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minus 33 merino wool clothing, Liberty women's lightweight wool 1/4 zip

Liberty Women’s Lightweight Wool 1/4 Zip

Liberty Women’s Lightweight Wool 1/4 Zip

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Confidence breeds success, and with this lightweight ¼ zip you’ll be ready to take on anything! Great for layering on your next excursion, this top will provide just the right amount of warmth without overheating you. A great choice for chilly mornings and late afternoons alike!

IDEAL SEASONS: Spring Summer Fall Winter
RECOMMENDED ACTIVITIES: Everyday Wear, Hiking, Camping, Biking, Running, Fishing, Hunting, Snowsports
LAYER TYPE: Base Layer
FABRIC: 100% Merino Wool, 170 g/m2 Jersey Knit, 17.5 Micron Fibers, UPF Rating 25
STYLE #: 813
GARMENT WEIGHT: Size Medium = 6.4 oz. (181 grams)
Imported.

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Liberty [lib-er-tee]

Part of the Franconia Mountain Range Mount Liberty at 4,459 feet is on the states over 4,000 footer list. Liberty and the entire range are often climbed in the winter for extra difficulty and bragging rights.

minus 33 merino wool clothing, product review from mommyhood chronicles, reviewed the liberty woman's lightweight 1/4 zip, sequoia women's midweight 1/4 zip, & magalloway woman's lightweight bottom.

The Mommyhood Chronicles Test Minus33 While Training for a Half Marathon

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The Mommyhood Chronicles reviewed our base layers while training for a half marathon.  She stated, “currently, I am training for a half marathon and I need to be sure I have comfortable and warm garments to train in. For this reason, I turn to Minus33 Merino Wool Clothing Company.” Check out her full write up here!

minus 33 merino wool clothing, Product review from Eastern Slopes on best inexpensive lightweight long underwear. reviewed woman's 814 true red

Eastern Slopes Reviews the Best Inexpensive Lightweight Long Underwear

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Eastern Slopes reviewed several inexpensive different base layers and determined merino wool is top notch.

When the weather turns nasty, when we’re going on a multi-day winter backpacking trip, or when we’re worried that we might be in dangerous situations, we turn to wool. Why? Because we still haven’t found anything that’s better at moving moisture away from our bodies and keeping it there.READ MORE

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