The North Face Summit Pro 120 Crew Base Layer Top - Men's

$100.00
Color: Gravel
$100.00
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An adventure-ready, lightweight base layer made cold-weather exploration, the men's Summit Pro 120 Crew base layer top has low-profile seams to minimize bulk and maximize comfort.

Features

  • Double-knit DotKnit fabric features targeted yarn construction for optimized moisture management
  • Engineered holes in the face fabric accelerate moisture transfer
  • Merrow stitching for strength and comfort against the skin
  • Minimal seams for reduced bulk
  • Raglan sleeves and underarm gussets for mobility
  • Thumbholes at cuffs prevent the sleeves from riding up when worn with additional layers
  • FlashDry™ Technology
  • The North Face slim fit

Imported.

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Multisport

Shirt Type

T-shirt

Fabric

58% polyester/42% recycled polyester

Moisture Wicking

Yes

Quick Drying

Yes

Underwear Weight

Midweight

Sleeve Length

Long Sleeve

Thumbholes

Yes

Gender

Men's

Sustainability

Contains recycled materials

Size Chart

XSSMLXLXXLXXXL30 IN Waist32 IN Waist34 IN Waist36 IN Waist38 IN Waist40 IN Waist
Chest33–3536–3839–4142–4445–4849–5253–56
Sleeve Length3333.53434.835.536.337
Waist27–2829–3031–3435–3839–4243–4429–3031–3233–3435–3637–3839–40
Hip33–3435–3738–4041–4344–4647–4950–5235–3637–3839–4041-4243–4444–45
Inseam31.531.53232.532.532.531.532323232.532.5

Sizing Notes

TALL: Some shirts, pants and jackets are available in tall sizes, which generally means an inseam that is 3 inches longer and a rise that is 1 inch longer, a shirt or jacket body that is 2 inches longer and sleeves that are 2 inches longer than regular sizes.

SHORT: Pants are available in short sizes. These have an inseam of 30 inches.

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