Long-Sleeve Capilene® Cool Merino Shirt Women’s

Long-Sleeve Capilene® Cool Merino Shirt Women’s

Patagonia

$79.00

A breathable merino technical top, designed to naturally regulate your temperature, control odor and keep you comfortable when you’re working hard on the mountain.

Made from a blend of 65% RWS-certified merino wool and 35% recycled polyester. All of the virgin wool Patagonia sources is certified to the Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) from farm to fiber to help ensure protection both for the animals that supply it and the land they graze. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.
  • Performance Fabric - Soft, comfortable, next-to-skin blended fabric wicks moisture, dries fast, naturally regulates your temperature and resists odor
  • Built for Mobility - Set-in sleeves for enhanced movement and fit
  • Vents and Drop-Tail Hem - Side vents with slight drop tail
  • Loop for Hanging - Back-neck yoke with hanger loop
Weight: 4oz / 113g

Description

A breathable merino technical top, designed to naturally regulate your temperature, control odor and keep you comfortable when you’re working hard on the mountain.

Made from a blend of 65% RWS-certified merino wool and 35% recycled polyester. All of the virgin wool Patagonia sources is certified to the Responsible Wool Standard (RWS) from farm to fiber to help ensure protection both for the animals that supply it and the land they graze. Fair Trade Certified™ sewn.

  • Performance Fabric – Soft, comfortable, next-to-skin blended fabric wicks moisture, dries fast, naturally regulates your temperature and resists odor
  • Built for Mobility – Set-in sleeves for enhanced movement and fit
  • Vents and Drop-Tail Hem – Side vents with slight drop tail
  • Loop for Hanging – Back-neck yoke with hanger loop

Weight: 4oz / 113g

Additional information

Variant

Black (X Sm), Black (Sm), Black (Med), Black (Lg), Plume Grey (X Sm), Plume Grey (Sm), Plume Grey (Med), Plume Grey (Lg)

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