Arc'teryx Cita Sleeveless

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Arc'teryx Cita Sleeveless
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FEATURES of the Arcteryx Women's Cita Sleeveless.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Women's Cita Sleeveless.

Fit:

  • Relaxed fit through torso for comfort, open scoop neckline for maximum air flow

Fabric:

  • Ariax™—77% polyester, 23% spandex, 74 g/m². Stretchy mesh textile with a peached back and a wicking finish.
  • Strategically placed flatlock construction reduces chafing
  • Highly air permeable—allows air and moisture to move through the fabric to speed drying
  • Lightweight, highly ventilated mesh body, contrast solid stretch fabric back panel
  • Flatlock stitching provides comfort and eliminates annoying chafing issues
  • Aeris™—88% polyester, 12% spandex 132 g/m². Stretchy, tight-gridded mesh textile
  • Stretchy fabric construction provides freedom of movement
  • Aeris and Ariax fabric wicks moisture, breathes exceptionally well, and dries quickly so you stay comfortable when you pound pavement or dirt

Weather and Wind:

  • Flatlocked seams lie flat for added comfort

Sizing:

  • Racerback style, longer length, and trim cut work well for your high-impact trail endeavors

Comfort:

  • Stretchy straps for extra comfort

Logo/Graphics:

  • Reflective logo

Straps:

  • Racer-back strap configuration

Features:

  • Air-permeable mesh throughout the main body and contrast stretch at the back panel make the Cita ideal to wear during race days or warm-weather training
  • Sleeveless
  • Racer back style allows for good coverage over most sports bras
Mountain Gear
The women's Cita Sleeveless Sport Top from ARCTERYX is a high-performance sleeveless top suited for race days and warm weather training.

Campsaver.com

The Arc'teryx Cita Sleeveless Top is a high performance sleeveless top suited for race days and warm weather training. Highly air permeable mesh used throughout main body with an alternative stretchy textile in the straps and rear yoke. Strategically placed flatlocked stitching helps to prevent chafing.


Backcountry.com

Stay on top of your game during race day and wear the Arc'teryx Women's Cita Sleeveless Top. This anatomically paneled, trim-fit top features mesh body panels that boost ventilation so you stay comfortable throughout your long run or grueling hike.


Gearx

The Arc'Teryx Cita is a super lightweight, performance sleeveless top with highly air permeable mesh panels throughout the main body area, paired with comfortable, stretchy racer back straps and rear yoke.


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Materials:

Weight: 103 g/ 3.6 oz

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Clothing Fit:Trim Fit
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Weight:3.7 oz / 105 g
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Arc'teryx Cita Sleeveless Review:

Reviews:

I got this top so I could wear it climbing. I loved the purple color of it but I felt like it fit me funny. The fabric of this top was amazing it was very light and durable. I am 5'4 and 110 lbs and got an XS but the bottom of this shirt was still way to wide on me. I have tried on the Arc'teryx Cita Tank Top and I like the fit on the a lot better than this on and they are almost the same so you should check out both of the tank tops!

Diana Jenson at Backcountry.com on 07/10/2013