Arc'teryx Motus Crew LS
S, M, L, XL, XXL
121 g / 4.3 oz
Trim fit, Hip Length
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The men's Arc'teryx Motus Crew Long-Sleeve Shirt is ready for your next workout with its moisture-wicking, quick-drying and odor-resistant fabric.
- REI refers to the men's version
The Arc'teryx Motus Crew Long Sleeve is a technically-designed, next-to-skin, long sleeve top made of Phasic SL, an advanced bi-component fabric which wicks moisture, dries quickly, and disperses odours. Perfect for aerobic activities like trail running, trekking, or rock climbing, this technical piece is pattered for on-the-go pursuits with a longer hip-length cut that works with shorts and tights.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
The Arc'teryx Motus Crew Long Sleeve is anatomically patterned, light weight and moisture wicking making it fantastic for everything from climbing at the crag to working out at the gym. -- Phasic SL fabric provides excellent moisture management-- Reflective blazes and logo for enhanced visibility in low light-- Mechanical stretch textile for unrestricted mobility-- Flatlocked seams lie flat for added comfort-- Anatomical shaping for fit and comfort-- Gusseted underarms-- UPF 25+ sun protection
- OMCgear refers to the men's version
The Arc'teryx Motus Crew has been proven to push runners past their limits; when your torso isn't dripping with perspiration or overheating, you are much more likely to performance better and make your competition look weaker. Quick-drying Phasic SL fabric wicks moisture away from your body to evaporate quickly while hydrophobic fibers next to the skin prevent you from feeling clammy when you're cooling down. It stretches, breathes, and keeps form after many uses; what it doesn't do is rub against your skin with nasty seams. You'll barely feel the flatlock seams at all, really. A tough of sun protection gives you the confidence to stay out just a little longer without worrying about skin damage from harmful UV rays. This layering piece is great for touring or cold-weather climbing when altering between high-output aerobic activity and sitting still, or for warmer-weather runs where you want the sun protection but don't want to overheat.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version