Rab MeCo 165 Long Sleeve Zip Tee - Men's

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Features of the Rab Men's MeCo 165 Long Sleeve Zip Tee Mid-weight Merino Cocona fabric Deep venting YKK chest zip, chin guard Close Fitting stand up collar Flatlock low bulk seams Reflective branding Slim Fit

- Moosejaw

Whether you're logging miles on the trail or vert on the skin track, the Rab Men's MeCo 165 Zip Top has your back. Rab blended ethically sourced merino wool from Australia and recycled polyester fibers, and then threw Cocona carbon technology into this lightweight baselayer top. Made from discarded coconut shells, Cocona is natural, eco-friendly, and cannot be washed out of the fabric. The result is a fast-drying baselayer that keeps up with your fast pace and that won't stink when you wear it a few days in a row on your winter hut trips or late-spring backpacking treks.

- Backcountry.com

Rab's MeCo 165 Long Sleeve Zip Tee features a deep venting YKK chest zip, chin guard and a close fitting stand up collar. A slim fit combined with low bulk seams ensure that this baselayer remains comfortably in position when layers are added. MeCo combines the warmth and softness of Merino Wool with 37.5 Technology, a fast drying and wicking polyester with activated carbon.

- CampSaver.com

CLOSEOUTS . Designed to regulate temperature, wick moisture and keep you dry, Raband#39;s Meco 165 base layer top combines the natural breathability and odor resistance of wool with the softness and durability of recycled polyester. Available Colors: BELUGA. Sizes: L, M, S, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Rab Men's MeCo 165 Long Sleeve Zip Tee

previously retailed for:
$49.99 - $100.00

The Rab Men's MeCo 165 Long Sleeve Zip Tee is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 3, 2018 at Moosejaw.

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