Mammut All-Year Longsleeve Shirt 2009 - 2010


Mammut All-Year Longsleeve Shirt 2009 - 2010
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Mammut All-Year Longsleeve Shirt 2009 - 2010
Manufacturer Mammut
Page By delmarco
Page Type Oct 29, 2011 / Oct 29, 2011
Object ID 7861
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Product Description

All-Year Shirt Longsleeve

•Fabric: Polyester Microfiber and Merino Wool blend
•Contoured cut
•Mid-weight panels with waffle backing structure for optimal insulation on rapidly cooling areas of the body
•Lightweight panels for optimal temperature balance
•Moisture wicking and quick to dry
•Antimicrobial feature to avoid unpleasant odor
•Recommended for: skiing, snowboarding, backcountry, snowshoeing, climbing, hiking cool workouts
The perfect blend of fit-warmth-wicking, the Mammut All-Year Longsleeve Shirt for women features a performance fit with blended polyester microfiber / warm Merino wool and wicking body mapping to maintaining the optimum body temperature. The ideal performance baselayer for every winter adventure, 3 different moisture wicking fabrics that are strategically placed around the arm pits, sides and elbow warm when needed and vent where needed. This shirt is antimicrobial treated to avoid the fallout of unpleasant odor after multiple of long use.





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delmarco - Oct 29, 2011 2:19 pm - Voted 4/5

Great shirt but not very durable!
Great price and performance but the thinner areas are not very durable and the fabric gets pulls easily from abravise encounters with foliage or backpack straps. There was also slight piling after multiple backpack trips. Also be sure to size up because it does shrink a bit after the first couple washes/dry and it already comes very slim fitted. I'm 5'8" and 150lbs and I'm wearing a large in the picture below which fits me like a slim USA Medium.
What I like most about it is the price. I paid $49 retail for it and when it came in the mail I realized for the quality of the fabric it was a direct replacement for my $120 Arcteryx Rho LTW top. It is so good in providing warmth and breathability (wicking) that I use mine as a 3 season mid-layer above a silky thin Helly Hansen old school poly pro. Mammut also makes the zip top version which sells for a bit more ($84) but either one you get will be a great investment.


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