Hot Chillys La Montana Panel Zip-T

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . With sumptuous next-to-skin comfort, Hot Chillys' La Montana base layer top features brushed MTF polyester fleece to keep you dry and warm in frigid conditions. Available Colors: IVORY, SKY. Sizes: S, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Description of Hot Chillys 9865 Zip T - WomensTechnologically advanced to keep you warm and comfortable ...no matter what youre doingHot Chillys has led the performance apparel industry for more than a decade with moisture managing base layer technology. When founded in 1985, Hot Chillys revolutionized the ski market with performance ski warm wear base layer underwear incorporating fabric technologies previously found primarily in running apparel. Hot Chilly engineers the most advanced performance products possible test and retest for function and durability, then add two parts fun and a cold cerveza. Cuz if youre not having fun, its just not worth itFeaturesSingle sided fleece, 90 MTF nylon, 10 Spandex Moisture transport to keep skin dry and to promote warmth, Brushed backfleeced back for softness and warmth Sleek body fitPlush warmth without bulkFlat seam construction for seam strength and durabilityWarmth Factor 9

- US Outdoor Store

Hot Chillys La Montana Panel Zip-T

Discontinued

The La Montana Panel Zip-T has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$24.46 - $39.95

The Hot Chillys La Montana Panel Zip-T is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 27, 2012 at Sierra Trading Post.

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