Arc'teryx Phase SL LS Crew - Women's

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You can go ahead and start smiling every time you slip into the Arc'teryx Women's Phase SL Crew because you're bound for amazing outdoor adventures. This silkweight baselayer wicks moisture and dries quickly whether you're ski touring in spring, alpine climbing in the summer, or cragging in autumn.


The Arc'Teryx Women's Phase SL LS Crew is a super light base layer for wicking moisture during Highly aerobic activities. Pull this over your head and get out the door, whether it's a first layer of many or the only layer on a hot day, it'll wick moisture away from your skin when you're moving fast on the trail, up the mountain, on foot, bike or skis. The fabric is hydrophobic so it won't absorb water, allowing the shirt to try quickly so you stay comfortable for the whole adventure, not just part of it. Features of the Arcteryx Women's Phase SL Long Sleeve Crew Phasic SL fabric offers exceptional moisture management Flatlock construction improves next-to-skin comfort Crew neck line Provides sun protection (UPF 25+) Encapsulated silver ions reduce odour

- Moosejaw

This super-light base layer is engineered for optimal moisture management during stop-and-go activities. During active phases moisture is wicked across the entire garment, aiding temperature regulation. Entering a rest phase the broadly dispersed moisture evaporates quickly, speeding dry-time to keep the user drier and more comfortable. Encapsulated silver-ions provide durable and long-lasting odor control. Phasic(TM) SL-70% polyester, 30% polypropylene, UPF 25, 98 g/mA^2


The super-light, silkweight, Phase SL Long-Sleeve Crew from Arc'Teryx is a base layer engineered for optimal moisture management during stop-and-go activities.