t-shirt or very light sweater underneath and am very comfortable/warm. I'd imagine, when the temp begins to drop, I will be more than warm enough if I added a fleece layer. The jacket provides enough space (not too much -- just right) for layering.||The wind blocking material seems to do a great job at keeping the cold wind away from my ears and entire upper body. (And it's waterproof/breathable to boot!)
Answered on 3/2/2011 12:00:00 AM by Philip from Mid-MO
We live in northern Wisconsin and temps get down -20 degrees with added wind chill factors and this Titanium Columbia is adequately warm.
Answered on 1/17/2012 12:00:00 AM by keek4 from merrill, wisconsin