Arc'teryx Ether Crew Short Sleeve
XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL
118 g / 4.2 oz
Here's what other sites are saying:
The Ether Crew Short Sleeve Shirt from Arc'teryx is a technical crew with mesh underarm and side panels to aid venting. Helius body is hard wearing for extended use; mesh fabric has an antimicrobial finish to reduce odour. Efficient at wicking moisture, this lightweight and breathable base layer draws sweat away from the body to keep you warm and dry. The silky feeling knit fabric is comfortable next to the skin, quick-drying, and hard wearing.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
Free Shipping. Arcteryx Men's Ether SS Crew FEATURES of the Arcteryx Men's Ether Short Sleeve Crew Durable Helius fabric wicks body moisture and is comfortable next-to-skin Mesh underarm and side panels aid venting and have anti-odour finish Gusseted underarms provide no-lift comfort Flatlock construction reduces chafing Provides sun protection (UPF 50+)
- Moosejaw refers to the men's version
Arc'Teryx Mens Ether Crew SS - Sale - FULL FEATURE LIST Technical Features Moisture-wicking Breathable Lightweight Durable Quick-drying Construction Composite construction Flatlocked seams lie flat for added comfort Breathable, moisture-wicking panels under arms to aid moisture management Patterning Gusseted underarms Neckline Configuration Crew neck Cuff & Sleeves Configuration Short sleeves UPF Rating 50+ MATERIALS Helius(TM)-100% polyester 112 g/mA^2. A lightweight, breathable, stretchy, plain knit textile with a moisture wicking finish to promote evaporation. Viente(TM)-100% polyester 140 g/mA^2. Lightweight, highly air permeable knit mesh textile that has wicking properties for moisture management. An anti-microbial treatment controls odours.
- Massey's Outfitters refers to the men's version
Training in hot weather isn't quite so grueling when you'rein the Arc'teryx Ether Short-Sleeve Crew. Fast-wicking fabrics and full sideventilation help your body regulate its temperature so you don't overheat whilerunning wind sprints or during the last uphill mile of your backpacking day.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version