Patagonia Capilene Air Crew Base Layer Top - Men's

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Lightweight, soft and warm, the men's Patagonia Capilene Air crew base layer top dries quickly, insulates even when wet and resists odors for days of use whether you're on the slopes or the trails.

Features

  • Made from a blend of 51% responsibly sourced certified merino wool from New Zealand and 49% Capilene® recycled polyester that wicks moisture, resists odor and dries in a flash
  • Feels light and soft against the skin and stretches naturally to move with the body
  • 18.5-micron-gauge yarns used in Capilene Air with an innovative air blasting technology that increases the yarn's loft while reducing weight compared to traditional wool yarn
  • 3-D knit construction eliminates chafe points through the entire garment and has almost no wasted material while offering warmth and comfort
  • Zigzag texture is designed to trap warmth and allow airflow
  • Soft, stretchy elastic knit in the cuffs and hem keep the garment positioned where you want it and add skin-pampering comfort for extended use

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Multisport

Shirt Type

T-shirt

Fabric

5.6 oz. (190 g) 51% responsibly sourced merino wool/49% recycled polyester/seamless zigzag knit: 18.5-micron-gauge lofted wool

Moisture Wicking

Yes

Quick Drying

Yes

Underwear Weight

Midweight

Sleeve Length

Long Sleeve

Gender

Men's

Sustainability

Contains recycled materials

Size Chart

XXSXSSMLXLXXLXXXL28293031323334353638404244
Chest3335374044475056
Sleeve Length3032333335363738
Waist262829-3031-3334-3637-4042-444929303132333435363739414345
Hip323436394346495535363738394041424345474951
Inseam3031313233333333313131323232333333333333

Sizing Notes

Measurements are stated in inches unless otherwise indicated.

Inseam varies depending on style.

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