prAna Sharma Dri-Balance Tee

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Dri-Balance performance fabric combines cotton and polyester microfiber for quick-drying, moisture wicking, and odor resistance while you're climbing. A print of Chris Sharma in action on the back combines a natural setting with human daring to create an

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Send some 5.14s or head out to your favorite bar-and-grill, showing your love of all things prAna when you're in the Sharma Dri-Balance Tee - made with a blend of 70% cotton & 30% polyester, it's soft and breathable. Screen-printed logo on the center front and large digital print on the back.

- Mountain Gear

Decked out with an inspiring graphic on the back, the prAna Sharma Dri-Balance T-shirt is perfect for climbers, hikers and anyone who likes to push the envelope. Dri-Balance performance fabric wicks moisture, dries quickly and resists odors. Print on back of shirt of climber Chris Sharma in action will inspire any outdoor enthusiast. prAna Sharma Dri-Balance T-shirt features a standard fit-skims the body with slight contour. Closeout.

- REI

Named in honor of climber, Chris Sharma, the prAna Sharma Dri-Balance T-Shirt features quick-drying, moisture-wicking Dry-Balance fabric to keep you comfortable at the crag.

- Backcountry.com

Prana Men's Sharma Dri-Balance Tee DECENT FEATURES of the Prana Men's Sharma Dri-Balance Tee Dri-Balance jersey with rib neck Cotton and microfiber polyester combine for quick-drying, wicking, and odor-resistant qualities Back in.Sharmain. digital print Front in.logoin. print The SPECS Fabric: 85% Polyester / 15% Cotton Honduras

- Moosejaw

prAna Sharma Dri-Balance Tee

previously retailed for:
$16.73 - $35.00

The prAna Sharma Dri-Balance Tee is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 11, 2013 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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