Arc'teryx Sirrus Long-Sleeve Henley Shirt - Men's

Arc'teryx Sirrus Long-Sleeve Henley Shirt - Men's
Arc'teryx Sirrus Long-Sleeve Henley Shirt - Men's
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Sirrus Long-Sleeve Henley Shirt - Men's by Arc'teryx
Prepare for the rapidly approaching chilly seasons with the lightweight warmth and quick-drying comfort of the Arc'teryx Men's Sirrus Henley Shirt. DryTech fabric is a great choice for fast-paced activities and layering warmth, due to its quick-drying, ultra-breathable characteristics. This fabric employs polyester against the skin to draw moisture away from the body where it can readily evaporate, mated with a textured cotton outer that breathes well to regulate your temperature on the move. The Sirrus is finished with a low-profile snap placket and slightly longer cut for extra coverage in cool seasons.

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