Columbia Griphoist Short

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Built with durability in mind, the Griphoist integrates the strength and resilience of polyester with the comfort of cotton for a rugged casual short that’s ready for action. Gusseted construction facilitates ease of movement to keep you comfortable whether you’re playing catch with the kids or hitting the local trail for a quick afternoon hike. Omni-Shield treatment helps to repel dirt, stains and even a light drizzle and when the sun is beating down, built-in UPF sun protection keeps you safe from harmful UV rays. FEATURES: Fabric: 83% cotton/17% polyester, Omni-Shield advanced repellency, Omni-Shade UPF 50 sun protection, Active fit, Gusset detail, Zip-closed security pocket, Inseam: 10", 12", Imported,

- Columbia

Made with casual summer afternoons in mind, the Columbia Men's Griphoist Shorts come from a long line of quality Columbia clothing. Made from soft, breathable cotton poly blend fabric, these shorts are also water and stain resistant so you need not fear a little splash from the sprinklers or a smear of mustard from your tykes. A gusseted inseam keeps your flexibility unrestrained for those Sunday afternoon games of touch football. The Columbia Griphoist Shorts for men are the perfect addition to your outdoor lifestyle.

- Altrec Outlet

Columbia Griphoist Short


The Griphoist Short has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$24.99 - $50.00

The Columbia Griphoist Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 23, 2013 at Columbia.

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