I know it's just a t-shirt but it's one of the most comfortable ones in my dresser. The blue moon color is really rich and sharp looking. I haven't washed it a whole lot, so can't comment on how it will hold up, but Arc'teryx usually does a good job when it come to durability and quality. I'll comment again if my opinion changes once I use it more.
One of if not my favorite climbing shirt. Something about the way Arcteryx makes their shirt, from the fit to sleeve length to even the little brand tag at the cuff of the sleeve makes this shirt the one I usually pick out before hitting the gym or crag. It's a shame they got rid of the purple one - I would really like that in my closet.
Like most Arcteryx products, this shirt fits more athletically than shirts from some other brands. Its also super comfortable in warm weather because the fabric isn't very beefy. The only downside is that the material is so thin that it isn't especially durable. But I don't know if there is anything I have owned for more than a week that doesn't have a hole in it.
The back logo of this shirt is pretty cool looking. The weight of the fabric is thinner and lightweight so it's great for warm weather. If you're looking for a thicker and more durable shirt then this might not be the best option for you. But overall it's very comfortable. The sleeves run a bit short as well.
It has a great feel to the fabric and a perfect fit. .This is the first time I purchase Arc'teryx T-Shirt because I usually love the Mammut brand for shirts, but it's surely a great shirt, quite pricey and have to see how the laundry makes down the road and if they still worth it.
The shirt is very comfortable. The only downside to this fabric is that it stays wrinkled. Comes out of the dryer wrinkled and unless you iron it, it stays wrinkled.