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When the temps are high or the action is hot, the Mammut Women's MTR 71 Shirt will keep you cool and dry. Made from highly breathable and stretchy VENtech, this quick-drying and ultralight top provides plenty of ventilation and mobility. Flatlock athletically designed seams won't chafe or get in the way, and reflective logos and an antimicrobial will keep you visible and fresh when your workouts go long into the night.
  • Lightweight VENtech 56000 stretches to let you move freely, dries quickly, and breathes for cool, dry comfort
  • Athletic seam design and flatlock stitching provides chafe-free comfort
  • Athletic fit keeps you lean and mobile without bulk or bagginess
  • Reflective logos add visibility for increased safety after sunset or in low light
  • Antimicrobial treatment helps keep you fresh and odor-free

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Grouse Grinding it!

Grouse Grinding it!

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This tee fits great, doesn't stink and dries fast!

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Very comfortable and attractive!

I recently got a bunch of synthetic shirts from Mammut because my wardrobe was severely lacking in this department. I was extremely pleased with all of them!

When it comes to synthetic/ active tops, I typically feel fairly uncomfortable in them, as they tend to cling and fit oddly. However, this one has a gorgeous and flattering drape, and does not cling at all. It feels great on the skin.

This shirt in particular has already been put through the wringer: I've run in it, hiked in it, climbed in it, and I've actually used it quite a lot under my gi in jiu jitsu. Given all of this abuse, it shows no signs of wear.