Mountain Hardwear Integral Zip Tee
6.5 oz / 183 g
|Center Back Length||
25.5 in / 65 cm
Merino Recycled Polyester Jersey
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While it wicks and dries efficiently like a synthetic, the women's Mountain Hardwear Integral Zip Tee also kicks in the consistent warmth and comfort of merino wool while you're on the go.
On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Women's Integral Long Sleeve Zip T Shirt FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Integral Long Sleeve Zip T Shirt Merino Wool blended with polypropylene provide optimum warmth and performance 7.5in. front zipper Flat-lock seam construction eliminates chafe Thumb loops keep hands warm The SPECS Average Weight: 6 oz / 170 g Center Back Length: 25.5in. / 65 cm Body: Integral jersey 60% Merino wool, 40% polypropylene
Get wool's warmth plus quick-drying, lightweight performance. Our exclusive Wick.QTM Wool one-ups Mother Nature with its unique blend of polypropylene and sustainably sourced Merino wool. While it wicks and dries efficiently like a synthetic, it also kicks in the consistent warmth and comfort of natural wool. Plus it's far more durable than wool alone and it's machine washable.
- Mountain Hardwear
It's difficult to weigh the benefits of wool against the benefits of synthetics when it comes to high performance adventure wear, so Mountain Hardwear combined them in the Women's Integral Zip Top. The sustainable sourced merino wool naturally resists odor and provides unmatched warmth, while rapid wicking polypropylene keeps the top dry and remarkably light. Blending the two materials makes the Integral top more durable than wool alone and allows for worry-free machine washing. Flat-lock seams eliminate chafing for increased comfort during aerobic outdoor sports. The quarter-zip front gives you more control over temperature regulation. A stash pocket on the side is the perfect size for holding keys or a credit card, and thumbholes help retain even more heat. Wear it solo for summer hikes, early-morning runs, or relaxing at home, or wear it as a base layer while you ski, snow-shoe, or tour the backcountry.