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Product Specifications
Material
Air-Knit
Features
Non-chafing Seam, Sustainable, Hi-Stretch, Breathable, Anti-Odor, Moisture Wicking, Quick Dry
Colors
Jet bLack, Poseidon Blue, Fig, Turbulence Green
Styles
Long Sleeve, Short Sleeve

Regenerative Tee 2.0 Ultra-Light Quick-Dry T-Shirt is designed for adventures

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Feel your absolute best all day long when you wear the Regenerative Tee 2.0 Ultra-Light Quick-Dry T-Shirt from Seadon. Featuring Air-Knit material, this advanced t-shirt is breathable, anti-odor, moisture-wicking, and quick-drying. Designed to keep up with your summer adventures, the Regenerative Tee 2.0 is complete with a non-itching tag, non-chafing seam, and a raglan sleeve. The modern Air-Knit fabric uses an extremely fine denier yarn to maintain the lightweight design. The unique mesh pattern pairs with ventilation zones, removing moisture from the body to keep you dry. Drying faster than traditional athletic wear, the Regenerative Tee 2.0 is complete with a Polygiene anti-odor finish which kills 99.9% of odor-causing bacteria. Available in four colors and your choice of short or long sleeve for men and women, the Regenerative Tee 2.0 is also made from recycled plastic water bottles.

Regenerative Tee 2.0 Ultra-Light Quick-Dry T-Shirt is designed for adventures
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Gadget Flow Rating 9.4/10
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Discovered on Apr 3, 2019, 4:00 pm EDT
Discovered by Mark Myerson
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