Columbia Glacial Fleece Crew


Fabric 100% Polyester Featherweight Microfleece
Center Back Length 20.5 in

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Columbia's Glacial Fleece Crew page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Columbia Glacial fleece crew top is so soft, your child will want to wear it everyday-perhaps even to bed! Made of plush, non-pilling microfleece for lightweight warmth.


The Columbia Boys' Glacial Fleece Crew wicks moisture to keep an active dude dry and comfortable while he charges fresh snow fields or park features. When the skiing is done, the Glacial Fleece Crew adds warmth under a jacket on a cold morning at the bus stop and works well over a synthetic tee on a cool fall day when a jacket just isn't necessary.


When your little dude is kickin' it with dad, pop him into the cozy warm softness of the Boy's Columbia Toddler Glacial Fleece Crew. This long sleeve microfleece features Columbia's Omni-Wick advanced evaporation technology, as well as polyester/elastane side panels for enhanced mobility. Teach him your best touchdown dance while he's wearing the Toddler Glacial Fleece Crew for boys from Columbia.

- Altrec Outlet

Cold fall days just got a little more fun. Wrap him in the just-right softness of this featherweight microfleece for cocoon-like comfort. Updated this season with sporty details, this cold-weather staple is warm enough to wear on its own, light enough to easily layer under a puffer vest when the going gets chilly. FEATURES: Fabric: 100% polyester featherweight microfleece, Full front zip, Kangaroo pockets, Center back length: 20.5”, Imported,

- Columbia

Columbia Glacial Fleece Crew


The Columbia Glacial Fleece Crew is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 7, 2013 at REI.

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