Our lightest softshell top and perfect for cool summer days high above the valley floor. Exceptionally stretchy yet wind and water resistant, the Arrow Zip-T could just be the perfect multi-pitch climbing top. It provides enough insulation for shadowy grooves and sufficient protection to keep chilling winds and rogue showers at bay.
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Close-fitting yet totally unrestrictive, the Arrow Zip-T is designed so that it can be worn over a base layer or pulled snugly over a lightweight microfleece. Ideal for technical climbing on remote sea-cliffs or big mountain routes but it will work equally as well when zipping along that serrated skyline on long mountain enchainments.
The lightweight EXOlite I fabric is combined with advanced Stealth Technology; comprising of bonded chest pockets, bonded cuff inserts and a minimal seam design all of which are designed to reduce bulk and improve next to skin comfort.
If pushing hard on committing rock and mixed climbs far above the valley floor is your thing and you need lightweight, full stretch protection from the elements then you need look no further.
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