Retailers' Descriptions

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Features of the Mammut Men's Snow ML Half Zip Pull Comfortably soft, brushed material Antimicrobial finish to help prevent unpleasant odors Quick-drying Dynamic cut Zipped collar Flatlock seams for extra elasticity on the junctions to prevent abrasion

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

The Snow ML Half Zip Pull Men is a brushed, soft mid-layer. It dries quickly and its antimicrobial treatment prevents unpleasant odors. Flatlock seams prevent chafing and keep the mid-layer elastic, even in the seam. Weight [g]: 345 Comfortably soft, brushed material Antimicrobial finish to help prevent unpleasant odors Fast-drying Dynamic cut Zippered collar Flatlock seams for extra elasticity on the junctions to prevent abrasion

- Bentgate.com refers to the men's version

From the wind-ravaged peaks of Colorado's Continental Divide to the chilly coastal breezes of the Pacific Crest Trail, the Mammut Men's Snow ML 1/2-Zip Pullover is a worthwhile investment for the outdoor adventurer seeking a superbly soft mid-layer with a dose of thermal warmth. It's constructed of a buttery-smooth blend of polyester and spandex, with a cozy brushed inner layer that provides next-to-skin warmth. The 1/2-zip opening gives you a bit of added ventilation, should temperatures rise throughout the day when you're skiing, hiking, or climbing. Smooth flatlock seams won't scratch or irritate sensitive skin, meaning you'll be able to wear this mid-layer for hours at a time. And because you'll want to wear it for prolonged periods, the anti-odor finish keeps it from stinking excessively. This is an especially nice touch, considering most poly-based layers tend to smell really bad after you've been sweating in them all day.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

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