Rab Crimp Tank

 

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Rab Crimp Tank

A stylish women's climbing vest with a racer back for rock climbing and bouldering, though it can also be used in many other sports or as a casual wear top. Designed with drirelease®fabirc which is moisture wicking and quick- drying, perfect for those sweaty days at the crag, indoor days at the wall, or training days when you are really trying hard! 2-colour contrast design looks great on the wall. Fitted with a racer back to highlight those muscles!



  • Weight: 112g/4oz
  • Long length / Fit: Regular

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