Men's Sitka Grinder Half Zip

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The Grinder Zip-T is built with water-repellent, heavyweight fleece insulation that keeps light rain out and provides warmth and comfort while layering. Offset seams on the shoulders improve range of motion and comfort while wearing a pack or hauling decoys, and thumb loops keep sleeves in place when layering under jackets. The half-length, center front YKK zipper assists with venting and easy donning and doffing while Permanent Polygiene Odor Control Technology neutralizes odor by stopping the growth of odor-causing bacteria and fungi during the long hike in. The Grinder Zip-T is a workhorse for repelling moisture and providing concealment as an outer layer while also maintaining body warmth as you add layers throughout the season.

Keeps light rain out and provides warmth and comfort while layering.

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Great base layer
Excellent product, lightweight and warm, very comfortable
November 15, 2020
1 month ago
Another great "base layer" from Sitka. This piece is utilized on all hunts, but the earliest of the season. A very comfortable, soft layer that moves with you. No binding. No cinching. Really nothing else to say for it as it is a basic piece. However, it is a piece of the "system" that truly helps keep you out there throughout the season!
October 21, 2020
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Top quality nice fit,
February 10, 2020
10 months ago
Great layering piece.
Amazingly warm. Great layering under my Hudson jacket.
February 5, 2020
10 months ago
In one word... Magic! Somehow this shirt keeps me warmer on cold days and cooler on hot days. My Grinder half zip is worn every opportunity I get, the most comfortable garment I own, even with the zipper against my bare skin. Love the thumb loops for layering without dragging the sleeves up my arms.
December 14, 2019
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