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Product Code: 2B110195

Colour:
  • Bright Plum Dobby
  • Purple Dahlia Dobby
  • Red Hibiscus
  • Black Metallic
  • Mirage Metallic
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  • Abyss / Optic Dobby

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Fierce, feminine and highly functional. This sophisticated Lay “D” Jacket from Columbia knows how to work a mountain as well as it knows how to work the urban scene.


550-fill power down and our new thermal reflective technology creates a stop-cold barrier between you and frigid temps. Rain, sleet and spills simply bead off the exterior, thanks to Omni-Shield advanced repellency. Inside, an Omni-Heat Reflective lining offers 20% more warmth than ordinary liners. Removable faux fur frames the hood, while a lusciously soft high-pile fleece lines the collar for cozy comfort. Clever baffling lines create a welcome slimming effect; raglan sleeves enhance mobility. Interior security and media pockets provide handy stash spots for tunes, smart phone and more.


FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY on all orders 27th - 31st August 2015

Product Features

  • Fabric:
  • Shell: 100% polyester Act II
  • Satin sateen, 51% modacrylic/34% acrylic/15% polyester
  • Rocky Raccoon faux fur
  • Lining: 100% Thermal Reflective, 100% polyester Lushious pile fleece
  • Insulation: 80% duck down/20% feather
  • Omni-Heat Reflective thermal lining
  • Omni-Shield advanced repellency
  • 550-fill power down insulation
  • Removable, adjustable storm hood with removable faux fur trim
  • Underarm venting
  • Drawcord adjustable hem and waterproof zip-closed pockets
  • Removable, snap-back powder skirt
  • Media and goggle pocket
  • Comfort cuffs with thumb holes
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Womens Lay 'D' Jacket reviews verified by Reevoo

(9.4 out of 10)
Quality
9.6
Comfort
9.7
Features
8.5
Fit
9.1
Value for money
8.6
Overall rating
9.4
Scores 9.4 out of 10 based on 12 reviews
(10 out of 10)

Alden

Beautiful warm down jacket.
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I am delighted with this beautiful jacket which I am very lucky to have. Thank you. I haven't the chance to wear it yet however I have tried it on and it is a perfect fit. I am a good size 16. Thank you for the way it was delivered. Best wishes to all at Cotswold. Margaret Quinlan
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Confirmed purchase: 22 July 2015
Published on: 23 August 2015
(9 out of 10)

Claire

Oxfordshire Enthusiast
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This coat has a great fit, so avoids the hit water tank insulation jacket look of many others. I wanted one with a faux fur trim as it really filters out the snow if you are walking into wind.

Incredibly warm so probably overkill for most UK walks but it is ideal for standing on freezing cold platforms. I bought it partly for trips to Sweden where having one coat to put on before you go out into sub zero temperatures is far easier than multiple layers. Pitzips are useful too when it is to cold to take off your coat but you are just that bit too warm.
Zip isn't as sturdy as I'd expect - take a few moments to line it up or you can end up such in as it jams.
Confirmed purchase: 12 January 2015
Published on: 09 June 2015
(10 out of 10)

Alice

Salisbury Enthusiast
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Comfortable and warm. Lovely colour. Easy to wear. Love the stretchy hand warming things at the end of the sleeves.
Collar is a bit high so lies flat and looks slightly bulky.
Confirmed purchase: 16 January 2015
Published on: 18 May 2015