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Product description

Delivering durable performance for hiking and a range of other activities, a vest is the perfect layer with just enough warmth. Perfect for layering or on its own, the Columbia Men's Basin Trail™ Fleece Vest is a cool to cold weather ready staple, designed to take the edge off. You'll be warm and worry-free in this fleece vest crafted of our super-soft 225g anti-pilling microfleece. It provides you with a full range of motion for outdoor activities on its own, or great for layering as an additional line of defense to combat the cold. This vest allows for the comfortable movement that you need, and as an added bonus the warm collar is flexible enough to wear up or down, depending on your desired level of toastiness. Columbia offers our fleece vest in multiple colors and sizes. Available in extended sizing. Regular Fit. To ensure the size you choose is right, utilize our sizing chart and the following measurement instructions: For the sleeves, start at the center back of your neck and measure across the shoulder and down to the sleeve. If you come up with a partial number, round up to the next even number. For the chest, measure at the fullest part of the chest, under the armpits and over the shoulder blades, keeping the tape measure firm and level. 

Imported. Made from 100% polyester. Zippered closure. Machine Wash.


From the manufacturer

Columbia Sportswear | Get Out There

For more than 80 years, Columbia Sportswear Company has been making gear for people who enjoy the rugged outdoors found in the Pacific Northwest and far beyond. Based in Portland, Oregon we still make no-nonsense apparel, footwear, and accessories to keep you warm, dry, cool, and protected no matter what. Innovative gear with irreverent spirit, quality, and a family business ethos is what sets us apart.

Columbia Sportswear | Stay Warm

Take on the bitter elements with confidence. Whether it's relentless rain found in the valleys, non-stop wind coming down the Gorge, or frigid mountain snow fall... look for our advanced technologies on your garment to keep you cozy warm, dry, and protected. No matter what.

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Columbia Sportswear | Stay Cool

When your extended activities keep you out under the sun, we've got you covered – literally. Look for clothing that incorporates our advanced technologies designed to protect you from harmful UVA/UVB sun rays, while keeping you dry, cool, and comfortable.

Columbia Sportswear | Tested Tough

Our signature Columbia logo is your assurance of our attention to detail. It's what sets our apparel apart from others. We use only the highest quality materials, expert craftsmanship, and durable stitching. This is sportswear you will enjoy for seasons to come.

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Columbia Men's Basin Trail Fleece Vest

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