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Arcteryx Rho Lt Zip Neck Womens

Description: Arcteryx Rho Lt Zip Neck Womens

For lightweight performance that will cripple the cold, get into the Arc’teryx Rho Women’s Lt Zip Neck. This base layer wicks moisture with a fury so you stay dry on all your hiking, trekking and climbing adventures. An anti-microbial protection layer ensures that no matter how hard you work, no nasty funk will follow in your footsteps. In fact, few will be able to keep up while you take on all kinds of epic outings in the Arc’teryx Rho Women’s Lt Zip Neck.

Features of the Arcteryx Rho Lt Zip Neck Womens


  • Fabrics/Materials: Rentex™ Powerflex—Polyester/Lycra blend
  • Moisture Wicking: Yes
  • Weight: 166 g / 5.9 oz
  • Fit: Next to skin
  • Construction: No-lift gusseted underarms
  • Zipper: 1/4 Zip
Arcteryx Rho Lt Zip Neck Womens Colors Available:
PINE FROST, BLACK

Arcteryx Rho Lt Zip Neck Womens

Was: $119.00
Now: $82.95 - $119.00
Style 11271


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Arcteryx Rho Lt Zip Neck Womens Reviews


Average of 1 Reviews:

TOP FIVE PROS

  • Wicks Moisture (1)
  • Lightweight (1)
  • Dries Quickly (1)
  • Comfortable (1)
  • Breathable (1)

TOP THREE BEST USES

  • Outdoor Activities (1)
  • Hiking and Camping (1)
  • Climbing/Mountaineering (1)
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REVIEWED BY: APRIL    2012-10-11

"I have to say one of the things I like most about this base layer is that it never seems to have an odor even after I wear it all day long. The RHO top is extremely comfortable, it moves with me, which makes hiking and climbing that much more pleasurable for me. "

  • Pros: Breathable,Comfortable,Dries Quickly,Lightweight,Wicks Moisture
  • Best Uses: Climbing/Mountaineering,Hiking and Camping,Outdoor Activities
  • Sizing: Feels True to Size
  • Sleeve Length: Feels True to Size
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