About Mountain Hardwear Aliso Shirt - UPF 25, Zip Neck, Long Sleeve (For Women)
Closeouts. Runners, hikers, speed walkers... everyone loves Mountain Hardwear's Aliso zip-neck shirt for its built-in sun protection, moisture-wicking fabric, and ventilating mesh side panels.
Specs about Mountain Hardwear Aliso Shirt - UPF 25, Zip Neck, Long Sleeve (For Women)
- UPF: 25
- Long sleeves
- Closure: YKK®,Zip neck
- Zip neck: 6-1/2"
- Length: 26" (based on size medium)
- Fabric: 51% polyester, 49% polypropylene (body), 93% polyester, 7% spandex (side panel)
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Vendor fit: Mountain Hardwear Active Fit is slightly fitted for ease of movement
- Made in China
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- US shipments only
Mountain Hardwear Womens Size Chart
|Size||2||4 - 6||8 - 10||12 - 14||16|
|Bust||33||34 - 35||36 - 37.5||39 - 40.5||42|
|Waist||25||26 - 27||28 - 29.5||31 - 32.5||34|
|Hip||35||36 - 37||38 - 39.5||41 - 42.5||44|
Note: Measurements in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by alpinemtngoat from Alpine on Tuesday, May 27, 2014high neck
Reviewed by iowakathy from Omaha, ne on Saturday, January 11, 2014I love my mountain hardwear zip nick shirts. This one, although best suited for a summer layer, was thinner than I expected. I still love it. Perfect for a treadmill workout
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jules the hiker from Mammoth Lakes, Ca. on Wednesday, October 10, 2012I used this garment on a 11 mile hike at 11,000 feet. I really liked the long sleeves for sun protection and the neck zip provided nice ventelation. Plus white reflects heat so I stayed cool. The fit was uncomfortable though, sleeves and the rib cage area snug and irratating. I wore this garment thinking I could ignore those issues once I started moving but no. Plus just putting my back pack on caused snagging. I think if a company is going to go to the trouble of putting in a half zip in a upf shirt they would make a taller collar so my neck wouldn't get sun burnt!
- Best Uses: Beach cover-up, Golf, Hiking
- Cons: Snags very easily, too loose at the bottom, Too Tight In The Rib Cage
- Pros: Ok For Hiking, Ok Sun Protection, Ok Temperature Regulation
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Amanda M. from Chicago, IL on Thursday, September 27, 2012I was really excited to find this shirt. I ride horses competitively. This summer "vented" long sleeve shirts became all of the rage because of the added in sun protection and the great breathability. All of the equine brands (which in my opinion are not as good as some of our outdoor brands) were charging $110 for these same style shirts - with poor fits. I was excited to find these - especially on sale. Not only are the great for when it is very hot and sunny, but they appear to be a good breathable base layer as well. THe fit is good. I have found that Mountain Hardware tends to run a little small - however these shirts are pretty true to size. My only complaint - and it's a small one - is that the neckline is a little goofy. It's not quite a crew and not quite a zip neck. Slightly in between, but it isn't really a bother... just a little different.
- Best Uses: Baselayer, Sun Protection
- Cons: Neckline
- Pros: Fit, Material, Style
Verified Buyer Reviewed by JKPTLA from LA, CA on Tuesday, September 25, 2012I wore this hiking in the Grand Tetons and it kept me cool with the stretchy side panels made of a mesh blend. Plus, I didn't need to put sunscreen on my arms.Weather was warmer than expected so this shirt worked very well in place of T-shirts. Watch out for velcro tabs that will snag the super soft fabric. Mine got caught a few times on the open velcro tabs of my large camera bag. But it such a comfortable shirt, I felt it was still worth it!
- Best Uses: Hiking travel
- Pros: breathable, Comfortable, Good loose fit, Stretchy
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