Columbia Anytime Active 1/2 Zip

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Ready for cold-weather workouts or full days of hiking, the Columbia Anytime Active(TM) half-zip shirt is sure to be a crucial companion in all your your upcoming adventures. Lightweight, moisture-wicking and quick-drying polyester fabric feels soft next to skin and features an antimicrobial treatment that minimizes odor even after multiple wears. Omni-Wick(TM) technology aids moisture transfer, wicking sweat away from the skin to the fabric surface for rapid evaporation so you stay dry and comfortable. Half-zip opening provides offers ventilation for increased comfort and temperature control. Columbia Anytime Active half-zip shirt features 4-way stretch, ensuring comfort and freedom of motion. Closeout.

- REI

Anytime you go out you'll be stoked to have on the Columbia Anytime Active Long Sleeve 1/2 Zip shirt for men. This versatile base layer is made from a sleek technical knit with lots of stretch and has strategically placed panels of Omni-Wick fabric for extra quick moisture wicking in your sweat zones. A snug fit means the Anytime Active shirt is perfect as a long underwear layer under your parka or as an outer layer when you head out on the freshly-melted spring trails for a little fun run in the mud. It's breathable and antimicrobial to keep you fresh and dry for miles while the ergonomic seaming follows your natural contours to give you a wide range of motion. You'll be wearing the Columbia Men's Anytime Active Long Sleeve 1/2 Zip top in all 4 seasons so you may want to choose a couple colors.

- Altrec Outdoors

Columbia Anytime Active 1/2 Zip

previously retailed for:
$16.73 - $59.95

The Columbia Anytime Active 1/2 Zip is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 20, 2013 at REI.

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