Columbia Terminal Tackle Pullover Hoodie - Men's

Columbia Terminal Tackle Pullover Hoodie - Men's
Columbia Terminal Tackle Pullover Hoodie - Men's
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Terminal Tackle Pullover Hoodie - Men's by Columbia
Whether you're spending the afternoon at your favorite fishing spot, or watching a football game in the sunny stands, take the Columbia Terminal Tackle Pullover Hoodie along. The Omni-Wick treatment pulls unwanted moisture away from your skin, while the Omni-Shade UPF 50 sun protection shields against harmful UV rays. The quick-dry technology means you don't have to worry if this pullover gets a little wet, and with its relaxed fit and comfortable polyester fabric, you'll be wishing all of your pullovers wore this well.

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SKU: COL000R
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