Columbia Men's Ascender Softshell Hoodie

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Product Description

The Columbia Men's Ascender Softshell Hoodie is ideal for the windy peaks, and the rainy climb to reach them. It is a versatile classic from a name you know and trust for making the best in protective outerwear. Features Omni-Shield advanced repellency. This technology forms a barrier that resists light rain and stains, keeping you clean and protected during your everyday travels. Omni-Shield treated fabric dries 3-5 times faster than untreated fabric and will not hold moisture like conventional fabrics, staying lighter even when wet.

Columbia Men's Ascender Softshell Hoodie Features:

  • Fabric: Shell - 100% polyester shotshell
  • Onmi-Shield advanced repellency
  • Water and wind resistant
  • Bonded softshell
  • Drawcord adjustable hem
  • Zip closed pocket
  • Imported

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Omni-Shield Technology
Omni-Shield delivers protection from the outdoors where you least expect it but need it most. This coated fabric resists all liquids below 170 degrees from absorbing into the yarns and staining the garment (without any effect on the feel of the material). The fabric itself will also dry 3-5 times faster than untreated fabric, without holding moisture like a conventional fabric, meaning it stays lighter even when its wet.
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"As a waterfowl hunter located on the Atlantic Flyway I am constantly researching and replacing hunting clothing and gear on a regular basis. Mack's Prairie Wings provides competitive prices with responsive service to customer needs. I will continue to purchase from MPW when needed (and sometimes when not). " June 2014