It might be easier to list what I don’t do in Duckworth Vapor fabrics… I live in Bozeman, Montana, and Vapor garments are my number one choice no matter what I'm doing. Whether I’m out for a morning run with my dog or heading out the door to skate ski at Crosscut, I always slip on my favorite Vapor layer. And that is just the beginning.
Duckworth Vapor Wool has several amazing qualities, it’s ultralight, dries fast, and cools you off while you sweat. It's anti-microbial, and doesn’t retain odors like synthetic fabrics do. Thanks to Vapor Wool, I now own fewer garments and do less laundry. A win-win all around.
How Does it Work? Duckworth Vapor is a proprietary blended fabric. It’s made up of ultra-fine, Montana-grown Merino wool blended with a mix of cellulose and Polyester. They are individually cut and blended together into a single yarn, creating a lighter and more consistent Merino wool fabric–ideal for almost any activity.
My Vapor Kits: My gym bag contains one Vapor Tee Shirt and a pair of Vapor socks for an entire week, getting washed on weekends. A Vapor Tee is all I need for summer running. During fall and winter, I make the switch to a Vapor LS Crew, and transition to washing every 2 weeks. For business travel, I simply pack two Vapor Tee’s and two Vapor Briefs for trips lasting less than 8 days, using the Tee’s under my dress shirts and as comfy pajama tops. If I am gearing up to Nordic ski, my go-to choice is a Vapor LS Crew or Vapor Hoody under a lightweight shell.
I have yet to find an activity that Vapor is not suitable for. In fact, I’m writing this post from my couch sporting a Vapor Tee in the new Cabin Red. Go ahead, check out our Men’s and Women’s Vapor collections below.