Columbia Glacial IV Print 1/2-Zip Fleece Pullover - Women's

Columbia Glacial IV Print 1/2-Zip Fleece Pullover - Women's
Columbia Glacial IV Print 1/2-Zip Fleece Pullover - Women's
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Glacial IV Print 1/2-Zip Fleece Pullover - Women's by Columbia
When the wind is nippy, you'll want the 3-season protection of the Columbia Women's Glacial III Print Fleece Pullover. This sleek little number is made of polyester micro-fleece which stays nice and soft at all times so you can wear this as a layering piece in the winter or as a stand-alone top during the spring and fall. The half-zip in the front lets you regulate temperature even more, meaning the only problem you'll have with this is convincing yourself to take it off.

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SKU: COL029O
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