SportHill Glacier Zip Top

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CLOSEOUTS . Head out when it's cold and work up a sweat in SportHill's Glacier pullover. The soft and stretchy fabric is moisture wicking and wind resistant, with a soft fleece lining and high, drawcord collar. Available Colors: CLEAR BLUE/BLACK, CITRON/CEMENT. Sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Sporthill's Glacier Zip Top will keep you warm even when the weather varies during your run. Adjustable cord on the collar will keep that extra wind out, pull down cuffs with thumbholes provide extra warmth for your hands when the wind picks up. 10 inch zipper will keep you ventilated when the wind calms down. Zone 3: Cold, windy days of 0 to 40 F: SportHill's exclusive 3SP and Swift fabrics keep you warm and dry. Both fabrics are soft next to the skin, fast drying, durable and wick moisture. Swift Embossed technology offers a soft, light, no-bulk fabric, but retains the essential balance of insulation, breatheability, moisture wicking and wind block. Swift is also a great single layer mid-weight fabric for chilly, less extreme days and activities. Now with the added bonus of an embossed SportHill Energy logo print. Windproof up to 25 mph, extremely breatheable.Shaped, form following fit; hits at high hip10 inch reverse coil zipper with internal storm guard/zipper garageExtra-tall collar with adjustable stretch drawcord at top openingRight side panel has invisible zipper pocketFlatlocked seams to avoid chafing, and provide comfort for the duration of your runPull-down internal cozy cuffs with thumb holesReflective logos: front neck and left sleeveReflective prints: back sides"

- Campmor

SportHill Glacier Zip Top


The SportHill Glacier Zip Top is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 28, 2012 at Sierra Trading Post.

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