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Merino Wool Expedition socks - 9402

Need A Warm Sock? Look No Further!

Cold Outdoorsman

Need a Warm sock? Look no further! Cold Outdoorsman reviewed Minus33’s Expedition Mountaineer Sock, and came away very impressed! Cold Outdoorsman said, “Minus 33’s Expedition socks are by far the thickest and the warmest.”

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Minus 33 Merino wool clothing, Where Is Winter? | Minus33 Merinoholics

Where is Winter?

What with all the weather phenomena going on these past couple of months, I was unsure if I would ever have the need to dust off the winter wool from the depths of my closet. On Christmas Eve, it was a sunset kayak in a tee-shirt. On Christmas Day, it was a walk in the woods in shorts. The day after Christmas, we may as well have brought out the lemonade and sun-chairs.
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Missouri Howell Checks Out The Midweight Crew!

Missouri Howell

Late fall and winter hiking presents a number of challenges. For me, one of those is the fact that I have yet to find a cold weather baselayer that keeps me warm while offering a decent fit. I have now had the opportunity to try out the Minus 33 midweight crew on a couple of cold weather occasions and I’m really happy with it. I can only imagine how warm their expedition weight layers must be.
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minus 33 merino wool clothing, fantastic merino baselayers for kids. keeping kids warm this winter

Fantastic Merino Baselayers for Kids

The Outdoor Adventurer

Are you looking for a great base layer to keep your kids comfortable and warm? If so, then look no further! The Outdoor Adventure took our kids base layers for a spin and came away very impressed.

Keeping kids warm and comfortable in winter is essential for outdoor adventure success. If you’re looking to take your children outdoors on adventures where performance clothing is important then you should check out Minus 33‘s merino wool Triceratops Midweight Crew and T-Rex Midweight Bottom with kids’ sizes from 4 years to 12.

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minus 33 merino wool clothing, Hunting Life Test the fingerless glove liner. wearing fingerless gloves is better for hunting when it comes time to pull the trigger.

Hunting Life Tests the Minus33 Fingerless Glove Liner and Mock Turtleneck!

Hunting Life

Having hunted in cold weather and expecting to do so again this year, I know the importance of warm hands. Fingers just don’t work as well when they cold. What I’ve done in the past is kept my hands in my gloves while stalking and then taking them off when I am ready to shoot. But what I really wanted was fingerless gloves. That way, I could keep my gloves on and my hands warm but have my fingertips exposed for a safer and more accurate grip on my rifle.
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Minus 33 Merino wool clothing, October sailing on the Hudson river

October Sailing on the Hudson River

The October winds are here, and they bring with them swelling white caps and brisk gusts on the Hudson River. The sailboats that traverse these waters pitch and yaw in the sweeping currents. We also have to deal with the massive wakes of ferries, tankers, and cruise ships. The winds that bite are volatile and shift often. And then there are all the little speed boats that love to cross your bow as close as they possibly can. Suffice it to say, if you are sailing on the Hudson, you will get wet.

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Minus 33 Merino wool clothing, a weekend on rainy

A Weekend On Rainy

Every time you head to the upper most point of Minnesota, you never really know what to expect. Lake of the Woods and Rainy Lake both cover a large majority of the border between Minnesota and Canada, and the weather is unpredictable at times. However, Rainy Lake holds the fish that every angler in Minnesota dreams of, BIG.
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