Columbia Just Right II Modern Pant

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Minimalist design lines combine with a clean, lightweight woven fabric, allowing you to embrace warm spring days with undiminished sophistication. Focusing on comfort this pant delivers versatility, mobility and sleek style in a high-performing package that works on the trail, on the street and just about everywhere in between. Stretch, bend, move and bound with gusset detailing and 2-way comfort stretch for a slimming, body skimming fit. Omni-Shield technology repels rain and dirt so you don’t have to worry if you’re caught out in an unanticipated shower. These sit just above the waist and feature an interior draw cord and zip-closed security pocket to lock-down essentials. "FEATURES: Fabric: Shell: 95% polyester/5% elastane. Lining: 57% recycled polyester/43% polyester mesh, Omni-Shield advanced repellency, Omni-Shade UPF 50 sun protection, Classic fit, 2-way comfort stretch, Inseam length: 32”, Imported,

- Columbia

CLOSEOUTS . The best pants for just about everything, Columbia Sportswear's Just Right II modern pants are great for the outdoors -- a light, stretchy minimalist design that's water repellent protected from the sun, and designed for active movement. Available Colors: 010 BLACK, 028 GRILL. Sizes: 16W, 18W, 20W, 22W, 24W.

- Sierra Trading Post

Columbia Just Right II Modern Pant

previously retailed for:
$31.98 - $70.00

The Columbia Just Right II Modern Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 6, 2013 at Columbia.

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