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BrandColumbia
Product NameColumbia Men's Watertight Ii Jacket
CategoryClothing
Short DescriptionGet top-notch protection in an ultra-light package with the Watertight Ii jacket from Columbia, designed with waterproof yet breathable fabric and compact enough to pack into its own pocket.
Model1533891615S
Created05-15-2022 4:37:49am
Modified05-15-2022 10:46:40pm
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