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Faux Fur Coat White Jacket Women Long Sleeve Winter Coats Cheap clothes, free shipping worldwide

Faux Fur Coat White Jacket Women Long Sleeve Winter Coats Cheap clothes, free shipping worldwide


New price: $20.30 USD



Описание товара


Embellishment Faux Fur Sleeve Length Long Sleeve
Pattern Solid Color Season Winter
Style Casual Lining Material Polyester
Fabric Faux Fur Shown Color White
Fill materials Cotton Type Faux Fur Coat
Bust(inch) S :35¼-37¼, M :36½-38½, L :38¼-40¼, XL :39¾-41¾ Length(inch) S :28, M :28¼, L :28¾, XL :29¼
Weight 0.50kg




October 23, 2017
After trying numerous other brands, this RAINJACKET is IT! Perfect fit. Other brands only came in Small (no X-Small) & not that great style wise, etc. The smalls were always too large.

The X-Small of the Columbia Women's Switchback is exactly what I needed. It is lightweight and very comfortable. For what you get, the price is excellent. Well made. Will definitely get in other colors! I'm 4'10" @ 100 lbs. to give idea of how fits. True to size.
May 19, 2016
I went with the other reviews on this jacket and sized up because I didn't want the jacket to be fitted. I normally wear a size small but I ordered a size medium. I probably could have gone with a size small and been comfortable and been able to layer a shirt or even long sleeve under the small. The only reason I kept the medium is because there is enough room to fit a sweater underneath it during the colder months but it also doesn't look too bulky on its own. It doesn't have a liner so if you live in humid,rainy weather like I do, it may stick to you when it gets warm. I have used this jacket multiple times in the rain now and it works perfectly and keeps me dry. My only other complaint is that the hood does not always stay on my head if it's really windy out. It does have strings to tighten the hood but it does come loose. Besides the few complaints I had about this jacket, overall I really do like this jacket. It keeps me dry, it's light enough to wear during the rainy warm months and it packs down to fit into my purse or backpack, which I LOVE!
July 27, 2017
I purchased this rain jacket for a trip to England and Scotland. Since I was going in the summer, I did not want a lined jacket. Just something to put on over my t-shirts and sweater and as it turned out a sweatshirt. We were also going to the British Open, so the pink color was perfect for my traveling companions to find me. I bought a size Large (150 lbs, 5'4") and it fit fine. The jacket has two inside pockets. I wore this almost every day as showers would pop up almost daily. It easily folded into my tote and kept me dry. Excellent value for the price.
December 23, 2017
The color is much more pink than red which is what I was hoping for based on other reviews. Jacket is extremely lightweight and slightly sheer so you can see designs on clothing underneath which I don't mind. There is a back vent to make sure you don't get too much trapped humidity while wearing. My only gripe is that the hood stows away into the collar which means that the collar is always present and is quite substantial which I feel looks a little weird when the hood is out. Can't beat the price though!
November 30, 2017
Columbia is always good quality, however, I was tremendously disappointed at the color. It was listed as purple, and clearly looks purple in the photo, but it came as a royal blue! I was going to send it back, but my daughter just turned 13 and getting to be roughly my size, and she wanted it because coincidentally her school colors are Royal blue and white, so it did work out--for her. I finally found a jacket in an outlet store. So just be aware, if you really want a PURPLE raincoat, this one is NOT.
December 29, 2015
I got the lilac color and my sister got the teal color, and they were pretty close to the color in the display image. It looks like these colors are not available anymore, according to the current listings. I got my rain jacket over a year ago and it is still in great shape. This is a thin rain jacket - the fabric is a little transparent and it definitely is not a jacket you would wear for warmth - I will often pair it with a fleece underneath. This works well for keeping out rain and wind. The pockets and stowaway hood all work well. Pockets are not lined. Sleeves are long - see pictures - but I like them that way! You can tuck your hands in to stay dry.I bought it for trips to India and Bolivia in their rainy seasons and it held up admirably! If you are in soaking conditions for a long time (hours) then water can get through this jacket. Most rain jackets are not 100% waterproof because they also need breathability - this one is listed as water resistant, which is accurate. Good purchase and I would highly recommend this jacket!
April 26, 2013
let's start with the minimal cons:
material is lightweight water resistant nylon that is slightly noisy and wrinkles easily.
no storm flap over the zipper.

now the pros:
packs into its own pocket (though it wrinkles less if carefully folded and tucked into back vent).
hood folds up into collar, and I'm very fond of the height and look of the collar when the hood is hidden.
zipper does have inside flap that appears to prevent water from permeating.
sleeves are long enough to cover most of my hands (I like extra long sleeves) but do have velcro adjusters so they can be pushed up.
fit is perfect at chest and hips, while not being TOO big in waist (I am an hourglass curved size 16 (waist considerably smaller than chest and hips) and ordered a size large jacket). I could probably fit a light fleece or sweater under it without it feeling tight at the chest or shoulders.

unfortunately during my entire trip in Seattle it has been sunny, so I haven't been able to test the water/air permeability. while it is a very basic rain jacket, it doesn't look cheap, and I feel that amazon's price of $30 was worth it.
October 13, 2014
I purchased this and three other jackets in preparation for a trip I was going on where I knew there'd be some light to moderate rain. Since the weather was otherwise expected to be warm, I didn't want to pack a heavy rain jacket, so I was in search of a light, packable, water resistant shell...preferably under $50. Of the four jackets I'd purchased, I wound up keeping this one...and after having used it on my trip, I'm glad to say that I'm very happy with my choice.

Please note that this is a shell and doesn't have an inner lining for warmth. If you're just looking for something to just keep the rain off, this is a great option! It packs down easily into its own pocket, and kept me dry while standing in moderate rain for 3hrs...it didn't seep through the fabric AT ALL. The hood provided adequate coverage for my head and easily tucks away into the collar when it isn't needed, and has an elastic bungee cord for adjustment. The zipper pockets were great for stashing my cell phone and camera and kept those dry as well.

I purchased this jacket in the Groovy Pink color, which is a very bright, bold pink...great for when you'd like a pop of color when the weather outside is gloomy and gray. I'm typically a size small to medium (I'm 5'4" and 125 lb), and purchased this in a medium so I could layer under during cold weather for year-round wear...it's pretty roomy if you only have on a single layer, but will fit well over additional layers and I personally prefer the more relaxed fit. The cut of the jacket keeps it from looking *too* bulky.

For those interested, I'd also purchased (and returned) the following jackets:

1) Sierra Designs Microlight 2 - would've been my 2nd choice after the Columbia Switchback, due to its fit, packability (comes with its own pouch) and roomy hood. However, after testing a drop of water on the fabric, the water gradually seeped through after sitting for a few minutes. Probably only good for light rain and I wanted something more water resistant.

2) Columbia Auroras Wake II - the fabric of this one is similar to the Sierra Designs Microlight 2, so not as water resistant as I would've liked. It's also more of a rain jacket with an inner lining for some additional warmth, and if it had the ability to pack into itself, I couldn't figure it out! Sizing seemed to run smaller than the Switchback (probably due to the lining), but still fit me okay.

3) Charles River Pack-n-Go Windbreaker - this is actually a men's jacket, but I figured I'd give it a try...I kinda figured it wouldn't be my best bet, but I thought it might surprise me (nope). The overall size of the XS that I'd ordered was okay, but it was a looser, bulkier overall fit that I didn't like.

I was able to get this jacket for about 50% of the original price, and since it worked out well for my particular need, I couldn't be happier with my purchase. I'm considering keeping it in my car in anticipation of unexpected weather, and am even considering buying another one to keep in my purse!
February 10, 2017
Couldn't find many petite reviews so here's mine:
The XS fits great! I'm 5'1 100lbs. I like boxy fits (especially for jackets since I layer a lot) so I was worried thinking I should get a S but the XS is still very roomy! The jacket length is perfect- doesn't past the hip too much. The sleeve length is long but that's fine. It's not a hard fix to scrunch it up or fold it.
November 4, 2016
I wanted to be clear you can stuff this jacket into it's pocket, as someone answered that incorrectly.