The North Face Warm Merino Crew - Men's

Retailers' Descriptions

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Merino wool is a natural choice when you want comfy, warm, breathable performance that resists stink, but what if you want a base layer that dries out super fast? You get the best of both worlds with The North Face Warm Merino Long Sleeve Crew for men. This long underwear top is made from merino and polyester, with FlashDry fiber technology to boost its breathability and speed up dry time. It has a longer tail that will stay tucked in as you reach, bend and sit, and a crew neck that rides easily while sealing in body heat.

- Altrec Outlet

The Warm Merino Long Sleeve Crew from The North Face provides natural warmth and built-in odor fighting performance for conditions that require light thermal protection and lots of moisture management. FlashDry Warm Merino fabric utilizes a two-layer weave to trap air for warmth and transport moisture to keep you supremely comfortable.

- Mountain Gear

Introducing an entirely new baselayer, this soft and efficient long-sleeve crew provides the ultimate comfort, durability, and odor control. Made with an innovative merino wool blend with FlashDry technology, this naturally derived fabric additive improves your body's ability to regulate temperature by drastically improving dry time. Moisture is pulled and spread across the surface of the fabric for accelerated evaporation and drying performance.

- The North Face

Free Shipping. The North Face Men's Warm Merino L-S Crew DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Men's Warm Merino Long Sleeve Crew Crew neck Monkey thumbs Logo print The SPECS Average Weight: 7.76 oz / 220 g Center Back Length: 28.5in. 180 g/m2 33% merino wool, 38% polyolefin, 29% polyester double knit with FlashDry This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw

The North Face Men's Warm Merino Crew

previously retailed for:
$43.97 - $80.00

The North Face Men's Warm Merino Crew is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 14, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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