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Columbia Sportswear Killick Storm Jacket - Omni-Shield® (For Big and Tall Men)
Closeouts. A lightweight, everyday companion, Columbia Sportswear's Killick Storm jacket toughs out almost any activity with durable ripstop and turns away mild weather conditions with Omni-Shield® advanced repellency.
Average Rating based on 7 reviews 3.428571 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by BigMachine from Pinehurst, NC on Wednesday, February 20, 2013At 6'6", the 2X Tall fit perfectly. I tried a 2X on in a store, and it hit at my waist, which was shorter than I wanted. The 2X Tall provided the extra length, without additional width in the body. It turns water and is a great weight without adding bulk. Exactly what I was looking for!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by DD from Novi, mi on Tuesday, February 5, 2013I use this as a wind block layer between fleece top jacket then fleece top, stops the wind allows you to wear to fleece tops without them binding on each other
Verified Buyer Reviewed by rip from N.O., La. on Monday, December 3, 2012Product was smaller then typical Columbia products
Verified Buyer Reviewed by JVictoria from Jamaica, NY on Thursday, November 29, 2012I'm not happy with this item and I'm sending it back.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Not Jim the Runner from MA on Wednesday, November 7, 2012Its a very smooth, comfortable jacket. Reasonably fashionable. It kept me dry and warm during a little snow storm. The chest pocket is a little small, but it comes in handy (I use it for my cell phone). Overall a good buy.
- Best Uses: Light snow, RAINY, WINDY
- Pros: Comfortable, Lightweight
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Purdue Student from Lafayette, IN on Monday, October 29, 2012I use this jacket for commuting over a columbia Omni-Shield fleece. This jacket is not insulated, but the arms have two layers of fabric that create dead air space, keeping you warmer. The body has a mesh lining which does not good as far as warmth, but makes this jacket more suitable for 4 season use. The Columbia stuff layers fantastically; if you buy one of their fleece jackets, a Columbia shell of the same size will fit over it without being too bulky. This arrangement keeps me warm into the low 30's under moderate to low activity with a long sleeve t shirt or thermal underneath. The jacket itself is lightweight, repels light rain fantastically, and packs up small to fit in my backpack for my bike commute home in the evening once the temperature has gotten higher. Great jacket. Looks and fits well-to give an idea of sizing, I bought an XL and I am 6'2" with long arms (The arms are long enough, even for biking) and a muscular build.
- Best Uses: Backpacking, Commuting, Every day use
- Cons: Not good for heavy rain
- Pros: Dry, Fits Well, Warm
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nobama12 from Indianapolis, IN. on Wednesday, October 17, 2012I thought it was going to be a coat but it's a rain jacket. No issues though, it's nice and i'll wear it. The price was right.
- Best Uses: Rain jacket
- Cons: NOT a winter coat
- Pros: Lightweight