Wool Baselayer L/S Zip Neck Men’s

Wool Baselayer L/S Zip Neck Men’s

The North Face

$130.00

Your first line of defense against the elements, this lightweight, zip-neck baselayer top is crafted of naturally breathable and warm merino wool that offers superior stretch (without elastic fibers). Seamless sides and underarms minimize friction against skin.
 
  • Men’s lightweight, breathable merino wool long-sleeve baselayer
  • 100% merino wool
  • Bonded, low-chafe collar
  • No underarm or side seams
  • Low-profile overlock for improved comfort
  • Internally taped raglan seams for improved durability
  • Integrated, bonded thumb-loop cuffs
  • Bonded drop-tail hem

Weight: 230 G (8.05 Oz)

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