Patagonia Draft T-Shirt
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Like a cool breeze, the Patagonia Draft T-shirt keeps you comfortable during warm-weather training. Recycled Capilene(R)1 fabric in the body wicks moisture, dries quickly and offers a UPF 15 sun protection factor. Mesh underarm panels increase breathability. Reflective logos at chest and center back increase visibility. You can run, sweat, and wash the Patagonia Draft T-shirt without worrying about dreaded long-term odors; fabric is treated with a natural odor control. Slim fit.
You could just sit around and sweat on really hot days, or you could be proactive and wear the Patagonia Women's Draft Short-Sleeve T-Shirt. This breezy top helps you keep your cool when the temperature rises.
Butter soft jersey and ultra-light mesh poly are combined in Patagonia's Draft T-Shirt. It's designed to be a runner's dream with its super-breathable fabrics and smooth, chafe-preventing seams - and it succeeds, all while providing good looks with a slim fit, scooped neck, and fun, color-blocked patterning.
- Mountain Gear
Patagonia Womens Draft T-Shirt - Closeout - Barely there, like the way your feet feel when they glide over trails on a good day, our new Draft T-Shirt floats off the skin, breathes without effort and provides 15-UPF sun protection. It combines two fabrics: lightweight 3.95-oz 100% polyester and ultralight 3.1-oz polyester mesh (30% recycled) strategically placed for maximum airflow. Details include a slightly scooped neck, offset seams to prevent chafing, reflective heat-transfer logos and a right hip envelope pocket. Both polyester fabrics are treated with Gladiodor odor control for the garment. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.
- Massey's Outfitters