Columbia Men's Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket

Columbia Men's Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket

Columbia Men's Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket

Columbia Men's Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. I've had this jacket for a while, a bit over a year now, and this is definitely not a rain jacket. The jacket is waterproof only for very short periods of time. If I wear it in heavy rain walking from my car into my office building, by the time I get to my desk, a less than 2 minute trip total, water is already starting so soak through and the inside of the back of the jacket is starting to get damp. Unfortunately I discovered this well after the return window, but its basically been like this since the first time I wore it in rain, about 2 months after purchase.Now, it never gets particularly soaked, but some water definitely permeates the jacket, and does so pretty quickly. Just to make sure it wasn't sweat and body humidity accumulating inside the jacket, I hung it on a chair, sprayed it down with a hose in the middle of the back, where there are no seams. After spraying I checked the inside was still dry, and let it sit for about 5 minutes. Coming back, it was damp inside. Putting the jacket on, it was damp enough I could feel the wetness on my back through the wicking polo shirt I had on almost immediately, but not so wet that my shirt looked wet when I took it off.Despite being somewhat water permeable, it isn't very breathable.Wearing this jacket in pre-storm weather on a warm summer day will very quickly result in a lot of sweat accumulating inside the jacket.This jacket is really more of a "water resistant, non breathable windbreaker" than anything else. Not impressed. I prefer my windbreakers to be much more breathable than this. I prefer my raincoats to be waterproof enough to stand in the rain for a half hour without getting wet. This jacket doesn't fit either.Perhaps I got a bad one, as there are some reviews like mine, and others claiming it is waterproof. Maybe some waterproof coating gets sprayed on at the factory and they forgot mine. Whatever the case, this isn't really a raincoat.austin mall,philadelphia mall,year-end giftColumbia Men's Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket
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Columbia Men's Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket

  • 100% Nylon
  • Imported
  • Zipper closure
  • Machine Wash
  • WATERPROOF TECHNOLOGY: You’ll love our Columbia Men's Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket, it features our Hydroplus waterproof nylon fabric for the ultimate in lightweight, wet weather, protection and comfort.
  • "li" COMPACT AND PACKABLE: A versatile waterproof jacket with an attached hood to ensure complete rain coverage, while its packable design lets you stow it away into its own chest pocket. Perfect for when the last drizzle subsides. "li" HANDY FEATURES: Featuring a convenient stow-away hood, zippered hand pockets, adjustable sleeve cuffs, and a drawcord adjustable hem locks in the dry and keeps out the wet.
    "li"VERSATILE FIT: This rain jacket features a timeless, versatile fit, that's perfect functional rainy-day wear.
  • BUILT TO LAST: Columbia’s attention to detail is what sets our apparel apart. Specifying only the highest quality materials, expert stitching and craftsmanship. This is a long-lasting jacket you will enjoy for seasons to come.
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Product description

The Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket is an everyday favorite, thanks to its classic outdoor style, with its easy to pack form, and storable hood, this is a flexible jacket ready for any surprise rain storm. It is a comfortable coat designed to protect you from the wind and wet weather. This is a great all-around windbreaker and rain coat. 

Crafted of our waterproof 100% Hyrdroplus nylon, this rain jacket keeps its promise of protection. It includes a handy stow-away hood that stays out of the way when you don't need it, while two zippered side pockets give a sense of protection, and the adjustable cuffs and drawcord adjustable hem work to lock the rain out. Rainy-day excursions have never been so effortless. This rain jacket is available in multiple colors and sizes. Available in extended sizing. Regular Fit. To ensure the size you choose is right, utilize our sizing chart and the following measurement instructions: For the sleeves, start at the center back of your neck and measure across the shoulder and down to the sleeve. If you come up with a partial number, round up to the next even number. For the chest, measure at the fullest part of the chest, under the armpits and over the shoulder blades, keeping the tape measure firm and level.


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Columbia Men's Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket

Columbia Men's Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket:we are a team of professionals who are working hard to provide you with the best products at the best prices, delivered to your door as soon as possible. I've had this jacket for a while, a bit over a year now, and this is definitely not a rain jacket. The jacket is waterproof only for very short periods of time. If I wear it in heavy rain walking from my car into my office building, by the time I get to my desk, a less than 2 minute trip total, water is already starting so soak through and the inside of the back of the jacket is starting to get damp. Unfortunately I discovered this well after the return window, but its basically been like this since the first time I wore it in rain, about 2 months after purchase.Now, it never gets particularly soaked, but some water definitely permeates the jacket, and does so pretty quickly. Just to make sure it wasn't sweat and body humidity accumulating inside the jacket, I hung it on a chair, sprayed it down with a hose in the middle of the back, where there are no seams. After spraying I checked the inside was still dry, and let it sit for about 5 minutes. Coming back, it was damp inside. Putting the jacket on, it was damp enough I could feel the wetness on my back through the wicking polo shirt I had on almost immediately, but not so wet that my shirt looked wet when I took it off.Despite being somewhat water permeable, it isn't very breathable.Wearing this jacket in pre-storm weather on a warm summer day will very quickly result in a lot of sweat accumulating inside the jacket.This jacket is really more of a "water resistant, non breathable windbreaker" than anything else. Not impressed. I prefer my windbreakers to be much more breathable than this. I prefer my raincoats to be waterproof enough to stand in the rain for a half hour without getting wet. This jacket doesn't fit either.Perhaps I got a bad one, as there are some reviews like mine, and others claiming it is waterproof. Maybe some waterproof coating gets sprayed on at the factory and they forgot mine. Whatever the case, this isn't really a raincoat.austin mall,philadelphia mall,year-end giftColumbia Men's Glennaker Lake Rain Jacket