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The Columbia Women's Evapouration Jacket is a rain jacket for wet weather any time. Out in the woods to daily life, it's the shell you can count on to always be around. It packs into its own pocket for travel or dry days, ready to be thrown on your back when the gray skies open up. The 100% nylon fabric uses Omni-Tech technology for waterproof, breathable performance with Omni-Wick EVAP advanced evaporation to keep you more comfortable on the inside. Open up the pit zips for rain protection on the hottest days, as it releases excess heat from your core more quickly.
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FEATURES of the Columbia Women's EvaPOURation Jacket
Omni-Wick EVAP advanced evaporation
Omni-Tech waterproof/breathable fully seam sealed
Attached, adjustable storm hood
Drawcord adjustable hem
Adjustable sleeve cuffs
Packable into hand pocket
Zipper Garage, Hood, Waterproof, Packable, Adjustable Cuffs, Adjustable Drawcord Hem
Helmet Compatible, Fixed, Adjustable
100 % Nylon
Type of Waterproofing:
Columbia Omni-Wick EVAP, Columbia Omni-Tech
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Trail Running, Casual
Columbia Omni-Wick Evap
A moisture wicking technology to keep you dry and comfortable, even as you sweat. The special fabric pulls the moisture from your skin, then spreads it out over a large surface area, allowing it to evaporate faster.
The waterproof, windproof and breathable technology for getting outdoors in wet and windy conditions. Your body heat escapes while rain can't come inside. Sorta magical, but mostly just science.
Rated 4 out of
High-Quality Basic That Does It's JobI was looking for a basic lightweight rain shell with "pit zips" for ventilation while exercising, and this jacket does the trick! I've already used it a couple of times in moderate rain, and it's kept me dry. The zippers near the arm pits allow for good ventilation, and the hood keeps me dry without getting in the way. I also like that the sleeves are long enough (I am 5'10" and often have a problem with too-short sleeves).
The only suggestions I would have to make this jacket better are a smoother zipper (the sealing material makes it a little hard to zip up), and a hanging loop on the inside (there is currently one on the outside).
Date published: 2014-03-29
Rated 2 out of
NOT MEANT FOR PROLONGED PERIODS OF RAIN[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I am outdoors often, and for long periods of time. I have worn this jacket as a teacher for about 30-45mins at a time for arrival and dismissal, and the insides of the sleeves always felt damp, but I dismissed it as body heat, as the jacket is moisture-wicking.
Yesterday, I hiked for 5 hours in 30mph winds, rain, & sleet. While the jacket does keep out the wind, it does not hold up against rain for long periods of time. I was soaked, disappointed, and finally resorted to an emergency poncho to try to keep from getting any more wet. Time to find a truly waterproof jacket.
Date published: 2020-01-19
Rated 5 out of
A great spring/summer jacketThis jacket is very breathable and the rain just falls off of the material. I bought the red hibiscus and I love the color! I would say that because it is so breathable, I tend to wear a long sleeve for the spring rains to keep me comfy (hence why I call it for spring/summer use). I wear size large normally and got the jacket in large. I can wear a fleece zip-up under the jacket and it still looks find. The hood fits great with ponytails and keeps my face dry. For improvement of design, I would suggest to alter the zipper so it is easier to use. Currently it tends to get stuck more often than I would desire.
Date published: 2015-01-18
Rated 5 out of
LOVE THIS PRODUCT![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I purchased the arctic blue and the blue is actually quite a bit lighter than it looks in the picture, and I loved it so much more! This coat is functional anyone who hikes, camps or might just be caught out in the rain quite a bit for their job like me. I am 6'1 and often times run into issues with coats being short in the arms and in the torso. That is not the case with this coat! It is very breathable and I am able to fit a long sleeve shirt underneath it without it being snug. If you are looking for a lightweight coat to keep you dry I would definitely recommend this product
Date published: 2019-08-12
Rated 5 out of
My favorite light weight rain coat![This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The first time I wore this jacket I was on a vacation in Seattle. That day, it rained for 24 hours straight and did not let up for a second! I was outside all day on walking tours, etc. and rain never seeped through once! I was completely dry while my other two friends were soaking wet with their "water-proof jackets." It has a lot of hidden zippers/pockets and adjustable components to fit the jacket to your needs. My favorite part is the hood which you can adjust according to how low you want the hood on your face. It also has a sort of cap on the hood that acts as a great barrier to the rain! Overall, I love the bright orange color and durability of this jacket.
Date published: 2018-01-19
Rated 5 out of
Great rain coat[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The Evapouration Rain coat is lightweight and compact when folded. A medium fits me perfectly for my size, 5'7" 122 lbs. I love the technology that Columbia used to make this rain coat as the rain beads on the coat and when you shake the wet coat, the water just rolls right off. I appreciate the zippers under the arms to vent the coat and also the roomy zippered pockets for my hands. The coat provides great coverage as it is long enough so that it covers my butt so the rain doesn't roll onto my pants. My daughter also has one and she loves it too.
Date published: 2018-09-08
Rated 3 out of
Waterproof but wasn't breathableI purchased this in Foxglove for a week long walking trip in the English Cotswolds. I wore it occasionally during the trip and on one whole day it rained. While it seemed to keep the rain out - the inside became wet. Just didn't seem to breathe as stated. I wore moisture wicking base layers under. Each time I removed the jacket, the inside seemed as wet as the outside. My clothing however was dry.
The hood worked well, but had to purchase a ball cap to keep the brim up.
On a prior trip to Alaska I used a much more expensive Columbia jacket that truly was breathable, but was more than 2x the price.
Date published: 2015-05-20
Rated 3 out of
Good product, but not recommended for warm climates[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] My husband and I purchased the male and female versions of this jacket because we needed new rain coats. We liked that it was waterproof, but had vents to prevent overheating. Unfortunately, the jacket doesn't breathe at all even with the vents open. Even though it is waterproof, the inside becomes wet if you do the slightest bit of activity or spend any real time walking around in it. I also find the hood extremely annoying. The string adjustments are not easy to use and it is hard to get the hood to sit in the right place. It's either blocking my face or not covering my head enough. This was a replacement for a sailing jacket I lost which had similar waterproofing technology and vents that wasn't from Columbia. That jacket didn't have this breathability problem, so I'm disappointed in this purchase from Columbia.