Mountain Hardwear Justo Trek S/S T


Weight 4.6 oz / 129 g
Center Back Length 27 in / 69 cm
Body Fabric Tipa™ Warp Knit Jersey

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Mountain Hardwear's Justo Trek S/S T page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Wick.Q(TM) EVAP on back panel disperses moisture for quick evaporationWicking, fast drying, stretch fabricSeams rotated away from pressure points for comfort under a packAntimicrobial finish controls odorUPF 50Weight: 4.4 oz / 125 gCenter Back Length: 29 / 74 cm

- River Sports Outfitters

Description of Mountain Hardwear Justo Trek Short Sleeve TeeIn 1993, a small group of people who had weathered years in the outdoor industry decided to get together and form Mountain Hardwear. In addition to working in the outdoor industry, the Mountain Hardwear founders were avid outdoors people themselves Mountain Hardwear has always focused on bringing radical thinking to the gear they make. Thats why they have a section in our website that talks about the innovation theyve built into their products. If Rambo ever decided to wear shirts, this would be at the top of the list.FeaturesWicking, fast drying, stretch fabricNatural Chitosan antimicrobial finish controls odorFlat-lock seam construction eliminates chafeUPF 50 sun protection

- US Outdoor Store

The perfect layer for backpacking and hiking. Mountain Hardwear's Justo Trek Short Sleeve T not only keeps you dry and cool with Wick.Q EVAP, but features rotated seams for complete comfort under a heavy pack. An antimicrobial finish keeps you smelling fresh so you don't stink out your tent mate.

- Mountain Gear

Don't let the casual look of the Mountain Hardwear Justo Trek T-Shirt fool you. This wicking, quick-drying T-shirt is an elite performer on treks into the mountains.