La Sportiva Future Long-Sleeve T-Shirt - Men's

La Sportiva Future Long-Sleeve T-Shirt - Men's
La Sportiva Future Long-Sleeve T-Shirt - Men's
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Future Long-Sleeve T-Shirt - Men's by La Sportiva
When you're hanging out at the crag there can be a lot of down time in between climbs, and if you're looking for a shirt that's as comfortable on the wall as it is kicking back with a book on the nearest boulder, then reach for the La Sportiva Future Long-Sleeve T-Shirt. Ideal for climbs in mild to cool weather, this shirt is made with a stretchy cotton blend that offers next to skin comfort and easy mobility for all of the day's pursuits. Thanks to its special construction this fabric wicks sweat to keep you dry as you work hard on tough sport routes, while Polygiene anti-odor technology ensures that you won't end up stinking up your buddy's car on the ride home.

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SKU: LSP00K6
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