Columbia Rugged Ridge Sherpa Pullover Hoodie - Men's

Columbia Rugged Ridge Sherpa Pullover Hoodie - Men's
Columbia Rugged Ridge Sherpa Pullover Hoodie - Men's
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Rugged Ridge Sherpa Pullover Hoodie - Men's by Columbia
The rugged hike was yesterday--today is all about enjoying your relaxation time outdoors in the cozy and comfortable Columbia Rugged Ridge Sherpa Pullover Hoodie. Made with a super soft high-pile Sherpa fleece, this hooded jacket is perfect for camping by the lake in the early fall or exploring the local trails on a cool spring morning. Its pullover design provides the perfect balance of snugness and quick ventilation, while the cozy kangaroo pocket and fixed hood let you bundle up against the cold when the campfire's just not getting the job done.

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