Hunters Element Core+ Short Sleeve Top Black

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The Hunters Element CORE+ Short Sleeve Top is a thick, extra warm short sleeve base layer for cold conditions. The thermal properties retain the bodies core heat at the highest level in icy conditions and allow sweat to be wicked away quickly from the skin at a rapid rate. The compression weave is designed to cling tight to the body to help with muscle fatigue and rapid wicking. The body-mapped design has been athletically shaped, so the high wicking fabric can sit tight to the body in order to absorb and disperse as much sweat as possible, all the while allowing maximum movement in the high stretch areas. The warm nature and fast sweat distribution properties mean that the Hunters Element Core+ is a perfect base layer under warm outers in cold climates as well as a standalone layer in the mild parts of the day. The CORE+ should be used in temperatures ranging from -5C to 10C for maximum performance. For warmer conditions, the Hunters Element CORE range is recommended.

Features:
• Weight (size M): 250g
• Flat-lock seams
• Thermal GRIDtech high wicking, heat retention 4-way stretch fabric
• Athletic cut for maximum mobility in high stretch areas
• Muscle Compression design for increased stamina
• Body Mapping Technology for ultimate temperature and moisture regulation
• Short sleeves
• Cold weather base layer for temperatures -5°C to 10°C
• Disclaimer: Lightweight fabrics can pill when worn for long periods under certain outer layers - this cosmetic and will not affect the performance of the fabric.
• Colour: Black
• Size: Small - 2XL

Gun City is NZ's largest firearms dealers. We have been selling, importing, exporting, manufacturing, customising and repairing firearms and accessories since 1978. We have the largest range of guns, ammo and accessories available now, online in New Zealand.

Please call our shop for more information on +64 3 379-8888 in Christchurch, New Zealand.

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