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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Ibex's Zepher Crew page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Ibex Zepher Crew features supersoft New Zealand merino, a semi-fit, and some nifty contrast colors. Simple, stylish, and effective at temperature regulation! Superior temperature regulation Soft next to skin Semi-fit Crew neck Flatlock seams Machine washable Made in the USA Materials: 100% Merino wool

- OMCgear

Soft and sturdy, the Ibex Men's Zepher Crew is versatile warmth. This midweight pullover can be worn as a temperature-regulating baselayer or as sporty high-performance outerwear, the choice is yours. Featuring soft micron Merino and a semi-fit cut, the Ibex Zepher Crew for men will quickly become a winter favorite.

- Altrec Outdoors

When it's time to do something outside, but the weather calls for more than flip-flops and a tee, don the Ibex Men's Zepher Crew. This 18.5-micron merino wool shirt may become your go-to midweight shirt for everything from fall hikes to winter skiing. On its own or as your baselayer under heavy winter gear, the Zepher Crew's soft next-to-skin feel as well as its natural odor-fighting and moisture-wicking qualities are sure to rub you the right way.

- Backcountry.com

Wear the men's Ibex Zepher Crew shirt snowboarding, skiing or cross-country skiing and enjoy its softness and temperature regulation. Midweight merino wool helps maintain a comfortable temperature whether the day is hot, cold or in between. Moisture-wicking merino wool naturally resists odors and offers itch-free softness. Flatlock side seams are soft and designed to eliminate chafing. The Ibex Zepher Crew is semifitted and machine washable.


Ibex Men's Zepher Crew


The Ibex Men's Zepher Crew is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 3, 2013 at OMCgear.

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