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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Sometimes simple is good. In fact, sometimes simple is perfect. The Fast Trek is simple, done right. This stripped down microfleece pant is a jack of all trades. Perfect for chilly AM runs, post-ski relaxing or a quick XC ski before work. Cut to move with ease, but not be too baggy, these pants will quickly become a go-to piece in the wardrobe. FEATURES: Fabric: 100% polyester microfleece, Zip-closed security pocket, Inseam: 32”, Imported,

- Columbia refers to the men's version

CLOSEOUTS . Great for cold-weather runs or restful relaxation around the house, Columbia Sportswear Fast Trek pants are made of warm, comfortable and breathable polyester fleece. Handwarmer pockets Rear zip security pockets Drawstring waist Inseam: 33andquot; (based on large) Fabric: Polyester Care: Machine wash/dry Made in Vietnam Available Colors: BLACK. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

Less is more, particularly in the layering game. When you're rummaging in your drawers for the perfect insulation for your winter morning jaunts up and down the mountain, look no further than the simple-but-smart Columbia Men's Fast Trek Pants. Cut for minimal bulk, these pants won't bunch under your snow gear.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Columbia Fast Trek Pant

previously retailed for:
$12.80 - $55.00

The Columbia Fast Trek Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 18, 2016 at Columbia.

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