The men's ExOffico ExO Dri Carbonite 1/4 Zip Long-Sleeve Shirt is designed for active performance with Cocona fabric technology. Created from the husk of the coconut, Cocona's activated carbon molecules increase the fabric's ability to draw moisture away from the skin, keeping you dry while managing odor. The quick drying Carbonite shirt features a stash pocket for small items and flatlocked stitching to prevent irritation. Whether you're running on the trail or through the airport, it will keep you fresh, dry, and comfortable.
|Material:||64% Cotton / 36% Polyester (mineral)|
|Ex Officio eXo Dri T-Shirt||$29.95 - $49.95|
|Ex Officio ExO Dri Carbonite Shirt||$35.75 - $55.00|
|Ex Officio JavaTech 1/4 Zip||$59.95 - $64.95|
|Ex Officio ExO Dri LS Crew||$34.97 - $50.00|
this 1/4 zip is an excellent buy. It is both stylish and a great technical wicking piece, not to mention the anti-odor treatment is such a sweet bonus. I love this thing, so comfortable, I wear it all the time.
Love it. It's technically a technical piece of gear but it looks good enough to make me look good when around town. I have it in gray and I'm happy with it. It's very light weight and dries quickly.
This drys super fast. Love the material too I love it for a base layer to stay warm.
Good layer and the zipper helps with temperature control.
best lightweight sweater around. Perfect fit .
Very thin material.
This is a good piece of gear for the most part.
However I do not know why companies simply refuse to make gear with a decent sleeve length. The way the armpit stitching sits along with the sleeve length makes this piece, that is supposed to be form-fitting, rise up even two inces off my wrist when I raise my hands. Luckily I like wearing my sleeves pushed up. But I won't be taking it on any backpacking trips if I can't have the full sleeve length when I need it.
I was expecting an athletic fit, but instead it's baggy in the sleeves, baggy in the midsection, and runs really long (size M and I am 6ft). Soft and thin, but I would be swimming in the thing so back to backcountry it goes...