I/O Merino Universal Crew Shirt - Long-Sleeve

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The I/O Bio Merino Universal Long Sleeve Crew is a relaxed fit in a functional finish. Flat seamed across shoulder for layering, great breathability and even quicker drying, truly a man s best friend waiting in the closet. CLOSEOUTFABRIC: CIPHER II, 100 percent Natural Merino WoolWEIGHT: 150g/m2, Relaxed fit for all conditions.

- Second Ascent refers to the men's version

The I/O Bio Men's Universal Long Sleeve Tee puts a new spin on your go-to Saturday shirt. You get the easy functionality of a T-shirt with the indoor/outdoor performance of Merino wool.Natural, renewable, fine-thread Merino wool is soft, itch-free, warm, quick-drying and does not absorb odors.Merino wool can absorb up to 30% of its weight in water without feeling wet or losing its insulating capability.UV- and burn-resistant for long-term durability.Can be washed and tumble dried for convenient cleaning.

- NRS refers to the men's version

Functional fabrics that are also comfortable are not universal, but the I/O Bio Merino Men's Universal Crew Shirt is an exception. The 100% sustainable merino Cipher II wool naturally and efficiently deals with odor and sweat and feels soft and smooth. Pull the long-sleeve Universal over your head on a summer night after the sun goes down, or pull it on to wear as a baselayer after your pre-skiing morning coffee. You'll quickly realize how it got its name.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

I/O Merino Universal Crew Shirt - Long-Sleeve


The Universal Crew Shirt - Long-Sleeve has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$24.95 - $49.95

The I/O Merino Universal Crew Shirt - Long-Sleeve is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 12, 2013 at Second Ascent.

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