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Carhartt WK016

Carhartt Women's Midweight Work-Dry® Thermal Crewneck Top

Reg Price: $36.00
Now: $29.99

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•  Work-Dry® 100% polyester
•  Moisture-management and anti-odor properties
•  Princess seams
•  CLOSEOUT COLORS
 
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Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Love this product Tight fitting but very comfortable for cold weather January 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Wonderful! This has been the best thermal top I've ever purchased. I love the thumb holes, which help keep my arms warm (no air sneaking up the sleeve). I have washed it and the fit is just as perfect as when I first tried it on. Wonderful under scrub tops and not bulky. January 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best Thermals I work in a drafty store front office processing data so it gets very cold in the winter. I cannot wear gloves as I do a lot of typing. These thermals have the thumb hole so they keep my hands much warmer than those without this feature. I would recommend these thermals to anyone who needs the extra layer and additional hand warmth. I will be getting a few more of these! January 8, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Thermal Yes, I'm in florida. But this shirt is still awesome for when it gets cold. I got it in a Med (I usually wear LRG in other brands) and it fits great. It keeps me warm when it gets really cold, but when the sun comes out, it doesn't keep me too warm. I like the thumb holes since it allows me to keep my hands warm too. I can also wear it under other t-shirts if I wanted to wear it casually and not just to work under my work shirt. I really like the tagless neck, keeps me from cutting out the tag! November 2, 2009
Rated 4 out of 5 by Good Overall I would say this Thermal shirt is a good product. My biggest disappointment is with it is the length on the body. The sleeves seem to be okay but not so much on the the torso length. I would prefer it to be a bit longer so it would stay tucked in since it is a bottom layer. January 8, 2010
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