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Columbia Sportswear Powerfly Hybrid Down Omni-Heat® Jacket - 800 Fill Power (For Women)

Closeouts. Low bulk, no nonsense and really warm, Columbia Sportswear's Powerfly Hybrid down jacket turns up the toastiness notch with compressible 800 fill power down and an interior Omni-Heat® thermal reflective system.

Average Rating based on 3 reviews 5.000000 0 5
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  • Reviewed by durangomama from Colorado on Monday, March 31, 2014
    I really love this jacket! Super light and toasty warm. I like the collar and how long the sleeves are, they don't cut off above my wrist and the stretchy cuffs are nice. I live at 8,000 ft in the mountains and I will wear this all winter long. Not heavy like a ski jacket with zip-in liner. Definitely glad I ordered a size up, otherwise it would be hard to wear any sort of sweater or extra layer under it. I am 5'9', normally weigh 145, I ordered an XL. I just had a baby and am 25# heavier than normal. This fits me great right now and I am sure it will fit fine when I get back to my normal weight.
  • Reviewed by Hiker and Dog Walker from Maryland on Sunday, May 5, 2013
    I am very pleased with the Columbia Powerfly Down Omni-Heat Jacket. For Columbia apparel, I fluctuate between an XS and S. Based on other reviews, I ordered a Small and I'm glad I did. The fit is athletic but not too tight with very nice freedom of movement. I like the cuff on the sleeves - many other down sweaters do not offer this nice feature. I appreciate the warm without the "bulk." I ordered the color green and it's gorgeous! I prefer the nature-inspired colors rather than the neon ones. Great color choice from Columbia!

    I highly recommend this jacket, hence my 5 star rating.
  • Reviewed by Katphilhikes from kat on Wednesday, April 24, 2013
    I bought this after-season, but I was still able to try it out one night, as it turned out. Not real eager to be split up for the night, my husband and I decided to crash in the car while at a weekend WFA training, as there were "boys" and "girls" dorms (how quaint). Since it was light and packed so small in it's stuff sack, I decided to throw it into my pack. I wore it over a few layers and in my 20 year old down bag, and i was as toasty as could be - and it was COLD outside! It was 35F when we woke up at 6:30, so it was likely around 30 overnight. I'll be wearing this little jacket constantly next winter. It's by far one of the best pieces of outdoor clothing I now own.
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