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(1X Big, Boulder) - Columbia Men's Big Ascender Softshell Jacket
319.95 SAR

(1X Big, Boulder) - Columbia Men's Big Ascender Softshell Jacket

by  Columbia, Jackets & Coats -  2,554 ratings

319.95 SAR 

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  • Wind- and water-resistant jacket featuring standing collar, zip front, and logo at chest
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    Specifications

    Brand
    Columbia
    Size
    1X Plus
    Targeted Group
    Men
    Model Number
    155653
    Brand
    Columbia
    Size
    1X Plus
    Targeted Group
    Men
    Model Number
    155653
    UPC-A
    887921945104
    Item EAN
    2724662101803
    ASIN
    B00KIDC05C
    Color
    Color
    Boulder
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    This multifunctional jacket will keep you prepared for anything. The Men's Ascender Soft Shell functions well over heavier layers in cold, snowy conditions or under a lighter layer when the first fall chill is in the air. The Columbia Men's Ascender Soft Shell Jacket features zippered chest and

    This multifunctional jacket will keep you prepared for anything. The Men's Ascender Soft Shell functions well over heavier layers in cold, snowy conditions or under a lighter layer when the first fall chill is in the air. The Columbia Men's Ascender Soft Shell Jacket features zippered chest and hand pockets as well as adjustable cuff tabs, hem and chin guard. Material: Polyester.

 

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  • ... an older NorthFace Apex Bionic Soft shell that I love. but after a few years of camping in ...
    By Moises on 13 January 2017

    I have an older NorthFace Apex Bionic Soft shell that I love. but after a few years of camping in it and having a lighter color, I decided I want to get a second one in black because years of camping and hiking grime and campfire soot made it dingy and unattractive. It still works great but not appropriate to wear to work because it makes me look like a dirt-bag. So I wanted to get a second one to wear everywhere except the trail and keep the dirty one for the backwoods. Unfortunately, My house got messed up pretty bad and both my cars were totaled in Hurricane Mathew and a lot of the stuff I wanted or needed this winter had to be dialed down so I could afford repairs. Then I found this black Columbia Ascender soft shell and found it was half as much as the northface and even better, the one with the electric blue zipper was even less! I wasn't too keen on the blue zipper but after I wore it a while it grew on me and I love it now and glad I got it over the plain black on black. It was worth it both on looks and the bargain price.

    The following information is based on my opinion when comparing the NorthFace Apex Bionic to this Columbia Ascender:

    1. The Columbia is fitted in a way that is more complimentary to my shape. Its wider at the shoulders its slightly tapered at the waist and the sleeves are a little more snug compared to the Northface. the Columbia is more formfitting and is flattering to the body even if you don't have a perfect six pack body (which I definitely do not). The northface is generally more loose fitting and creates the illusion of a flattering body shape by the two tone color design (obviously not true of the (TNF Black on Black version).

    2. isulative ability i find that both jackets are equal in this area.

    3. Water resistance, both are very impressive, neither one is completely waterproof, and the Columbia I think is slightly better in this area.

    4. Comfort wise , advantage goes to Columbia. They have a fabric lining where the northface has fabric with a web like netting material in some sections. Both are comfortable Columbia is just more comfortable. also because of the way its fitted, the Columbia is more snug while the Northface is a little looser so if you are wearing this with your regular clothes to go to and from work or to wear a sweater while working outside in the cold, the Columbia will be comfortable. If you are doing winter Camping and spending long periods outside in freezing or sub freezing, then the Northface can accommodate more layers and fit more comfortably. I have worn a long sleeve compression Tee, thermals, cotton tee shirt, and hooded sweatshirt with wool lining and the North Face Bionic over the top and was warm and my movement was not restricted. Was able to hike in sub freezing temps, with good mobility and not need a heavy coat.If you are not hiking and just sitting still for several hours you will need a warmer coat but if you are active this will be adequate with sufficient layers. If you prefer the look of the Columbia and want to wear this many layers buy a size larger than your actual size.

    69 people found this review helpful

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  • Size differences between Ascender & Ascender II
    By J.W. McGhee on 20 November 2014

    I just purchased both the Ascender and Ascender II jackets in Large-Tall to compare the fit and feel between the two. I am 6' 2" and about 220 pounds, on a middle ground between wearing standard size and tall size clothes. Because of my size, fit is everything.

    If the Ascender could be considered the original version of this jacket, then the Ascender II is the "slim fit" version. Here are the differences I noticed:

    - The upper body of the Ascender II is much slimmer than the original Ascender. I would estimate the Ascender II to accommodate chest sizes a good 1-2 inches smaller than the Ascender can accommodate.
    - As others have noted, the fit between the two jackets is most noticeable in the shoulders/armpits. Arm cutouts on the original Ascender, while still trim, are much more generous than on the II. As a result, only slimmer arms will have an easy time slipping into the sleeves of the II.
    - Sleeves are about half an inch longer on the II as compared to the original. Sleeves on the original are also slightly wider all the way down to the wrist.
    - The collar is much larger on the II than the original. When popped up, the collar of the II has a very pronounced look and sticks out a good bit. When fully zipped to the top, the original Ascender provides more neck room.

    This is not to say the Ascender II is not a good jacket. It's just the version you'd want to get if your frame allows you to wear "slim fit" or "tailored fit" clothes. If that's not you, then the original Ascender is the jacket for you.

    128 people found this review helpful

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  • Looks good, runs fairly large
    By d00d on 09 August 2017

    I cant yet speak to water resistance or extreme cold, but a comfortable jacket in my experience and looks good, able to straddle the line between casual going out apparel and sporting "outerwear." One annoyance is that the collar wont really un-pop entirely, and often scrapes against my chin when I turn. I have tried to fold it over in the collar and have it sort of sit flat like a lapel, but it doesn't quite stay flat and always raises back up over time.

    My main comment to make is on the sizing. In my opinion this runs pretty large for anyone used to a lot of other, slimmer brands. I'm 5'9, 165lbs, with athletic build. I typically wear a medium t-shirt, and while I don't wear ultra tight skinny jeans, I prefer clothes that don't droop off me like some kid who dug through dad's closet. Target's Mossimo athletic cut shirts for example fit me perfectly, with no excess fabric in the arms or chest (but without being full on "bro" tight), and slack in the waist and stomach. After mulling it over for a while and looking at other reviews where they specified their exact size, I ordered this jacket in Small instead of Medium, and I definitely made the right choice. I still have ample room in the stomach and a little in the chest, but the arms and general proportions worked out well for what I was looking for. I'm sure I would have been swimming in the medium.

    31 people found this review helpful

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  • Great jacket
    By Chris & Linda Allen on 28 December 2014

    Roomier in the shoulders than the North Face Bionic, and better range of movement as well. Looks great with anything. Great for light rain. Excellent at cutting the wind. Much better deal for the money than the North Face.

    58 people found this review helpful

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  • Hard finding a jacket that fits. Not anymore
    By don bennett on 05 November 2015

    I'm 6'2" and around 260lbs. I have long arms and pretty broad shoulders , and a a fair sized gut, so I'm always having problems finding clothes that fit, especially jackets. I originally ordered this in a XXLT, and although it fit around shoulders and arm length was perfect, the midsection was WAY to big. So I sent it back and got an XLT instead. The XLT fits perfectly. No complaints, but I'd suggest using my size as a control. If you're bigger than me get the XXLT, and if you're 30-40lbs. less that me I'd suggest LT (if they have that size).

    35 people found this review helpful

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