Ladies Heatshield Long Sleeve Top
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Quik-Wic garments are ideal for use as a base layer or to be worn as a single garment. The fabric has been designed and engineered to keep your skin dry by wicking moisture (sweat) away from skin.Remember, staying dry is the secret to staying comfortable - no matter whether it is hot or cold.
UPF garments are specifically designed for sun protection and are produced from a fabric rated for its level of ultraviolet (UV) protection
- Superior wicking and fast drying for added comfort
- Highly breathable
- Lightweight, easy care fabric for hassle-free washing
- Earphone loop to stay connected
- UPF50+ protection
Cycling, Mountain biking, Road cycling, Running
Autumn, Spring, Winter
Moisture wicking material
Quick drying material
Wash and Care Instructions
Machine Wash Only
30°C Cold Water Only
Do Not Tumble Dry
Do Not Dry Clean
Do Not Use Softener
Do Not Bleach
Do Not Iron
Do you own this product? Let us know what do you think about it.
"Best base layer!"
I bought this product in anticipation of the first cold snap in Joburg for 2020. It did not disappoint!! I went for a run using this long-sleeve top as my base layer and a second First Ascent long-sleeve top over it. I didn't feel cold at all, even though it was a balmy one degree Celsius that morning. I also didn't overheat. I am seriously impressed with this top and it has become my best friend on the cold morning runs and cycles. It wicks away moisture perfectly and not once have I come home to a wet top after a long run.
Faryn, 09 Jun 2020
"A go-to for cold runs!"
I am a Plain-Jane when it comes to running and try to keep my layers to a minimum so that I don't have to carry too much. When mornings or evenings get cold, this Heatshield is my go-to and genuinely all I need to keep comfortable. It is excellent at providing warmth without weight and quick to wick sweat away from the skin. Simply put, I am warm enough when it’s cold outside but cool enough when my blood starts pumping.
Anna Turner , 05 Jun 2020