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A layering piece designed like a second skin. The Stretch Thermal offers lightweight warmth and unsurpassed mobility in a soft, stretchable fleece.
- Mountain Hardwear
On Sale. Free Shipping. Mountain Hardwear Men's Stretch Thermal Tight FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Stretch Thermal Tight Gusseted crotch Flat-lock seams for comfort SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Stretch Thermal Tight Average Weight: 7 oz / 207 g Inseam: 30in. / 76 cm Body: Stretch Fleece for Baselayer 285gm (96% polyester, 4% elastane)
Ideal as a mid-layer on chilly, snow-packed days, the Mountain Hardwear Stretch Thermal Tight keeps you super warm no matter what. A smooth face ensures easy layering and the flat-lock seams provide all-day comfort.-- Inseam: 32 in (76 cm) - Medium-- Gusseted Crotch-- Flat-lock seams for comfort
When you're out trekking in freezing temperatures or running on frigid winter days, you'll appreciate the fleecy warmth and free-moving comfort of the Mountain Hardwear Men's Stretch Thermal Tight. The tight can be layered under your shell pant, or worn alone, and its gusseted crotch ensures unrestricted movement while flatlock seams prevent uncomfortable chafing.
Grab the mid-layer Stretch Thermal Tight from Mountain Hardwear when you need a insulation,m breathability and mobility. The gusseted crotch and flat-locked seams make long days much more comfortable.
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