Core Logo T-Shirt - Midnight

Sale price€40.00
Only 1 unit left
Elevate your outdoor style with Mammut's Core Logo T-Shirt, crafted for comfort and performance. Made with recycled polyester and organic cotton, it's your sustainable choice for any adventure.

Wear Mammut, be Mammut – every day. Whether for hiking, climbing, or everyday wear, this classic tee from our Logowear collection is all about channeling that great outdoor vibe. Pleasantly light with a soft hand-feel, it’s a quick-drying and sweat-wicking staple that goes with just about everything.


  • Pleasant material made from recycled polyester and organically produced cotton
  • Wicking finish for active moisture wicking
  • Loose fit, straight cut
Suitable for:
Urban, Climbing, Hiking
Item number:
Regular Fit
142 g
Main Material:
50% Organic cotton, 50% Polyester

  • Regular Fit - Neither snug nor loose - this garment can be worn solo or over other layers.
Caring for Your Mammut Core Logo T-Shirt
Ensure longevity and performance with these care tips: Machine wash on wool/delicates cycle (max. 30° C) Avoid chlorine-based bleach and dry cleaning Iron carefully, avoiding prints and decorations Air dry or tumble dry on low heat for best results.


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Since 1862, Mammut has strived to create products that redefine functionality and performance in the mountains. While each piece of their collection is designed in meticulous detail for specific outdoor pursuits, the entire product line is created on the foundation that form follows function. That’s why Mammut has become synonymous the world over with a high-quality kit that performs as well on a casual weekend hike, as it does on a technical first-ascent.

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