Huckberry’s Best-Selling Performance Tee Is On Sale This Week

Proof 72 Hour Performance Tees on sale at Huckberry

via Huckberry

Every guy has a drawer (or multiple) filled with old T-shirts. Concert tees, giveaways from sporting events, vacation souvenirs…the limit does not exist for how many tees we can cram in one dresser. My T-shirt collection has been driving my fiancee nuts, so I think it’s time to throw away some of the more ratty ones and. It’s good timing, too, because Proof has their best-selling 72-Hour Performance Tees on sale this week at Huckberry.

I’m not joking: everything from Proof’s 72-Hour collection is amazing. It’s nice to have solid-color tees that you can wear pretty much everywhere from the gym to the hiking trail and anywhere in between. I probably sweat more than the average guy, so it’s nice to pull on a shirt that wicks away moisture and keeps odors at bay. So long, old tees. Maybe you’ll have a second life as a sleep shirt.


Proof 72-Hour Merino T-Shirt – Performance Fit (Original)

Proof 72-Hour Merino T-Shirt - Performance Fit; on sale at Huckberry


  • Premium tee with a stylish cut that combines comfort with technical performance
  • Engineered fabric harnesses the incredible natural properties of merino wool to wick moisture, resist odors, and regulate temperature
  • Nylon reinforcement allows the merino fabric to be machine washed while retaining its shape for easy care throughout the life of the garment
  • Made in Indonesia with 16.5-micron wool sourced from New Zealand
  • Pictured above in Olivenite; also available in Almond, Teal Blue, Nightfall, Dark Olive, Falcon, and Aegean Blue



Check out the full Proof 72-Hour collection at the link below!



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