Marmot Belmont Polo Shirt - UPF 30, Short Sleeve (For Men)

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About Marmot Belmont Polo Shirt - UPF 30, Short Sleeve (For Men)

Closeouts. Marmot's Belmont polo shirt is done in a fine-knit, moisture-wicking performance polyester with spandex for plenty of stretch. The classic three-button-collared neckline is just right for weekending in casual style, and mesh panels deliver cooling airflow during heat-of-the-day activities.


Specs about Marmot Belmont Polo Shirt - UPF 30, Short Sleeve (For Men)

  • UPF rating: 30
  • Short sleeves
  • Closure: 3 Buttons
  • Fabric: 96% polyester, 4% elastane (body 1), 100% polyester (body 2)
  • Lining material: 100% polyester
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Made in Viet Nam
  • Cannot ship to Australia
  • Cannot ship to New Zealand


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Reviewed by Neeman from Israel on Monday, March 6, 2017
It said white
it is grey
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About Marmot

Conceived in a university dorm room by a pair of climbing buddies, Marmot Mountain Works first opened its doors in the spring of 1974 in Grand Junction, Colorado. At the time, the base of operations was a 100-year-old stone building. That same year, the first Marmot down jacket was produced specifically for an action flick called “The Eiger Sanction,” starring legendary actor Clint Eastwood. In the four decades since, Marmot has continued to engineer reliable gear that exceeds the expectations of outdoor athletes. Today, Marmot tents, backpacks, outerwear, clothing and Marmot sleeping bags are still pushing the limits in the planet’s most challenging conditions, from the summits of the world’s highest mountains to the deepest river basins.