Sierra Designs Trainer L/S - Women's


Weight 4.5 oz
Center Back Length 25 in (Medium)
Body Fabric Spectrum 100% Polyester

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Sierra Designs's Trainer L/S page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Free Shipping. Sierra Designs Women's Trainer Long Sleeve (Spring 2007) Sierra Designs Women's Trainer Long Sleeve (Spring 2007)Flat lock seams guarantee comfort and durability in the all-around Trainer by Sierra Design. No-nonsense performance in seven solid colors the long-sleeved Trainer offers just a bit more warmth, with all the same performance characteristics. Layer it while Spring skiing or wear it as a stand-alone piece to start an early-morning run. Spectrum hangs for the long haul, wicking sweat and drying in a flash along the way. The Ciba antimicrobial finish resists funkiness after an endless workout. Old-school styling keeps it real: a crew neck, straight hem, and semi-relaxed fit.Fabrics:SpectrumFeatures: Wicking finish Straight hem Semi-relaxed fit Reflective heat transfer logo Flatlock seams Crew neck Ciba Silver Ion antimicrobial treatment

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS. The Spectrum knit fabric in this Sierra Designs shirt provides a balanced level of temperature control, weight and unbeatable moisture wicking. Keeps the skin dry in warm or cold conditions Ultra-Fresh anti-microbial treatment minimizes odors Ideal for layering Long sleeves 100% polyester Machine wash, hang dry Trim Fit CLOSEOUTS. Canada. Sizes: XS(2) S(4-6) M(8-10) L(12-14) XL(16-18)

- Sierra Trading Post

Sierra Designs Women's Trainer L/S


The Sierra Designs Women's Trainer L/S is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 17, 2012 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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