Spyder Powergrade Dry W.E.B. T-Neck

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The Spyder Powergrade Dry W.E.B T-Neck Top is the perfect baselayer to suit up in before heading to the hill. The Dry W.E.B bi-component fabric wicks moisture away from your body to keep you dry while the front half-zipper protects your neck when you're deep in the powder and zips-down when you need to flaunt some chest hair. Black widows beware: you have a W.E.B. of your own now.

- Backcountry.com

CLOSEOUTS . For long days in the mountains, Spyder's Powergrade Dry W.E.B. base layer top boasts moisture-wicking performance and an athletic fit. The multi-layer structure absorbs perspiration, moves it away from the skin and disperses it for quick evaporation. Available Colors: BLACK, WHITE. Sizes: S, 2XL, M, L, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

Base layers are the underrated secret to staying warm and dry in the mountains, and the Spyder Powergrade Dry W.E.B. T-Neck Shirt for men will get you off to a great start in your layering system. This t-neck ski top has a half-length zip and custom Spyder graphics. The polyester pique fabric is woven to wick moisture and help you regulate your body temperature in all conditions. Spyder knows skiing, and the Powergrade Dry W.E.B. shirt is your ticket to all-day comfort on the hill.

- Altrec Outlet

Spyder Powergrade Dry W.E.B. T-Neck

previously retailed for:
$49.47 - $62.99

The Spyder Powergrade Dry W.E.B. T-Neck is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 14, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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