Under Armour Lifted Photoreal Short-Sleeve T-Shirt - Men's

Under Armour Lifted Photoreal Short-Sleeve T-Shirt - Men's
Under Armour Lifted Photoreal Short-Sleeve T-Shirt - Men's
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Lifted Photoreal Short-Sleeve T-Shirt - Men's by Under Armour
When you go to sleep you dream of endless laps on a remote chairlift, pristine untouched pow underneath, and clusters of snowflakes turning the trees into ghosts. What better way of showing your buddies what's on your mind than wearing it on a tech tee' Under Armour's Lifted Photoreal Short-Sleeve t-shirt will pass that message on, with a monochromatic photo of a lift ascending into a dreamscape full of more pow lines than you could imagine. The tee is made from Under Armour's Charged Cotton for the soft feel of a cotton shirt, but boosted breathability to wick away moisture and keep you dry, so you can wear it for that dream day when you make it up to the resort before the road closes, and stay dry while skiing or riding heavenly lines of champagne pow.

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