Columbia Baselayer Midweight Mock Neck Long Sleeve - Boys'

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CLOSEOUTS . Columbia Sportswearand#39;s midweight base layer top is ideal for cold weather play, balancing moisture-wicking Omni-Wickand#174; inserts and Omni-Heatand#174; thermal reflective technology. Available Colors: BLACK, WHITE, COMPASS BLUE, BRIGHT ROSE. Sizes: 2XS, XS, S, M, L.

- Sierra Trading Post

It may officially be rated a midweight shirt, but the Columbia Boys' Baselayer Midweight Mock Neck Top boasts some heavyweight warming power. The Omni-Heat thermal reflective technology on the inside means that this top does a lot more than just put another layer between your young outdoorsman and the cold.


Featuring a mock neck for added coverage and to keep the draft out, this midweight top is the ideal all-day baselayer for aerobic activity, with thermal reflectivity for lightweight warmth and sweat-wicking inserts.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The Columbia Youth Baselayer midweight top offers reliable warmth and comfort against the skin while girls are skiing or playing in the snow. Omni-Heat(TM) fabric is made of polyester blended with reflective-print elastane; Omni-Wick(TM) performance helps keep her skin dry. The Columbia Youth Baselayer midweight top features a mock turtleneck for enhanced warmth.


Columbia Boys' Baselayer Midweight Mock Neck Long Sleeve

previously retailed for:
$11.99 - $31.47

The Columbia Boys' Baselayer Midweight Mock Neck Long Sleeve is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 8, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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