Patagonia Merino 3 Classic Crew

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Specs

Weight 9.8 oz / 278 g
Fabric 6.5 oz / 220 g 80% Chlorine-Free Merino Wool / 20% All-Recycled Polyester

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Description of Patagonia Merino 3 Classic CrewMerino 3 is made with fine-gauge chlorine-free merino yarn for softness and a jersey-knit construction for durability. It naturally resists odor, moves moisture away from the skin, regulates body temperature, and stretches to accommodate your every move. The pack-friendly design includes raglan sleeves, offset shoulder and side seams, and underarm panels that allow a full range of arm motion. We slow wash our merino for next-to-skin softness and to reduce shrinkage. Machine-wash cold lay flat to dry. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.FeaturesEco-washed merino wool resists odor naturally, insulates even when wet, is exceptionally durable and stretches provides superior performance and softnessFine 18.5-micron-gauge yarn and jersey-knit construction for luxurious handFold over self-fabric collar provides maximum stretch and softness next-to-skinRaglan shoulder seams are offset to prevent chafing under layers and packsUnderarm panels with offset seams maximize range of motion and comfortStraight hemMachine-wash cold, lay flat to dry6.9-oz 234-g 100 chlorine-free merino wool. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program249 g 8.8 ozMade in Mexico

- US Outdoor Store

Free Shipping. Patagonia Men's Merino 3 Classic Crew (Fall 2010) FEATURES of the Men's Merino 3 Classic Crew by Patagonia Fold over self-fabric collar provides maximum stretch and softness next to skin Raglan shoulder and sleeve detail seams are offset to prevent chafing under pack straps Jersey knit underarm panels enable maximum range of motion and have offset seams so there's no chafing Straight hem This garment has a Regular Fit Eco-washed merino wool resists odor naturally, insulates even when wet, is exceptionally durable and stretches; provides superior performance and softnessFine 18.5-micron-gauge yarn and jersey-knit construction for luxurious hand Underarm panels with offset seams maximize range of motion and comfort Machine-wash cold, lay flat to dry FEATURES of the Men's Merino 3 Classic Crew by Patagonia Weight: 249 g (8.8 oz) Fabric: 6.9-oz (234-g) 100% chlorine-free merino wool. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The open steppes of Chile dish out expansive views, constant wind and fluctuating temperatures. Soften these extremes with the Patagonia Merino 3 Classic Crew for Men, the ideal go-to fall/winter merino layer. Merino 3 is made with 6.9-oz merino wool that has an extra-fine-gauge yarn for softness and a jersey-knit construction for durability. It naturally resists odor, moves moisture away from the skin, regulates body temperature, and stretches to accommodate your every move. The pack-friendly design includes raglan sleeves, offset shoulder and side seams, and underarm panels that allow a full range of arm motion. Slow-washed merino for next-to-skin softness. Machine-wash cold; lay flat to dry.

- Altrec Outdoors

Enter the realm of Old Man Winter without any fear of compromising your core temperature. The Patagonia Men's Merino 3 Classic Crew won't save your skin from biting winds on its own but every layering strategy needs a solid foundation. 100% chlorine-free merino wicks away moisture quickly and prevents your body temp from plummeting even if the old man manages to get a few teeth through your outer layers. Once you've bested everything he can throw at you for the day, strip off the shell and enjoy a chilled bevy without being mistaken for a steroid-injecting, house-protecting meathead.

- Backcountry.com

Patagonia Merino 3 Classic Crew

MSRP:
$85.00

The Patagonia Merino 3 Classic Crew is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 19, 2011 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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