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Latest Columbia Reviews

  • Columbia by Drainmaker™ II Posted: Jul 31, 2014 Reviewer: JB from Maui, Hawaii Overall: 4 Stars Comfort: 3 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    This is a great looking water "sneaker", the drainage system is uniquely cool and the yellow sole a great match to the light grey. That's what attracted me in purchasing. Unfortunately I found these Drainmakers heavier, stiffer and warmer than what I'm used to in a water shoe as I've been wearing Merrell Drizzles almost 10 years. I'm sure the Drainmaker would break-in eventually, but I would rather have the comfort and lightness for the tropics straight out of the box so bought another set of Merrell. The comments that this Drainmaker II was a water shoe built like a sneaker is correct, it would take a beating probably pretty well.
  • Columbia by Tamiami™ II L/S Shirt Posted: Jul 31, 2014 Reviewer: from San Diego area Overall: 5 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    Love this shirt! It kept the intense sun off me at Lake Powell but is so light I hardly know it's on. I like the sleeve snaps to keep them rolled up.
  • Columbia by Cross On Over™ II Plaid Short Posted: Jul 31, 2014 Reviewer: Mana B. Overall: 4 Stars Comfort: 5 Stars Look: 5 Stars
    I got these shorts on Seonda Sage/Hot Coral color and followed the advice of other reviewers and went up to size 4 and fit perfect so I got this one also on size 4 but it's huge! I'm not sure if it was a mess up on the tagging of this specific piece because this feels like a size 6. It's a shame because the print is very cute.

About Columbia

Who is Columbia®? They try things. That may sound like small potatoes. But more than talent, money, or good looks, trying is the fuel of progress. It’s the spirit that pushes people up mountains, down rivers, and across continents. Trying helped them put little silver dots on the inside of jackets, made shirts that repel bugs, and led to a rechargeable heating system in boots. If you think trying won’t help, remember the Grand Canyon started with one drop of water trying to get to the ocean. And Columbia was born as a small, family hat company in Portland. So try. Try often. Try differently. Try harder. Then try again. Greatness will follow.

Columbia. Trying stuff since 1938.

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