Marmot Women's Layer Up Tank

 

RRP: £26.00
FROM: £16.99 (£14.16 ex VAT)

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Marmot Women's Layer Up Tank

Sale - RRP £26 now only £16.99!


A cute tank top that is perfect as outdoor active and casual wear, will look great with whatever outfit. Can also be used for training and rigorous exercise, as it has exceptional moisture- management  so is more breathable and quick-drying. Excellent for climbing, bouldering, hiking, walking and any other extreme activity. Works well as a first layer for those long days on the mountain or at the crag. The relaxed fit racer back is excellent for women with wider shoulders and compliments most female body shapes. Designed with a soft cottony feel, screen print and droptail hem for extra coverage completes the stylish look of this Layer Up Tank.



  • Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 30
  • Flat-Locked Seams for Added Comfort
  • Reflectivity
  • Main Materials: 93% Polyester, 7% Elastane Jersey 4.4 oz/yd
  • Fit
  • Weight: 154.8g

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