Royal Robbins Release Short Sleeve Shirt

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Royal Robbins's Release Short Sleeve Shirt page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Adventure worthy and engineered to keep you cool either on the trail or back at camp, the Release Short Sleeve Shirt from Royal Robbins equals function and fashion. The mesh-lined back panel and back side seam vents keep air moving over you to help you cool off and stay dry.

- Mountain Gear

This shirt from Royal Robbins will keep you cool and comfy while you're outside enjoying the day. PRODUCT FEATURES: 70% Nylon/30% Polyester UPF 50+ Fabric is a performance nylon and polyester blend that is very durable yet lightweight Excellent wicking and UV protection utilizing M.C.S. Blocker* Moisture Control System Traditional fit Dri X-Treme mesh lined vented back panel Dual zippered vertical chest pockets Back side seam venting Moisture control system

- Appalachian Outdoors

The Royal Robbins Release shirt is designed for adventurers needing a shirt that can keep up with them. Adventure Lite nylon/polyester blend fabric is very durable yet lightweight; fabric is quick drying and moisture wicking. With a UPF 50+ rating, fabric provides excellent protection against harmful ultraviolet rays. Bellowed chest pockets feature hidden snap closures. Closeout.

- REI

Royal Robbins Release Short Sleeve Shirt

MSRP:
$60.00

The Royal Robbins Release Short Sleeve Shirt is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 24, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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