Arc'teryx Sarix SS Men's


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Cardinal - XS



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Arcteryx Sarix SS Men's is comfy, high wicking, cool and well vented running tech tee that is on sale with 30% off RRP.

As Arc'teryx say "ultra lightweight, highly air permeable performance mesh shirt for race level runs and high output mountain training."

Focussed on freedom of movement and moisture management the Sarix SS Men's design is purely essential. The ultralight polyester mesh is an exceptional fabric for high output in hot weather. The trim fit moves with the body and eliminates excess fabric that can cause drag or get in the way. Flatlock construction reduces irritation and chafing, and reflective blades add visibility in low light. 100% polyester Polydel Mesh deliver s maximized air circulation and moisture wicking performance at only 80 grams per square metre and with an excellent next to skin feel.

  • 75g
  • Reflective blazes for enhanced visibility in low light


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