Patagonia Undercover Cami

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Specs

Weight 4.4 oz / 124 g
Fabric 6.2 oz 95% Organic Cotton / 5% Spandex

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Undercover Cami page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

On Sale. Patagonia Women's Undercover Cami (Spring 2010) FEATURES of the Women's Undercover Cami by Patagonia Pre-washed, stretchy organic cotton Cleanly finished scoop neckline 360-degree shelf bra; straps have encased elastic for comfort Slim fit SPECIFICATIONS of the Patagonia Women's Undercover Cami Weight: 124 g (4.4 oz) Fabric: 6.2-oz 95% organic cotton/5% spandex. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

For all-day use, be it a stand-alone piece or for layering, the Undercover Cami from Patagonia is an unassuming option ideal for travel comfort. Made of Earth-friendly organic cotton with added spandex for stretch comfort, this do-it-all cami supports your active lifestyle via the 360-degree shelf bra and straps that stay in place.

- Mountain Gear

It's a relief that some aspects of travel are still effortless, like Patagonia's ultra-comfortable Undercover Cami. Made from an active-minded, stretchy 95% organic cotton, 5% spandex blend that never sags. The 360-degree shelf bra supports and contours while spaghetti-style straps won't dig into your skin. Hidden seams offer a clean, smooth look. This season the formfitting Undercover Cami features a longer torso length.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Morph from water-logged sea creature back to land dweller effortlessly with the easy-wearing Undercover Cami. Made from an active-minded, stretchy 95% organic cotton/5% spandex blend that maintains its shape; the built-in shelf bra supports and contours while spaghetti-style straps won't dig into your skin. With hidden seams for a clean, smooth look. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.

- Patagonia.com