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Columbia Timberturner Jacket M Male M

Timberturner Jacket - Men's White/Collegiate Navy 2, M - Good

$86.36

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$169.99

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Model

Timberturner Jacket

Item

767734

Type

Closeout

Size

Male M

Gender

Men

Condition

Good

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Product Information

Product Condition: The Timberturner Jacket - Men's is in Good condition. This jacket was previously owned for 3 weeks. The following observations were made regarding this item:

*There are no holes or rips in the material.

*The are small stains on back of the jacket from use.

*This will be in good condition addition to your wardrobe, all zippers function as they should.

*All items sold as is, all warranties void.

Size: Male M

Color: White/Collegiate Navy 2

Retail Cost: $169.99

Zip up the Columbia Timberturner Jacket before heading to the hill to provide yourself with the coverage and warmth you need to enjoy a day of skiing. The Omni-tech shell blocks out weather and remains breathable, while the Mictrotemp insulation and Omni-Heat reflective lining traps body heat to keep you feeling warm and toasty while you carve up groomers. As your day goes from good to great, ski and snowboard specific pockets hold your goggles, pass, and phone to keep you organized.


Timberturner Jacket (DWGATDC)

Tech Specs

Material

[membrane/laminate] Omni-Tech, [face fabric] 100% nylon, [lining] Omni-Heat Reflective

Insulation

100g Microtemp XF

Seams

critical seams sealed

Fit

regular

Length

hip

Center Back Length

31in

Hood

adjustable

Pockets

[external] 2 zippered hand, 1 ski pass, [internal] 1 security, 1 goggle

Venting

none

Powder Skirt

adjustable

Claimed Weight

[medium] 1lb 13oz

Activity

all-mountain skiing, all-mountain riding

Questions

Question

Hi there. I am interested in purchasing this jacket. Could you possibly provide pictures of the stains on the back? Thank you.

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20 hours