Mountain Hardwear Women's Tephra Trek Short Sleeve T
Your best trekking companion: the Women's Tephra Trek Short Sleeve T from Mountain Hardwear is a breathable, abrasion-resistant shirt that stands up to pack straps, and UPF 50 sun protection.
- Fabric: Tipa Warp Knit, (100% polyester)
- Wicking, fast drying, stretch fabric
- Natural Chitosan antimicrobial finish controls odor
- UPF 50 sun protection
- Inseam/outseam/cbl:25 "; 64 cm
- Weight: 3 oz.; 90 g.
Purchase the Mountain Hardwear Tephra Trek Short Sleeve T for Women from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- July 28 2011
The thing I love about Mountain Hardwear is that their tops fit me perfectly. Im almost 52, weigh 101, and my bust measurement is 33-1/2. With most tops, Im always between an XS and S with the XS being a bit too tight around the torso but fitting everywhere else and a S being a bit too big in the shoulder/armpit area and too long in the sleeves and shirt length but loose enough that its not being stretched across my hips, stomach and chest. Not so with Mountain Hardwear, thankfully and this top is no exception. The Small fits me perfect all over. I like that this top has a unique neckline shape. Its not the same ol round or V neck. Its not a tight, body-hugging fit but, it does have shape built into it from the way they made it. (The shape you see in the photo is really real they dont have clothespins holding the back of it to give it that curvy shape.) I got it in Burnt Orange/Dark Adobe and Im thinking of getting a second one in Greenery/Jungle.
- May 30 2011
I love this shirt! It comes in great colors that coordinate with other items in the Mountain Hardwear line, and is true to size. The UPF 50 sun protection that it provides is an added bonus. Plus it is durable enough for anything from horseback riding to mountain biking. I will be back for more!
- June 21 2011
Sizing is off
I couldn't properly rate comfort or durability because I haven't worn this item. The quality, however, looks/feels good. I ordered two Mountain Hard Wear tops -- this one and one of the conditioning shirts. I went by the size chart and ordered both in a medium. The conditioning shirt fits great, but this one is too small across the chest and around the arms. I like the color (the burnt orange) and the feel of the fabric, however, so I will exchange it for a large.