Columbia Sportswear Rain Tech II Jacket

Priced: $83.97 - $92.95 Rated:   - 3 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
Columbia Sportswear Rain Tech II Jacket
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Torrential rains might slow down the drive, but the Columbia Rain Tech II Jacket ensures you make it to your appointments, meetings, and outdoor excursions without your dry clothes soaking up the rain like a sponge. This tough, hooded shell sheds rain drops equally well while traversing trails during thunderstorms or while hopping on the five-fifteen train on a Friday afternoon.


  • Stand-up collar with tricot lining

Weather and Wind:

  • Waterproof breathable Omni-Tech membrane, a DWR coating, and fully taped seams ensure this rain shell blocks out persistent rain
  • Fully seam sealed for complete waterproof protection
  • Waterproof zippers reduce vulnerabilities during the rainy season


  • Welded, watertight camlock zip chest pocket with interior media cord port
  • Welded, watertight camlock zip front with interior storm flap, zipper garage and chin guard


  • Hand pockets, a chest pocket, and an internal security pocket hold your essentials and electronics where they won't get wet

Lining and Layers:

  • Zip hand pockets with tricot lining
  • Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining holds your body heat close despite the damp, chilly weather, which comes in handy while camping or hiking in the rain


  • Body is polyester cross-dye fabric with solid print
  • Hood, shoulders and sleeves are polyester Columbia Base Camo with a subtle streak-like print
  • Adjustable storm hood, hook-and-loop cuffs, and an adjustable hem drawcord keeps the elements from blowing inside to your dry layers


  • Underarm ventilating zips
  • Underarm vents dumper excess heat during muggy summer storms


  • Attached, three-piece storm hood with drawcord adjustments and laminated brim


  • Made in Viet Nam


  • Omni-Heat thermal reflective system reflects and retains your own body heat for an average of 20% more warmth while relinquishing excess heat and moisture
  • US shipments only
  • Partially elasticized cuffs with touch-fasten adjustment
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Foul weather is a specialty of Columbia Sportswear's Rain Tech II jacket. Fully seam-sealed Omni-Tech waterproofing keeps wet weather out, and intelligently designed Omni-Heat lining retains vital body warmth when the temperatures dip.
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Breathable rating:10,000
Waterproof Rating:10,000mm
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Columbia Sportswear Rain Tech II Jacket Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

First off the fit was a little small but not by much compared to my other Columbia jackets. I love Columbia's Omni-Tech material and will continue to buy their products. I promise it will be worth it once you give it a try!

WONKA at on 07/02/2012

Headin to Costa Rica in a month ... I'll let u know how it holds up. The fit is true.( I'm 6'3 220 athletic build). XL is perfect.

step405743 at on 03/24/2013

Negative Reviews:

This is a great jacket for walking into work from the parking lot in a light drizzle. Thats where it ends. I went on an ATV trip to WV on a very cold and rainy weekend. This jacket failed. After about 2 hours of riding I was soaking wet all over the front torso and shoulders. My friends had cheap coleman pvc and were dry the whole trip. So I came home and ordered a well reviewed Marmot at twice the cost. I sure am glad I never took the Columbia backpacking.

Hokie99 at on 09/15/2012