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It's the simple things in life.

Every man needs a basic fleece jacket for all occasions,and the Columbia Fast Trek II Fleece Jacket fits the bill. Made with soft polyester microfleece, its the ideal jacket for picnics in the park, or watching the ball game with your buds.

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Unanswered Question

As pictured, most of the colors this fleece is offered in appear to have the Columbia Interchange system attach points, however it is not a listed feature. Can you tell me which colors do and do not come equipped with the 3 attach points or are the pictures just outdated?

5 5

Great Purchase!

  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift
  • Fit: True to size

I bought this jacket as a gift and the person really loves it. He said it fits true and is very comfortable!

5 5

Columbia Fast Trek II Fleece

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I just got this today. It appears to be good quality, price, and colors. I am 6'3" 270 and ordered the XL. It fits well with a t-shirt and is just long enough. Would order again.

4 5

colors

Very comfortable! Just a note though... the Burnt Orange color is VERY orange, not at all close to what is photographed above.

4 5

Great Value

I of course wanted somthing more on the end of soft shell, but very worm, and more weather resistant than I thought just buy view it.

HELLO, IS THEIR A SPEC. DATA SHEET ...

HELLO, IS THEIR A SPEC. DATA SHEET ON THE MATERIALS THE FAST TREK 11 IS MADE OF?

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Not exactly, but it is labeled as a 100% Micro Polyester Fleece on Columbia's website.