Mountain Force Grid Mid-Layer Top (Men's)

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    Product Details

    Style: MF12W6560

    The Mountain Force Grid Mid-Layer Top adds extra warmth while maintaining breathability. The Grid Top is made from synthetic fibers that breathe and wick moisture to keep you dry. The inside is brushed to feel soft where it touches skin, and also to help trap in more body heat. Put the Grid Top over your baselayer and under your ski jacket for extra warmth out on the mountain.

    • 92% polyamide/ 8% elastane fabric
    • Brushed interior for soft feel and extra warmth
    • Stretch material for comfortable movement
    • Wicks moisture and breathes to keep you dry
    • Anti-pilling fabric washes well and stays looking new
    • 1/4-zip neck for easy on/ off

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    Q:
    "I am 5'10 180 lbs what size would I be? I am a 40 reg suit in US. I own a 52 mountain force ski jacket. "
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    Question by Mike on 2/7/2013 - 6:40 pm
    A:
    ""Based on your measurements we recommend to choose size 42. ""
    Answer by Priya (Peter Glenn Staff) on 2/8/2013 - 10:09 am
    Q:
    "At my local Peter Glenn the sizes go by 52, 56 etc is a 54 equivalent to a 42?"
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    Question by javier on 3/15/2013 - 8:09 pm
    A:
    "The tag on the inside of the jacket is going to be in Euro sizes. So a size 54 on the tag in the jacket, means you need to order a size 44. A US size 42 is a Euro size 52. "
    Answer by Martha (Peter Glenn Staff) on 3/18/2013 - 3:21 pm

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