Arc'teryx Cita Sleeveless


Sizes XS, S, M, L, XL
Weight 107 g / 3.8 oz
Fit Next-to-skin, Hip Length
Materials Aria™—83% polyester 17% spandex, Polyester X-Static mesh —97% polyester 3% X-Static, Aerix™—stretch mesh, polyester / spandex blend

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On Sale. Arcteryx Women's Cita Sleeveless FEATURES of the Arcteryx Women's Cita Sleeveless Lightweight, highly ventilated mesh body, contrast solid stretch fabric back panel Racer back style allows for good coverage over most sports bras Relaxed fit through torso for comfort, open scoop neckline for maximum air flow Strategically placed flatlock construction reduces chafing

- Moosejaw

Stay on top of your game during race day and wear the Arc'teryx Women's Cita Sleeveless Top. This anatomically paneled, trim-fit top features mesh body panels that boost ventilation so you stay comfortable throughout your long run or grueling hike.


The Arc'teryx Cita Sleeveless Top is a high performance sleeveless top suited for race days and warm weather training. Highly air permeable mesh used throughout main body with an alternative stretchy textile in the straps and rear yoke. Strategically placed flatlocked stitching helps to prevent chafing.


the women's Cita Sleeveless Tee from Arcteryx is the ideal top for all of your aerobic endeavors. It's great for the gym, running, hiking, biking...whatever you can get yourself into. PRODUCT FEATURES: Highly air permeable allows air and moisture to move through the fabric to speed drying Lightweight Warm-weather comfort Stretchy fabric construction provides freedom of movement Flatlocked seams lie flat for added comfort Breathable mesh panels Stretchy straps for extra comfort Racer-back strap configuration Reflective logo Materials: Aeris 88% polyester, 12% spandex 132 g/m . Stretchy, tight-gridded mesh textile Ariax 77% polyester, 23% spandex, 74 g/m . Stretchy mesh textile with a peached back and a wicking finish

- Appalachian Outdoors