Mountain Hardwear Wicked Electric Short Sleeve T

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Mountain Hardwear Women's Wicked Electric Short Sleeve T FEATURES of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Wicked Electric Short Sleeve T Wicking, fast drying fabric Antimicrobial finish controls odor Flat-lock seam construction eliminates chafe Reflective trim for visibility SPECIFICATIONS of the Mountain Hardwear Women's Wicked Electric Short Sleeve T Standard Fit Average Weight: 4 oz / 106 g Center Back: 26in. / 66 cm Body: Wicked Electric Ombre Print (100% Polyester) Panel: Wicked Taper SD (100% polyester)

- Moosejaw

Whisper-light, wicking and fast drying. The Wicked electric S/S T with Wick.QTM moisture-wicking keeps you cool and dry during aerobic activity. Antimicrobial treatment protects from bacterial growth and UPF 15 provides light sun protection.

- Mountain Hardwear

Mountain Hardwear Women's Wicked Electric Long Sleeve Shirt

- Altrec Outlet

Get in a wicked run with the Wicked Electric Short Sleeve T from Mountain Hardwear. The moisture-wicking fabric combines with the antimicrobial finish to ensure you stay dry and smelling your best even as your crank the workout nob to 11. And you'll be able to keep your nightly workouts safe thanks to the reflective trimming of the Wicked Electric Short Sleeve T. One final, and stylish touch, is the colorful print that is on the front of the Wicked Electric Short-Sleeve T. PRODUCT FEATURES: Center Back: 26"/66cm Body: Wicked Electric Ombre Print (100% polyester) Panel: Wicked Taper SD (100% polyester) Wicking, fast drying fabric Antimicrobial finish controls odor Flat-lock seam construction eliminates chafe Reflective trim for visibility

- Appalachian Outdoors

Mountain Hardwear's classic wicking tee Cool, fast-drying performance, cut and fitted for long summer runs

- SunnySports