photo: Ibex Men's Wool Aire Sweater wool jacket

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Free Shipping. Ibex Men's Wool Aire Sweater FEATURES of the Ibex Men's Wool Aire Sweater Warm wool insulated jacket Reverse coil full zip 7in. hand-warmer pockets and 6in. chest pocket Adjustable hem with cord lock system; elastic cuffs Interior mesh pocket doubles as a stuff sack

- Moosejaw

You've felt the warming effects of wool base layers, but Ibex Outdoor Clothing has decided to take their wool into the insulation department. Enter the Aire WLI Sweater. Featuring merino wool insulation to keep you nice and toasty, this outer shell is constructed from rip stop nylon to combat the frosty weather elements. The insulation is kept in place thanks to the jacket's baffles, so when you unpack the jacket from the interior mesh stuff sack, you'll still have full-coverage insulation. Hand warmer pockets and elastic cuffs help keep the cold away so you can play. PRODUCT FEATURES: Shell Fabric: 100% recycled ripstop nylon / 20 denier / 43 g/m2 Fill Fabric: 90% merino wool / 10% Igneo (PLA) Fit: Semi-fit Hood and Sleeves: 70 g/m2 wool insulation Body: 100 g/m2 wool insulation Reverse coil zipper at center front and hand pockets 7" hand warmer pocket and 6" chest pocket Adjustable hem and cord lock system Elastic cuffs Adjustable hood wtih cord lock Interior mesh pocket that doubles as a stuff sack Embroidered WLI logo Garment weight for L=14.5 oz. Center back length=29"

- Appalachian Outdoors

While the men's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Wool Aire Sweater. Read all reviews »

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The Ibex Men's Wool Aire Sweater is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 27, 2016 at Moosejaw.

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