ExOfficio Women’s Gill Long Sleeve, Chlorine, Small
ExOfficio Women's Gill Long Sleeve, Chlorine, Small
- Button-front shirt featuring flap chest pockets and long sleeves with button tabs
- Vented back
- Quick-dry moisture-wicking fabric
The Kizmet will bring you good travel karma wherever you roam. The Kizmet dries quickly, wicks moisture, stretches for ease of movement and is rated UPF 50+ against the sun's rays.
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