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Mammut Kula Pull Zip (2009)
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Mammut Kula Pull Zip (2009)

 
Mammut Kula Pull Zip (2009)

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Mammut Kula Pull Zip (2009)

Manufacturer: Mammut

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Page By: delmarco

Created/Edited: Nov 20, 2008 / Nov 20, 2008

Object ID: 5730

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Product Description

Trim-fitting highly elastic shirt with antibacterial treatment. Its moisture transporting properties keep the body dry and prevent quick cool-down.

Can be used as outer or underwear
Zip collar

Ventex Dryzone®
Antimicrobial feature, UV-resistant material. Has hydrophobe/ hydrophile properties. Composition: 93% Nylon, 7% Elasthan.

Optimally suitable for
Classical Alpinism, Multipitch Rockclimbing, Mixed- and Iceclimbing
Suitable for
Winterhiking / Snowshoeing

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delmarcoMammut does it again! Classic A+ quality all rounder top.

Voted 5/5

This has potential to become the new classic "all rounder" similar to the cult status acquired by Patagonia's R1 Hoody a few years ago. For the lowly price tag of $49 to $59 retail you get everything of what the $99 Arc'teryx Rho LT gives you and alittle more. The top is made with anti odor and bacterial fabrics (or treatment) that keeps it clean and fresh during your multi week expeditions. That said, what more could you want in a top that wicks sweat off your skin and keeps you warm at all times.

My only gripe was the color for the "Corn" color is not mustard-green like most of the webpage pictures shows but a bright yellow. Which may be fine for some, but I didn't want another yellow top so I sent it back for red or as Mammut calls it; "Fire". And it is!

IMPORTANT NOTE ON SIZING: I highly recommend that you size up (meaning get the next bigger size than you would normally wear) regardless of what fit you prefer. These do shrink a bit after the first wash. You can probably beat the dreaded Machine Wash&Dry shrinkage trap by a doing an ice cold water wool-lite handwash and line dry.

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