Rab Interval Long Sleeve Zip Tee

 

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Rab Interval Long Sleeve Tee

This lightweight, fast drying long sleeve zip necked tee by Rab, is designed for active wear in a vast variety of different conditions. Made of a simple polyester fabric and treated with Polygiene® (a odor controller), your tee will smell fresh even if you don't feel it! Fitted with a grid-knit, flatlock low bulk seams, to reduce skin irritation, and UPF 35+, this really is the ideal everyday active wear piece. Ideally used as a base-layer in cold conditions (those early morning runs), or as a lightweight tee in warmer conditions. The wicking fabric is quick drying, so ideal for both activities.

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