Marmot Wm's Layer Up Sportsbra


RRP: £32.00
NOW: £19.99 (£16.66 ex VAT)

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Beet Purple/Bright Pink - L



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The Marmot Women’s Layer Up Sportsbra is built for medium impact activities.

Wear this midweight piece to the gym under your favorite tank or on its own outside for sunny training days. The moisture-wicking stretch fabric offers maximum sun protection with support coming from the fabric and the comfortable wide brushed band. Flat-locked seams throughout and a racerback style keep comfort at a maximum.

We love the look of this funky sportsbra and especially when it's matched up with the perfect partner the Marmot Women's Pulse Shorts.

  • Stretch, midweight, quick-drying, wicking polyester and 12% elastane knit fabric
  • Ultraviolet Protection Factor (UPF) 50
  • Medium impact support
  • Flat-locked seams
  • Wide brushed elastic band for comfort
  • Racerback
  • Reflectivity


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