Smartwool TML Mid Full-Zip Hoody
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It's chilly out there, but you'll stay warm during your workout with the Smartwool TML Mid Full-Zip hoodie. It uses the natural insulation and breathability of wool to keep you comfortable. Lightweight blend of merino wool and nylon offers just the right amount of stretch, moisture management and warmth for excellent all-around performance. Hood fits easily under ski or snowboard helmet. Features a full-length zipper with draft flap and chin guard. Stash energy foods and other small essentials in the zippered chest pocket. Raglan sleeves allow excellent freedom of movement and move seams away from shoulders for better comfort when carrying a pack. Thumbholes secure sleeves over hands for warmth. Flatlock stitching eliminates abrasion, increases comfort and enhances fit by reducing bulky seams. Semifitted cut is not too tight and not too loose. The Smartwool TML Mid Full-Zip hoodie is machine washable. Closeout.
- REI refers to the men's version
CLOSEOUTS . A versatile choice for both aerobic and stop-and-go activities on cold days, Smartwool's TML Mid full-zip hoodie sweatshirt is a low-bulk alternative to fleece. Made of a moisture-wicking merino wool blend, it has articulated hood and elbows, and thumbhole cuffs Available Colors: BLACK, ALLOY, OCHRE. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.
- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version
A versatile midlayer piece ideal for three-season aerobic and anaerobic workouts, the TML Mid Full-Zip Hoody from SmartWool keeps you outside in comfort on chilly days. Outfitted with a full zip to regulate your temp and an articulated hood for weather protection, the stretchy merino wool/synthetic blended fabric pulls vapor away to prevent clamminess.
- Mountain Gear refers to the men's version
You definitely can't go wrong with the SmartWool Men's TML Mid Full-Zip Hooded Top. Its smooth style, incredible warmth, and superb comfort have you digging snow pits, bobbing through tight trees, and taking in the surrounding mountain views.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version