Columbia Glacial Fleece Pant - Boys'

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Ultralightweight and boasting a relaxed fit, Columbias Boys Glacial Pants are perfect for everything from climbing trees in the woods to hanging out around the campsite. 100% polyester-microfleece construction. Imported. Sizes: XS-XL. Colors: Black, Graphite. Size: X-Small. Color: Graphite. Gender: Male. Age Group: Kids. Type: Pants.

- Cabela's

Construction: Modern Classic FitImportedFabric:100% polyester Feather Weight Micro Fleece, 135g

- Columbia

Luxuriously soft and cozy, the Glacial Pant from Columbia is the perfect fit where comfort is key. With breathable micro fleece, these versatile pants excel on the trail and on the couch. PRODUCT FEATURES: Modern Classic Fit 100% polyester Feather Weight Micro Fleece, 135g

- Appalachian Outdoors

For the cold, short days of winter there's perhaps nothing more versatile and comfortable than the soft and warm Columbia Boys' Glacial Fleece Pant. The Omni-Wick microfiber fleece draws moisture away from the skin to help speed up evaporation, insulating when worn as a base layer under a ski pant and feeling great on its own after skiing or just lounging around the house


Little groms get the functionality of fleece in the Columbia Boy's Toddler Glacial Fleece Pant. Soft, breathable, quick-drying feather weight microfleece helps him stay comfortable and dry, regardless of the trouble he may be getting into. Active boys will live in the Toddler Glacial Fleece Pant for boys from Columbia.

- Altrec Outlet

Columbia Boys' Glacial Fleece Pant


The Boys' Glacial Fleece Pant has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$7.88 - $29.95

The Columbia Boys' Glacial Fleece Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 19, 2017 at Cabela's.

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