Columbia Sportswear Triple Trail II Shell

Priced: $138.73 - $146.23 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 2 reviews.
Columbia Sportswear Triple Trail II Shell
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REI (2012) (closeout)
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$138.73
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Regularly: $325.00
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Regularly: $325.00
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Columbia Sportswear Triple Trail II Shell -

The Columbia Men's Triple Trail II Shell is serious protection for serious athletes. Theis waterproof breathable shell features Omni-Wick technology to draw moisture away from your body to keep you dry and comfortable all day, even during heavy aerobic activities. 2-way stretch not only makes the Triple Trail II more durable, it gives you and unlimited range of motion and makes the jacket more comfortable.

Insulation:

  • Helmet-compatible, adjustable storm hood offers excellent protection from the elements and unhindered peripheral vision when cinched down

Weather and Wind:

  • Zippered pockets keep your stuff inside, even when skiing, and keep cold air from entering

Zippers:

  • Water-resistant, 2-way zipper has an internal stormflap; abrasion-resistant chin guard protects delicate skin

Pockets:

  • Interior security pocket keeps valuables safe

Fabric:

  • Rugged yet supple, waterproof, breathable Omni-Tech®/nylon laminate construction keeps you dry in all conditions; factory-sealed seams
  • Drawcord adjustable hem and adjustable cuffs seal in warmth or let you ventilate depending on weather and activity level
  • Fabric also employs 2-way stretch for a comfortable fit during active endeavors
  • Omni-Shield fabrics dry 3 to 5 times faster than untreated fabrics
  • Droptail hem; stretch-mesh-lined, zip hand pockets; internal security pocket; stretch-mesh drop-in pocket

Lining and Layers:

  • Omni-Heat® thermal reflective lining boosts heat retention by an average of 20% over regular lining to keep you cozy on long days out in the cold

Ventilation:

  • Underarm venting allows you to dump heat quickly
  • Columbia Triple Trail II jacket features underarm vents with 2-way zippers provide on-demand ventilation

Manufactured:

  • Omni-Tech membrane is made with pores that are too small for water to pass through but large enough for water vapor so moisture inside can get out but water can't get in

Features:

  • Omni-Shield resists all liquids below 170 degrees Fahrenheit to keep you dry and clothes from becoming stained
  • Closeout
  • Omni-Heat reflective liner reflects heat back in toward your body while allowing excess heat and moisture to escape
  • Drop tail for added coverage
REI (2012) (closeout)

Lightweight, comfortable and perfect for sudden weather changes, the Triple Trail II Shell rain jacket from Columbia is a great addition to any pack.

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Activity:Multisport
Back length:Hip-length
Back length (in.):29 inches
Fabric:Nylon / nylon blend
Hood:Yes
Insulated:No
Shell fabric:(Body) 89% nylon/11% elastane / (panels) 92% nylon/8% elastane
Shell lining fabric:Omni-Heat thermal reflective polyester
Type of waterproofing:Omni-Tech 3-layer waterproof breathable laminate
Waterproof:Yes
Windproof:Yes
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Columbia Sportswear Triple Trail II Shell Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

My 'go to' rain jacket

This jacket kept me dry during the 2013 Seahawks v 49rs lighting & thunderstorm at Centurylink. My seats are uncovered and I stayed dry and warm (with my layers). All around me people left for cover and I just stood up and let the rain fall and let this jacket protect me. I only wish I had pants made of the same stuff!
skowalsky at REI on 09/09/2013

Neutral Reviews:

I purchased this jacket but returned it after trying it for a few days. I didn't try this jacket much in the elements so can't really speak much to it's technical aspects but it didn't seem warm at all even at 45-50 degrees.
That said the jacket had a few issues that I really didn't like and I didn't think it was worth the price even at over 50% off retail. The fabric is really stiff and noisy which seems cheap for a $300+ jacket. It also lacks pockets with two just two huge hand pockets and one very small interior pocket. It does have what appears to be a goggle pocket inside but with the snug athletic fit of the jacket I consider it somewhat worthless. Even my cell phone protruded seemed odd in the small interior pocket. One other issue is that the pit zips seemto be located or constucted poorly and are uncomfortable.
On the plus side this is a pretty sharp looking jacket and I think it would be great for active pursuits at 30-40 degree plus weather. I'm 5'11 and 175 and the large fit well.

bphp832844 at Backcountry.com on 11/14/2013