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Il est très difficile de trouver du 3x qui n’est pas tall et ce produit correspond à nos besoins .Sa coupe aussi est avantageuse et les couleurs choisies sont très jolies. De plus la veste intérieure est de coupe très simple et pas embarrassante avec une certaine amplitude ce qui n’était pas le cas chez les 3X que j’avais auparavant magasinés.Le prix est aussi très intéressent . HC
I have the same one different color, who as 10 years now and this one look like a cheap copy, It looks like my Pakistan NorthFace copy and it feels like it when it's cold out, this coat is a Spring and fall Not a Winter coat!!! I guess if you want a winter coat you need to pay 400$
amazing jacket i don't really care for plaid and you'll definitely want to wear a tuque otherwise amazing quality Columbia should just make all the clothes all over the world i've never heard of a crappy Columbia item
I'm glad I found this in a tall. There's a typo in the title of the item, but it's legit and sold directly through Columbia. This was the cheapest price I could find.
I did EXTENSIVE research before I settled on this Jacket. It was between this and the North Face Carto Triclimate. I decided on the Bugaboo because it felt more comfortable to me and has much better water proofing. It's also cheaper... Great jacket. I recommend going to Dick's Sporting Goods or a local outdoor shop to try on these jackets to get the perfect fit. Just grab this or the North Face Carto Triclimate depending on which feels more comfortable to you personally.
Owned one of these about 10 years ago and today's model is just not the same. Old one had a sturdier zipper, the hood went in the collar, there was a CD player waterproof pocket in the shell, and there was a button up piece of elastic in the bottom of the shell to keep out the draft. However, even with all these things I dislike, change happens and its still a damn fine coat. Water and windproof while very warm. Perfect for the Puget Sound area where we have 3 seasons in a day. For the record, im in no way, shape, or form putting this jacket down, as its an amazing piece of equipment. Im just venting my disappointments. In the hope the next version will have these things back in place. Overall, this jacket is worth every penny, and with good care will last 7-15 years.
First off, I don't consider this a "Jacket". I'm very much surprised that some of the reviews stating that the "COAT" is too light and thin. I Highly Disagree! Last year I purchased a Columbia rain "Jacket" or wind breaker. Great for rain showers, but has no warmth. I was afraid of two things: 1). The coat would be just like my rain/wind breaker but with a internal Liner. 2). I've purchased two other coats/jackets from Amazon in the past and both I had to send back because the mfg was using toddlers to size their coats. Meaning my jackets were over 2 sizes smaller than they should be. 1). Wow was I wrong and my opinion this "COAT" is Definitely NOT a thin wind breaker as stated in the negative reviews. The material is medium thickness and Warm, without the inner Liner! I was Happily surprised. 2). I'm a big guy and the size I ordered was 4X (yes that big!). It fit Perfectly!! The liner is very warm and easy to attached and detach in the jacket. Pockets are fine and large. I also like the hood which can be folded into the collar. I had a coat with a big hood which was a problem in a car. The head rest and hood was uncomfortable. Not with this one. Only Negative comment is that I agree with some of the reviews stating that the liner is longer than the coats sleeves. Which to me I just push under the sleeve, not a big deal. It's worth the cost I paid and I Highly Recommend it.
This is the 3rd Columbia Bugaboo Interchange Jacket I have owned over the past 30 years. Bottomline up front: Yes, the sleeves of the inner jacket are much longer than the outer jacket which looks really goofy and is impractical in wet weather. I played with the sleeves a bit, so if you tighten the outer jacket sleeves using the velco you can tuck the excessive inner jacket sleeves in, but this is a really poor design and I'm really disappointed in Columbia. Additionally, if the inner jacket had cuffed sleeves around the wrist area like previous Bugaboo versions' ithe sleeve length difference would be less of an issue. Finally, the inner jacket is really thin compared to previous versions. The inner jacket in the older versions could be worn in cold weather, but this inner jacket is very light and does not provide much warmth and once again since the sleeves are not cuffed at the wrist the jacket is only good in cool weather. I've decided to keep the jacket because I got a really good deal on it and I can make the sleeve issue work, but I would not recommend that you buy this jacket, Columbia needs to fix this issue ASAP.
First off this jacket will keep you warm. I'm in 6° weather in Wyoming right now and I'm staying warm outside. But the reason not 5 stars is because. The inter liner's cuffs are big as everyone says. They do not have elastic in them. I think they did this for wearing big gloves with the jacket but if your not it get very annoying. I fix this problem buy taking about an inch an a half of the cuff and folding it together and sewing it. That made it just right for my wrist. The other problem is the at the back near the bottom it does not zip or snap to the outside liner so it is just hanging there so when you put the jacket on it will fold up on your back. The last problem is the sleeves only have one snap to connect the inner liner to the outside liner and it hooks to it with a elastic strap so it moves more then it should. It is very warm and water proof. It does run big. I got the 3X tall and it is big on me which is not a problem for me because I'm a big guy(6' 3" and 275lb) so it is hard to find cloths that are big on me. But for $200 you think that the problems most people are having would not be a problem. I would say it more like $125 to $150 at best.
As others who have purchased this fantastic jacket indicated. The fleece sleeves do seem to trail your hand out the sleeve when putting on this jacket. But, that is such a minor thing in my opinion. High quality from opening the bag! I paid 1/4 of the price that this retails for on Amazon Outlet! So I am keeping it! I purchased a 3XT since I am a little rotund at 280 lbs and 6'2" tall. So this size is a little long for me but...who cares. The velcro straps at the end of the sleeves can be cinched up! I bought this waterproof beauty for my upcoming Alaska cruise. I thought that the ability to remove and wear the fleece on the ship would be perfect and then reassemble it into the jacket for my excursions. I pushed the "buy it now" button for the copper colored jacket. I is NOT as bright as it appears on the web pages. It is actually the color of a new copper penny. So it may be a little more attention grabbing than I prefer. But, for the LOW price I paid...I can wear it with zero issues.
Bought this for son who has long arms and is about 6 ft tall. He usually likes xl for clothes so they are long enough and baggy. However he didn’t want to be swimming in his coat. I bought it in Lg tall and I maybe could have sized down to medium tall but not sure if it would have been too snug. It’s great quality and it has the waist/hip adjustments inside the coat so he can make it tighter as needed. He is happy with the coat and so am I. The length of the arms is perfect with maybe an extra inch to spare. With the wrist adjustments, he can make the arms stay where he likes. I was hoping it would come down a little lower in overall length as it hits about an inch or so below the hip on him. His torso is on the average to shorter side with 34-35 inch waist.