"The Best Backcountry Layering Pieces For High Alpine Travel"

October 07, 2017 1 min read

"The Best Backcountry Layering Pieces For High Alpine Travel"

As seen on AdventureJournal.com:

This Montana-based wool company does a lot of things right, especially their streetwear. But this flattering wool-blend shirt is my go-to performance piece, year round. It’s both my base layer and my sun shirt, soft and cozy enough for next-to-skin wear, but super breathable in warmer temperatures.

The high neck and built in hood provide excellent sun protection for your neck and ears. The wool is anti-microbial, meaning it shouldn’t pick up stink until it’s really been through the ringer. Since it’s a blend, it doesn’t change size or shape when you put it through the wash (which, as someone who sweats a lot and likes to wear my clothes into the ground, is a real necessity).”