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minus 33 merino wool clothing, Thermerino's maiden voyage, gray-jays

Thermerino’s Maiden Voyage

I had a plan to hike Mt Willey on 01/09/2017. I wanted to hit the Tom/Field/Willey loop to bag all three 4000’ers but my hiking partner cancelled and I didn’t want to make that road trek back to the vehicle or be stuck hitching.

I had been waiting to get my grubby little hands on the new Minus33 Thermerino Jacket and finally pulled the trigger on it.  This was to be its maiden voyage.  I’ll admit, I was apprehensive of taken an unknown/unproven (to me) product into Crawford Notch when it was -10* out.  I own a heavier down jacket that I had been taking into the woods with me but was too excited for this jacket to leave it behind.  I opted to throw an extra, “heavy” top in my pack just in case.


minus 33 merino wool clothing, Yukon Men's Expedition wool crew

Yukon Men’s Expedition Wool Crew

Yukon Men’s Expedition Wool Crew

Product Story

The Yukon is a 400 g/m2 Crew Neck designed to keep in body heat and be super comfortable as a base layer. The fine micron 100% Merino Wool garments will rapidly wick away moisture during periods of high activity while preventing heat loss during inactive times. This piece is designed to be one of the warmest layering tops you will find. Whether you’re wielding an ice axe on a near vertical ice sheet or taking the dog for a walk on a cold afternoon this garment will perform to your satisfaction.

RECOMMENDED ACTIVITIES: Everyday Wear, Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Hunting, Snowsports
LAYER TYPE: Base Layer, Mid Layer, Insulating Layer
FABRIC: 100% Merino Wool, 400 g/m2 Interlock Knit, 18.5 Micron Fibers, UPF Rating 50+
STYLE #: 707
GARMENT WEIGHT: Size Large = 17 oz. (482 grams)

Minus33 Product Story
Yukon [yoo-kon]

The Yukon is the westernmost and smallest of Canada’s three federal territories and a picturesque mountain range which includes 5 mountains over 15,000 feet. Notable rivers include the Yukon River, after which the territory was named, as well as the Pelly, Stewart, Peel, White and Tatshenshini rivers.

minus33 merino wool clothing, product review on arctic adventure gear by Field and stream.

Arctic Adventure Gear by Field & Stream

Field and Stream

Ever traveled 555 miles on a snowmobile unsupported over frozen Great Bear Lake (ice-fishing for monster lake trout), cross-tundra to the Arctic Ocean, then across the sea ice of Victoria Strait to the hamlet of Uluhoktok? Well this guy did and compiled a list for Field & Stream of the arctic adventure gear that kept him safe, warm, and alive. Check it our here! Scroll to number 19 for Minus33!