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Rhone General T-Shirt - Short-Sleeve - Men's

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    Destined for greatness, the Rhone General T-Shirt is far from your average tee with its embedded Silvertech antimicrobial fibers and body-cooling mesh underarm vents. Striking an ideal balance between fit and function for long-distance runs, casual hikes, and gym workouts, the shirt's moisture-wicking blend of polyester, nylon, and spandex delivers lightweight comfort and superior stretch for individuals constantly on the move. Additionally, you'll find a subtle V-neck opening, as well as flatlock seams for a silky-smooth feel without irritation.

    • Polyester, nylon, spandex
    • Silvertech antimicrobial
    • Mesh underarm venting
    • Subtle V-neck
    • Flatlock seams
    • Semi-fitted
    • Item #RHO0001

    Tech Specs

    Material
    45% polyester, 37% nylon, 9% spandex, 9% XT2 polyester
    Fit
    semi-fitted
    Style
    performance tee
    Antimicrobial
    yes, Silvertech
    Recommended Use
    running, fitness, hiking & camping, casual

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    I never understand how a company finds there price point. When I see a 70$ shirt the first thing I do is look at the materials. In this case polyester, nylon , spandex. I then go to a sports store, head to the sale rack and I can pick from a hundred Nike and under armor shirts with same blend of materials for less than 20$. How does a company like Rhone survive when you can get 3 shirts for the price of 1 ?