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Product Code: 19210570

Colour:
  • Nautilus
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  • Lime Green
  • Shadow Grey

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The mens Groundup Free Spirit Tee by Mountain Equipment has the comfort of a cotton tee but the performance of a technical layer making it the perfect choice for strenuous routes. The DRI-release fabric has great wicking capabilities and dries fast to ensure you stay comfortable for longer. It also has built in stretch to ensure unhindered moves whilst Polygiene anti-microbial technology offers odour control.


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Product Features

  • Weight: 165g
  • Fabric: 84% polyester, 11% lyocell, 5% elastane
  • DRI-release fabric for moisture management with stretch
  • Polygiene anti-microbial technology
  • Bluesign approved permanent odour control
  • Tencel cellulose fibres give outstanding wicking performance
  • Slim fit
  • Crew neck
  • Exclusive 'Free Spirit' Mountain Equipment graphic

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About the brand

Mountain Equipment

Above and beyond since 1961

Mountain Equipment has been making top quality expedition clothing and equipment for over fifty years. They work with pro athletes, mountain guides and Sherpas the world over to create a range of equipment that can stand up to the most challenging conditions in the most remote areas. They have played a part of every British first assent over 8000m and have reached the summit of Everest more than 175 times.

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