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Columbia Womens Mighty Lite III Jacket

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Product Description

Columbia Womens Mighty Lite III Jacket is a high performance jacket featuring Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology. This technology combined with unique Omni-Shield advanced moisture repellent shell keeps you warm and dry. Exceptionally lightweight with the shell being made of triple ripstop for tear resistance. its drawcord hem will seal in the warmth and keep the cold out. The interior of this quality coat has a security pocket and the zippered external pockets provide ample room for your essentials. Rounding out the fine features of the Mighty Lite III is comfort cuffs with thumbholes so you sleeves will stay put.

Columbia Womens Mighty Lite III Jacket Features:

  • Omni-Shield advanced moisture repellency
  • Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology
  • Water resistant and insulated
  • Interior security pocket
  • Exterior zippered hand pockets
  • 100% polyester Windowpane Triple Ripstop shell
  • 100% polyester Omni-Heat Reflective Microtex Light lining
  • 100% polyester Microtemp 60gm insulation

Omni-Heat Thermal Reflective Technology
Helps regulate your temperature by reflecting and retaining the warmth your body generates, while dissipating moisture and excess heat to keep you comfortable.


Omni-Shield Water and Stain Repellent Technology

Helps you stay clean and dry by resisting the absorption of liquids into the yarns to prevent staining the garment or footwear. Water and stain repellent.

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"Love what Mack's Prairie Wings does for the hunting community! Not only Waterfowl. Looking forward to representing their logo out in the field and out in the town." Aug 2015