Outdoor Research Essence Tee

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Light, soft, and quick to dry, the Women's Outdoor Research Essence Tee has the performance of a Merino wool blend and the feel of cotton. The active cut fits more like your favorite T-shirt than a piece of technical wear. The seams are moved away from your shoulders for more comfort when carrying a pack.

- Altrec Outdoors

The Outdoor Research Essence Tee Womens Closeout is made with Dri-Release Wool, a technical fabric with the performance of a Merino wool but with the soft feel of cotton.

- GearX.com

Most moisture-wicking shirts become pretty smelly after you've sweated up a storm. The Outdoor Research Essence Tee's FreshGuard anti-release wool neutralizes odors, so you can stand to be with yourself on your backpacking trips. This lightweight Outdoor Research short-sleeve shirt dries quickly as you hike up the trail, and the Essence T-Shirt's UPF fabric protects your skin from mid-day burns. And the icing on this tee-cake? The strategically offset shoulder seams won't rub underneath your pack's straps. So just breathe a chafage-free sigh of relief.

- Backcountry Outlet

The women's quick-drying, moisture-wicking Outdoor Research Essence T-Shirt will soon become your go-to fave for hiking and adventure travel.

- REI

Outdoor Research Women's Essence Short-Sleeve T-Shirt neutralizes odors, dries quickly as you hike, and features strategically offset shoulder seams so your pack's straps don't cause annoying chafing issues.

- Backcountry.com

Outdoor Research Essence Tee

Discontinued

The Essence Tee has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$8.74 - $49.00

The Outdoor Research Essence Tee is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 14, 2016 at REI.

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