Sherpa Adventure Gear Kalpana Quarter-Zip

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sherpa Adventure Gear's Kalpana Quarter-Zip page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

In Nepali, the word Kalpana means dreams. If you've been dreaming of owning a long sleeve base layer that's light enough for warmer weather, and is slick enough on the surface for catch-free layering, this is it. The Sherpa Kalpana's ultra-light, state-of-the-art Dry Zone "smart" fabric has a built-in thermal conductivity sensor: it feels warm in winter, and cool in summer. Plus it is breathable, wicks away moisture and dries very quickly.

- CampSaver.com

In Nepali, the word Kalpana means dreams. If you have been dreaming of owning a long sleeve base layer that is light enough for warmer weather, but has a smooth, easy-layering fabric, this is it. Designed just for Sherpa Adventure Gear, the Kalpanas ultra-light, state-of-the-art Dry Zone smart fabric has a high-tech thermal conductivity control that makes it warm in winter, cool in summer. Plus it is semi-waterproof, fast-wicking and dries in just one second, so you can wear it alone and hardly notice rain or sweat.CLOSEOUTBlocks 99 percent of UV rays so you dont get burned at high elevationsSo light it floatsWoven with anti-bacterial silver ions to minimize odorsQuarter-zip neck for extra venting in warm conditionsWelded sleeve pocket holds essentialsFabric: 54 percent Polyester / 46 percent Nylon Dry Zone

- Second Ascent

Sherpa Adventure Gear Kalpana Quarter-Zip

previously retailed for:
$29.95 - $46.95

The Sherpa Adventure Gear Kalpana Quarter-Zip is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 5, 2013 at CampSaver.com.

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