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Mountain Hardwear Men's Justo Trek Long Sleeve T

$39.95 - $44.95

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Mountain Hardwear Men's Justo Trek Long Sleeve T

The Mountain Hardwear Men's Justo Trek Long Sleeve T is travel tough with enough urban looks to even make a tieless Friday appearance. This shirt is wicking, fast-drying and offers UPF 50 sun protection if it so happens that you chose unwisely on a Thursday and are sent home packing; not so bad, it's a sunny day.

  • Fabric: body - Tipa™Warp Knit
  • Wicking, fast drying, stretch fabric
  • Natural Chitosan antimicrobial finish controls odor
  • Elongated sleeve cuffs with thumb holes for sun protection
  • Flat-lock seam construction eliminates chafe
  • UPF 50 sun protection
  • Apparel Fit: Semi-Fitted
  • Center Back Length: 28 " / 71 cm
  • Weight: 6 oz. / 168 g.

Purchase the Mountain Hardwear Justo Trek Long Sleeve T for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.



4 Star Rating

Reviews

4 Stars BHikingNJ - April 27 2011

Nice shirt with some down sides.
Overall this is a comfortable shirt and has good craftmanship. The material is a little slick and loose to help stay cool in warm to hot weather. With that being said on the downside the collar is bigger than most shirts I get from Mountain Hardwear. It's not anoyingly big but I persoanlly wish it were a tad bit smaller since I do have a long thin neck. The thumb holes at the cuff are also different than other shirts with thumb holes. They have been made too small for the entire thumb up past the last knuckle to fit through it comfortably. And the sleeves are also longer than most mediums I get, they do bunch up at my wrist. When I talked to a rep. at Mountain Hardwear about the sizing being a bit to big I was told that it was made that way to keep you cool and that the shirt should shrink a little in the dryer after washing (it did not shrink much if at all). After all that I thought about trying a small but at 5'11 & 140lbs I decided to stay with the medium. So after weighing out the pros and cons I decided to keep the shirt to try it out when hiking since overall I think the shirt does do it's job of keeping the body cool and it is a very comfortable material to wear. I just hope on the next years model they correct at least the thumb hole size if nothing else.



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