Allagash Men's Lightweight Wool 1/4 Zip

$64.99

Color:  Black
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color

Black,

sizes

X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large, XXX-Large,



1 review(s) for "Allagash Men's Lightweight Wool 1/4 Zip"

  1. 5 out of 5

    Steve Weglarz, Jr - :

    I wear this top year round, skiing, biking and on the boat. The zipper is key for cooling off when the workout heats up. Super comfortable, warm and "dry", this wool doesn't absorb moisture or BO like cotton or synthetics. This is my "go to" top!

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Product Features

Lightweight Merino Wool
Lightweight Merino Wool

 

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170 g/m2 Jersey Knit | 17.5 Micron Merino Wool | UPF Rating 25

 

Merino Wool is no longer reserved for Winter. Minus33's Lightweight clothing is designed to be worn year round as a base layer or as a solo piece in the spring and summer.

 

Our incredibly soft Merino Wool provides great temperature regulation with its natural moisture wicking technology. Merino Wool is naturally odor resistant and our machine washable/dryable easy care instructions make cleaning a breeze.

 

Whether you're hiking the mountains in the spring or rock climbing in the summer, our Lightweight product should never leave your back. Our Lightweight items are always the first layer on and the last layer off.

 

Great for: hiking, camping, lifestyle, running, biking. Temperature Recommendation: High Activity - 30°+, Low Activity - 30° - 60°.

 

Base Layer
Base Layer

Think of your Base Layer as your second skin. These are your first layers on and your last layers off. These foundation layers should be thermal, moisture-wicking, and breathable. Proper layering of your garments is very important and in extreme cases may save your life. Consider your activities carefully and plan for the unexpected.


 

Mid Layer
Mid Layer

The Mid Layer is your second layer. It should provide insulation, and be breathable. It can also be an outer layer if weather permits. Proper layering of your garments is very important and in extreme cases may save your life. Consider your activities carefully and plan for the unexpected.


 

Regular Fit
Regular Fit

Standard fit with a little bit of room, but not baggy. Works best as a base layer, or when worn alone. Can also be worn as a mid or insulating layer. If you are looking for a tighter, athletic fit, try going to the next size down.


 

1/4 Zip
Quarter Zip

1/4 Zipper to allow for venting when down and providing a mock neck when zippered up.


 

Mock Neck
Mock Neck

Mock neck adds extra warmth without being too bulky. Halfway between a turtle neck and a crew neck, this style sits close to the neck and gives you an extra bit of fabric between your neck and your second or shell layer.


 

Zipper Garage
Zipper Garage

A zipper garage provides a place at the top of the zipper for the zipper pulls to go which reduces chafing and irritation. Zipper garage also prevents the cold metal from touching the skin.


 

Flat Lock Seams
Flat Lock Seams

Flat lock seams allow for ultimate comfort, preventing chafing and allowing your clothes to move with you. Flat lock seams are stronger, helping your garments last.