Mt. Borah Eco Jersey

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Mt. Borahs new ECO Jersey contains Repreve fibers which are made from 100% post industrial and consumer recycled products. CombineThis with micro poly wicking yarns andThe result is pure green performance! Repreve recycled performance fabric Silicon gripper elastic waist Tagless care content label Traditional 3-pocket back pockets Full front zipper Raglan sleeve design Precision crafted in Wisconsin, USA

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