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Women’s Columbia Jackets Are Perfect for Fall — and On Sale Now

These quality outdoor jackets are a steal now through Sept. 7 during Amazon's Summer Sale Event. Select your size to see the savings!

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South Canyon Jacket

The South Canyon waterproof jacket is designed to keep you dry and comfortable whether you’re caught in a light drizzle or a downpour. Your stuff will stay protected too, thanks to the multiple handy pockets. There’s an interior security pocket, two zippered hand pockets and two front cargo pockets. Grab this versatile rain jacket right now for 45 percent off!

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Bugaboo II Fleece Interchange Jacket

The Bugaboo II Fleece Interchange Jacket not only keeps you warm and toasty, it’s actually two jackets in one. The outer shell is a waterproof-yet-breathable rain coat, and inside is a cozy fleece jacket. They can be worn separately or zipped together when you need extra protection from the wind and cold. Purchase during the sale and you’ll save almost $70.

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Splash A Lot Jacket

If you need an everyday rain jacket, the Splash A Lot Jacket is a great waterproof option that isn’t too cumbersome. Right now you can grab one for 25 percent off. The lightweight and breathable design includes an adjustable hood and a drop tail length in the back to keep you dry.

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Outdry Ex Reversible Jacket

Waterproof, warm and reversible, this is a great shell or layering staple for those who enjoy being active outdoors. The Outdry Ex Reversible II Jacket also features Columbia’s Omni-Shield technology. Unlike most fabrics that absorb moisture, Omni-Shield repels moisture and dries fast. Purchase during the Summer Sale Event and you’ll save almost $60 off. It’s a great all-weather clothing item every DIYer should own.

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Day Trippin’ Jacket

The Day Trippin’ Jacket is one of Columbia’s everyday staples that’s great for outdoor activities or simply running errands around town. One happy reviewer said, “It’s super comfortable. Not at all restricting in the arms or across the back, and it doesn’t make a ton of noise like other rain jackets can.” During the Summer Sale Event you can get it for 30 percent off.

If you need the perfect spot to hang your jacket, check out our mudroom organization tips!

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Ulica Jacket

If you want outdoor gear with lightweight protection from the rain, check out the Ulica Jacket. It features a draw cord adjustable hem to lock out the elements. And it’s seam-sealed, meaning the stitch holes and seams are treated to prevent them from leaking for maximum waterproofing. Some reviewers mention the sizing runs a little small, so keep that in mind when you’re ordering. It’s on sale for about $30 off.

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Sweet View Jacket

The Street View Jacket, Columbia’s version of the trendy puff jacket, is on sale for about 40 percent off, depending on your size. It features stylish quilting, but it’s not too puffy or bulky. We love the full zip-up collar for those days when there’s an extra nip in the air. This is an essential piece of cold-weather gear.

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Firwood Long Jacket

If you really want to stay dry, a long rain jacket is your best bet. The Firwood Long Jacket has a great minimalist style and a flattering drawstring waist. We also love the removable hood. Grab this jacket now and you’ll save around 40 percent.

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Erica Young
Erica Young is a freelance writer and content creator, specializing in home and lifestyle pieces. She loves writing about home decor, organization, relationships, and pop culture. She holds a bachelor's degree in Journalism and Mass Communication.