Designed to perform during intense activities in mild to cold conditions, this crew neck base layer is constructed of bodymapped elastic fabric for ideal body temperature management. - Tight-fitting - Flatlock seams - Quick-drying
When it's a good thing to have thin skin. If you decide to tackle a ride, run, race or high-intensity workout in seriously ferocious weather, it is just not a problem in our Active Extreme X Wind SS. Even the toughest of elements are under control with our baselayer tee. Made of ultra thin, lightweight elastic fabric that is channel knitted to trap air and provide warmth, this deceptively simple looking piece is in fact toughest most sophisticated layer you could ask for. - Supertight fit - Thin, lightweight and elastic fabric that is channel-knitted to trap air and provide warmth - Coolmax-Air fiber against the skin enhances cooling and moisture transport - Flatlock seams that follow body movements - Elastic wind-protection panels at front body, shoulders and sleeves - This product is made with SeaQual polyester that is produced from recycled plastic from the ocean
Designed to perform during intense activities in mild to cold conditions. This crew neck base layer is constructed of bodymapped elastic fabric for ideal body temperature management. - Tight-fitting - Flatlock seams - Quick-drying
Craft's Superlight Mesh top features big-hole design for superior ventilation and cooling. • Multi-channel, hollow, polyester filament fabric • Fibers channel moisture away from the body • Antimicrobial treatment to prevent fabric odor • Ergonomic fit
One of our best selling baselayers, the Cool Mesh Superlight is designed to cool your body 6 degrees by using a six-channel Coolmax fiber and large hole mesh construction that creates the ideal evaporative cooling environment. This baselayer wicks moisture and dries quickly allowing your body to thermo-regulate during those hot summer rides, runs or training sessions. - Excellent moisture transport. - Soft and comfortable. - Ergonomic fit for optimal freedom of movement.
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