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I keep buying these and taking them to places I live outside the US. They are a transitional jacket in autumn, an extra layer of warmth in winter and handy for crisp mornings before they day warms up. They are light and wash easily, although they need to be washed cold and put in the dryer at low heat just long enough to fluff them up before hanging. When they eventually wear a little thin, I keep one near the bed to slip on when nights get a little too cold for comfort but not enough to turn on the heating. I find them the perfect take along for flights and convenient for gardening and housework.
NOT COLUMBIA!! FAAKKEEEEE!i have multiple others so when I received this and saw the name as a stitched on patch not embroidered into the jacket and another brands logo or whatever on the zippers I taped the box back up and shipped it back. Everything else seemed legit. But 🤷🏼♀️🤦🏼♀️
No way is this Columbia brand. I had a fleece Columbia jacket that lasted years. My Walmart fleece jacket is better quality than this. I can see through the fleece on this "Columbia" jacket it's so thin. Definitely not worth 40 bucks. On my way to return it.
Alright so I have had this jacket for two months now. Loved it at first, but man does this thing attract dirt. Trust me I know how to do laundry, I know how to do whites. This jacket is SO brown that it’s embarrassing to wear at school for clinicals. I only wear this jacket at school for about three maybe 4 hours every Tuesday and Thursday…. I just don’t understand how it could get so filthy. I even took it to the dry cleaners!! Spent $13.50 on it and it still looked the same as I had taken it in. Honestly just save your money and get a Patagonia jacket.