Lightweight Merino wool crew sock. Built for everyday performance. Top of foot venting and cushioning where it matter most – 100% Made in USA of Montana grown merino wool. The profile of the Montana merino wool is perhaps the best wool in the world for socks. Extremely cold winters, hot summers, high altitude and abundant sunshine grows fine wool with an amazing amount of crimp. Crimp fills our socks yarn with millions of air-trapping, springy, soft and resilient fibers, resulting in one of the best socks in the world.
Cushioned wool construction – toe and heel cushion
100% Made in USA
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The WoolCloud Full Zip Hoody is filled with lightweight Duckworth Woolcloud insulation inside a shell of 40 denier rip-stop Polyester. A paneled hood, two large hand pockets and a full zip front make this jacket a versatile layering piece that’s light in weight and warm enough, thanks to the high-performance ingredient of lightweight wool fill, to wear as an outerwear jacket. The natural wool fill will not clump, or pack like down over time and is extremely breathable. Sport fit – roomy enough to layer under, slim enough to fit under a shell as necessary.
The functional benefits of lightweight merino wool are highlighted when you go all the way. Nothing keeps you more comfortable than all-natural, chemical free wool. Having wool against your skin that’s dry, soft, and breathable is paramount to keeping you cool where it counts. The fitted brief has a brushed waistband, functional fly and is made from our patented Vapor Wool blend. The Merino wool is all Montana grown and briefs 100% made in the USA.
Take the gaiter one step deeper. Made from our famous Hydro-ply fabric, the microfiber poly inside will quickly wick away warm humid air while the wool outer disperses moisture into the atmosphere. Sounds technical but it simply works great in colder conditions.