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Mountain Hardwear Crater Lake 3/4 Crew Top - Women's

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Crater Lake 3/4 Crew Top

Slippery hands are not conducive to sending, so instead of slathering on more sunscreen pull on the Mountain Hardwear Crater Lake 3/4 Crew Top. This top features a UPF rating of 50+ so you can rest assured that your skin is protected from harmful UV rays while you climb. 3/4-length sleeves provide the coverage you need without risking interference between your sleeves, while the stretchy, synthetic blend moves with you and manages moisture to keep you comfortable.

  • Technical top for climbing in sunny weather
  • Synthetic material wicks away perspiration and dries quickly
  • UPF 50+ lets you focus on your project instead of sunscreen
  • Stretchy material doesn't inhibit motion
  • 3/4-length sleeves stay away from your rope and belay device
  • Item #MHW01A1

Material
88% polyester, 12% elastane
Fit
standard
Center Back Length
26.5in
Style
crew
UPF Rating
50+
Claimed Weight
4.2oz
Recommended Use
bouldering, sport climbing, trad climbing
Manufacturer Warranty
lifetime

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Does this fit loose like the hoodie version? I'm between a medium and large and I don't want to look like a stuffed sausage lol

This is going to be more on the fitted size, I recommend sizing up if you are between sizes because most sun shirts are more comfortable when they are a bit loose. Especially if you are using it to climb/hike, having it too tight might inhibit your mobility. Let me know if you have any additional questions! :)