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Mountain Hardwear
AirMesh 1/2-Zip Top - Women's

3 out of 5 stars
1 Review

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Why We Like The Mountain Hardwear AirMesh 1/2-Zip Top

When temps are icy and the route is demanding, we layer up with Mountain Hardwear's AirMesh 1/2-Zip Top. The hollow mesh fibers wick away sweat and dry off quick to keep us from getting overheated or overchilled, while the buttery soft-brushed backing holds in warmth for insulation that won't weigh us down or chafe our skin.


  • Ultralight midlayer for high-output on-trail pursuits
  • Performance fibers manage moisture and insulate
  • Raglan sleeves provide freedom of movement
  • 1/2-zip front offers venting and style options
  • Thumbholes and mock-neck give additional coverage
  • Item #MHWZ9IU
100% polyester
Center Back Length
1/2-zip mock-neck
running, hiking, backpacking, climbing, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

Overall Rating

3 based on 1 ratings

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3 out of 5 stars

September 29, 2023

Too delicate for active wear

I decided to give AirMesh a try. Well, I found that it is not practical active wear top. Pros: it weights nothing, but still warm if you add a windbreaker on top of this shirt. Cons: even light wind will make you feel chilly; the fabric doesn't keep shape; only delicate wash and no dryer care; doesn't feel nice to skin; the fabric is easy to peel and break. Caspian color appear dull, more greyish green (not bright blue/green as on the picture). I didn't find this item to be versatile. I only use it as backup top and carry it in my backpack in case I need extra layer. The fit is loose, but I would not size down if you use it as light mid layer.


Originally reviewed on mountainhardwear.ca