Features100% recycled polyester jacquard fleece with hollow-core yarns features a unique zigzag texture that wicks moisture, dries fast and is highly breathable for high-output activitiesOff-shoulder seams sit comfortably under pack strapsLeft-chest pocket for easy stashing of small items; minimal bulk makes for a great layering pieceQuick-drying woven binding at the back hem and cuffs for added stretch and improved fitHalf-zip for added ventingFair Trade Certified™ sewnMade in Sri Lanka.Weight: 289 g (10.2 oz)
Materials5.7-oz 100% recycled polyester jacquard fleece with hollow-core yarnsFabric is certified as bluesign® approvedFair Trade Certified™ sewn
Mammut's Nair ML Half Zip Pull for men is a comfortable, light, breathable and quick-drying mid-layer with a classic sporty look. Featuring a handy chest zipper pocket and a front zipper to make it easier to put on.
A lightweight technical pull-over fleece perfect worn on its own or as a layering piece. The hybrid construction using PONTETORTO® technostretch 'hard-face' fleece for the main material and the more breathable DRYACTIV Lite stretch fleece on the side pannels and under the arms, it's designed to be a moisture-wicking, close-fitting layer for fast-paced mountain activities.
The Geon Pull-On by Rab is the ideal multi-application midlayer, built from Thermic™ stretch fleece, a hydrophobic mid-weight polyester/elastane fabric designed for dry, easy-flex insulation on active winter days in the hills. For improved comfort, it uses a rolled hem and cuff, alongside low-profile flatlock seams that slide easily over the skin, helping minimise friction points.
The Snugpak Impact Fleece is a warm and cosy mid layer for year round use. It's a lightweight, breathable fleece for use in all weathers. Perfect as a layer or on its own, this unisex top comes with a half length zip and cosy high neck.
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