EMS Women’s Techwick Essence Long-Sleeve Shirt – Black – Size M

EMS Women's Techwick Essence Long-Sleeve Shirt - Black - Size L

EMS Women’s Techwick Essence Long-Sleeve Shirt – Black – Size M Techwick® fabric turns this long-sleeve shirt into a convenient garment for outdoor wear and layering. As the semi-fitted style sits close to the skin, the material moves away perspiration and maintains breathability, so you ultimately remain dry. From hikes and climbs to trail runs, toss on this long-sleeve tee for comfortable coverage. . Made out of a 100% polyester jersey blend. . Techwick material moves moisture away from the skin, so you stay dry and perform your best. . Semi-fitted style. . Odor-resistant treatment keeps you fresh. . Drop-tail hem offers more coverage. . Mechanical stretch material offers a greater degree of movement. . Flatlock seams reduce irritation. . Designed with a round neck and hem. . Raglan sleeves give you a greater range of motion. . Reflective tape at center back for low-light conditions. . Reflective logo. . Front length from high-point shoulder: 26 in.. . Imported. .

  • EMS Women’s Techwick Essence Long-Sleeve Shirt – Black – Size M

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