Terramar Thermawool Merino Half Zip

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Terramar Thermawool Superfine 100% merino Wool Underwear: Soft, natural breathable Australian merino wool insulates to keep you warm and comfortable, even when wet. 18.5-micron superfine wool fibers are exceptionally soft against the skin, no-itch and highly breathable. Terramar Women's Thermawool Superfine Merino Wool Midweight Half Zip all natural performance garment acts like a complete heat exchange system, keeping you warm in cold weather and cool when you become overheated during exertion. Constructed of Thermawool 100% mercerized supersoft merino wool jersey.A Terramar exclusive fabric, Thermawool regulates body temperature naturallyVersatile 1/2 zip mock with ergonomic zipper pull features contrast zipper garage with wind flap lets you zip up for maximum heat retention and unzip for ventilationSaddle shoulders allow a full range of motion without binding Wrapped seams for better layeringPanel engineering for comfort and a performance fit.Unique natural qualities include breathable moisture management and anti-microbial odor control Drop contoured back panel for performance fit. Flat seam construction for comfort and durability; soft and non-chafing next to skinSoft breathable all natural fibersWarmth without bulkProvides excellent moisture managementFabric provides UPF 50+ sun protection, shielding skin from harmful ultraviolet raysExcellent thermal qualities in a variety of weather conditionsMidweight designed to meet your performance level; for wear in cold to very cold temperatures with low to medium activity.Tagless to feel soft against your skinMachine WashableAvg. Wt. 5.4 oz Import

- Campmor

Terramar Women's Thermawool Merino Half Zip

previously retailed for:
$29.95 - $39.99

The Terramar Women's Thermawool Merino Half Zip is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 15, 2012 at Campmor.

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