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Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Butterman 1/2 Zip FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Butterman 1/2 Zip Wick.Q moisture-wicking keeps you cool and dry
Adaptable -zip pullover made from our polyester-blend stretch fabric.The New Butterman Zip is made from a blended fabric that s 85% polyester, for excellent technical performance, and 15% elastane, for stretch and mobility. Quick to dry, it s as comfortable and easygoing as it is easy to care for--a new classic. Stylish solid-and-stripe pattern.Past Season Colors
- Mountain Hardwear
CLOSEOUTS . The only thing buttery about Mountain Hardwear's Butterman shirt is its ultrasoft hand. Everything else is chiseled-chinned and multi-sport ready. Perfect for mild temperatures, this layer lends generous stretch and strong moisture control. Available Colors: SHARK, ROYAL, TITANIUM, STRING, CANTEEN, PINE TREE, JESTER RED, COUSTEAU, REDWOOD, STATE ORANGE, BLACK, GRAPHITE, STONE GREEN, FUSE GREEN, RUSSET ORANGE, BLACK/SHARK, COLLEGIATE NAVY, SHARK/ORANGE, GREENSCAPE, SMOLDER RED, ELM, SHARK/SHARK STRIPE. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
- Sierra Trading Post
Plenty of running tops help you manage moisture and temperature, but only the Mountain Hardwear Men's Butter-Man 1/2-Zip Top has a buttery-smooth feel that keeps you comfortable mile after mile. Whether you're cross country skiing, running trail, or backpacking, this stretchy long-sleeve top easily replaces that abrasive techy top you've been suffering in for years. Mountain Hardwear also included a chin guard to avoid irritation caused by the zipper and a zippered rear pocket for your valuables.
Mountain Hardwear nails it with the Butterman 1/2 Zip, a cool weather training top made with the most comfortable fabric on the planet. Its stretchability and wicking finish also make it a solid performance pullover as well. UPF-50 protection guards against harmful UV-rays while Flat-lock seams won't chafe no matter how hard you push it. The Butterman is your go-to training top for fall climbing, winter running- and everything in between.
- Mountain Gear