Arc'teryx Phase AR Zip Neck LS Men's

 

RRP: £60.00
FROM: £52.96 (£44.13 ex VAT)

You Save 11%

 

Thanks for your interest in the . We're sorry we're unable to fulfil an order at this time but if you'd like to be notified when stock is next available please let us know:

Product:

Quantity *:

Email *:

Phone:

Notify Me

In the meantime, perhaps the alternatives below might be suitable:

Discount Code

If you are a member of an outdoor or watersports group and have a discount code, please enter it in the box below.

For more information on discount codes, click here.

Zip neck base layer


Arcteryx Sale - RRP £60 now only £35.99!

How does a quality base layer work? Well, it's a combination of two things. Unlike cotton which holds onto moisture, man-made wicking fabrics spread moisture across the entire garment, thus increasing comfort and aiding temperature regulation. When you rest, this broadly dispersed moisture evaporates much quicker than it would if concentrated in small areas, speeding up drying time, in turn keeping you warmer and more comfortable.

The Arcteryx Phase AR Zip Neck LS is a fantastic example of a great wicking base-layer. As well as transporting moisture away from you and keeping you comfortable the encapsulated silver-ions contained within the fabric provides durable odour control.

The Phase AR itself further helps climate control through adjusting its zipped neck. In terms of insulation it is ideally suited to spring, autumn and winter forays or low to mid altitudes. The silky-smooth stretchy finish gives a close fit that won't chafe. Lovely! 




Up and Under OUTDOOR BLOG

A very sad day for Up and Under

Please read the attached for our statement about the loss of our friend.
More on A very sad day for Up and Under »

Patagonia Sample Sale - Postponed

Unfortunately we have had to postpone the Patagonia Sample Sale until further notice. Thank you very much for your understanding.
More on Patagonia Sample Sale - Postponed »

South Downs Way - 100 Mile Ultra Race

Team Up and Under Member Mark Aston, took part in his first 100 mile Ultra Trail Running race a few weeks ago, and, along with a short report on the race, gives us his thoughts on how to approach these events as a 'normal' person.
More on South Downs Way - 100 Mile Ultra Race »

Please wait!