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minus 33 merino wool clothing, merino wool clothing review. rafting in the rivers

Rafting trip down the Colorado River thru the Grand Canyon


Just returned from a winter (Dec/Jan) raft trip down the Colorado River thru the Grand Canyon. Stocked up on Minus 33 gear in preparation for this adventure. Trip was wet and cold as expected, and my experience was awesome. Your gear performed very well. I was particularly impressed w/ my expedition weight base layers – Katmai bottoms and Kobuk top. Wore these every day under my dry suit on the River and stayed comfortable w/out being too warm. Great quality – standing up to daily rugged use for our 19 day trip.
minus 33 merino wool clothing, Kobuk Expedition wool 1/4 Zip

Kobuk Expedition Wool 1/4 Zip

Kobuk Expedition Wool 1/4 Zip

Product Story

When it’s cold out, are you the first to go out and the last to come in? Even if it’s windy? Even if it’s snowing? If you said yes, then this top is calling your name. This ¼ zip features thumb holes, a mock neck, and a zipper for venting. You’ll love the warmth and comfort it provides while you are battling the elements!

RECOMMENDED ACTIVITIES: Everyday Wear, Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Hunting, Snowsports
LAYER TYPE: Mid Layer, Insulating Layer
FABRIC: 100% Merino Wool, 400 g/m2 Interlock Knit, 18.5 Micron Fibers, UPF Rating 50+
STYLE #: 723
GARMENT WEIGHT: Size Large = 19.2 oz. (544 grams)

Minus33 Product Story
Kobuk [koe-book]

Kobuk Valley is home to a National Park, 500,000 migrating Caribou, majestic sand dunes, and the life of them all, the Kobuk River. Being so remote and with no roads leading to this beautiful place, it’s not hard to see why so few travelers make it to see the annual Caribou migration. Kobuk Valley is located inside the Arctic Circle, where temperatures can fall as low as -50 degrees Fahrenheit in the winter night.