Columbia Omni-Heat Ski Jackets

If you are prone to feeling the chill in colder climes, innovative sportswear company Columbia have created their most advanced ski jackets to date, combining their Omni-Heat technologies with revolutionary electric heat, produced on-demand with the simple press of a waterproof button.  The Omni-Heat Electric contains rechargeable battery packs that are small and securely tucked away, producing 4-6 hours of continuous heat. Containing a thermal reflective shell and a thermal reflective insulated liner,  the Omni-Heat products help to regulate your temperature by reflecting and retaining the warmth your body generates, all whilst allowing sweat to escape through its breathable material, keeping you dry and comfortable. Both stylish and lightweight, the men's Electro Amp Jacket and women's Snow Hottie Jacket can be worn underneath another ski jacket or by themselves in the evening on a lower setting.  The Circuit Breaker Softshell for both men and women is fully waterproof, with a removable, adjustable storm hood and under arm venting. [caption id="" align="alignnone" width="234" caption="Columbia Snow Hottie Jacket"][/caption] [caption id="attachment_1027" align="alignright" width="234" caption="Columbia Circuit Breaker Jacket"]
[/caption] Comfortable and flexible, the Columbia Circuit Breaker Softshell is great for all conditions due to the three heat level settings, with the added option of wearing over the top of the men's Electro Amp Jacket or women's Snow Hottie Jacket, keeping you toasty in even extreme conditions. Not only providing you with heat when and where you need it whilst stopping excess moisture, Omni-Heat Electrics are eco-friendly using 50% recycled content.  As Columbia Sportswear wrote, “When you're ready to plug into a new level of outdoor performance, the Electro Amp is charged and waiting”.  I couldn't have said it better myself. The Columbia Electro Amp, Circuit Breaker and Snow Hottie jackets are now in .

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