The price includes an $875 destination charge and $3,320 for the options package.
Other features include GearOn movable cargo tie-down rings, load bar and cargo divider. Black fender flares and black Chevy bowtie logos round out the package.
"This truck offers one-stop shopping for people who want to customize their truck," said Chevrolet spokesman Otie McKinley in a phone conversation with Edmunds.
The Trail Boss Edition is offered in extended and crew-cab configurations with a choice of a long or short cargo bed and optional four-wheel drive.
Key rivals include high-end versions of the Toyota Tacoma pickup.
This is the second Colorado special edition announced recently. The 2015 Chevrolet Colorado GearOn Special Edition also goes on sale in the spring.
Edmunds says: The Trail Boss Edition makes life simple for Colorado buyers who want something special, but don't have time to do anything more than check a box with the help of their dealer.