Mossy Oak Apparel Tundra L2 Top

Mossy Oak Apparel's APX System has been revamped for 2009 and the new APXg2 line of clothing offers Advanced Performance for Extremes (APX). The Tundra L2 top can be worn as a second layer or next to skin base layer and features Mossy Oak Apparel's antimicrobial Scent-Stop technology as well as moisture management technology to help control odor.

Dri-Power, Russell's moisture management technology, wicks moisture away from the skin, keeping you dry when things heat up. The Tundra L2 provides underarm panels for increased ventilation and wicking, while wind-control panels cover the body's core to protect from wind exposure. A grid pattern in the fleece traps body heat and helps maintain warmth.

Contact: Russell Outdoors, (800) 331-5624;

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