Outdoor Research Men's Echo Tee

 

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You'll choose the Outdoor Research Men's Echo Tee time and time again with it’s extremely breathable AirVent™ fabric, anti-chafing seamless design, raglan sleeve shapes, Polygiene® anti-odor technology, and UPF 15 protection against sunburns.

When things start heating up, the weather or your heart rate, go for the Echo Tee™ by OUTDOOR RESEARCH to help you keep your cool.

  • 88g
  • Center Back Length 69.5cm
  • AirVent™ - 100% Polyester
  • Polygiene® anti-odor technology
  • Breathable
  • Wicking
  • Elastic
  • UV-protection UPF 15
  • Flat-seam construction
  • Low-proile chafe-free fit

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