Brooks Infiniti Hybrid Wind Shirt

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Brooks's Infiniti Hybrid Wind Shirt page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Brooks Mens Infiniti Hybrid Wind Shirt - Closeout - Designed to keep you warm on even the windiest days, this shirt's windproof woven fabric combined with stretch knit panels deflects and protects, so the elements won't slow you down. * Fit: Semi-fitted * Hybrid wind resistant woven/stretch knit panels * Articulated sleeves with thumbholes * 3/4 front zipper for extra breathability * Hidden back zip pocket * 360deg of 3M(TM) Scotchlite(TM) retroreflectivity

- Massey's Outfitters

The Infiniti Hybrid Wind shirt from Brooks keeps you comfortable on blustery days. Moisture-wicking, quick-drying polyester helps deflect the wind to keep you comfortable. Stretch-knit panels along sides offer soft stretch, top-notch mobility and high breathability. Front zipper offers instant ventilation, and a stormflap shuts out chilling drafts. Thumbholes hold sleeves in place when arms are in motion and help keep wrists warm. Internal media pocket is moisture proof to help keep your media player protected, and a rear zippered pocket stores small items. Reflective highlights enhance visibility in dim light from any angle. The semifitted Brooks Infiniti Hybrid Wind shirt is not too tight and not too loose.


Brooks Infiniti Hybrid Wind Shirt


The Brooks Infiniti Hybrid Wind Shirt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 14, 2014 at Massey's Outfitters.

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