Columbia Basin Trail 1/2-Snap Fleece Hoodie - Men's

Columbia Basin Trail 1/2-Snap Fleece Hoodie - Men's
Columbia Basin Trail 1/2-Snap Fleece Hoodie - Men's
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Basin Trail 1/2-Snap Fleece Hoodie - Men's by Columbia
Take on the chilly shoulder-season weather in active comfort and go-anywhere style with the Columbia Basin Trail 1/2-Snap Fleece Hoodie. Made from an anti-pill microfleece, and equipped with an adjustable waist and hood, this jacket provides lasting comfort in less-than-ideal weather conditions. Plus, the binding at the cuff, hem, and hood add a touch of stretchy protection against blustery winds.

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SKU: COL03B1
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