100% Merino Wool
Sequoia Women's 1/4 Zip
The Sequoia is truly an all-round top with a mock neck to hold heat in and a zipper to cool you down when necessary. This will quickly become your go-to item during winter with its versatility and comfort. Whether cross country skiing, ice fishing, or walking the dog, this 1/4 zip top will have your back!
- Style has been updated with thumbholes.
- Previous Skus with NO thumbholes include the following:
- Black - X-Small and Large
- Navy - X-Large
- Charcoal Gray - X-Small and XX-Large
- Natural Cream - X-Small, Small, Large, X-Large, and XX-Large
- Radiant Violet - X-Small
- Previous size color combinations are limited stock, eventually being eliminated to all include thumbholes for an up to date style.
- Fiber Content: 100% Merino Wool
- Knit: 235 g/m2 Midweight Interlock Knit
- Microns: 18.5 Micron Fibers
- UPF Rating: 50+
- Total Easy Care: Machine Wash and Dry
- Wool Source: Australia
- Neckline: 1/4 Zip Mock Neck
Tagless Label: No Itchy Neck Tags
- Zipper: YKK Semi-Auto Locking Zipper Pull
- Zipper Garage: Keeps fabric between the zipper and your skin
- Princess Seams: Flattering, Shaped Silhouette
- Light and Packable
- Flat Lock Seams: Prevents Chafing
- Layer Type: Base Layer, Mid Layer, Insulating Layer
- Fit Type: Regular - Standard fit with a little bit of room to breathe, but not too baggy
Runs True to Size - If you like a more athletic, tight fit, try sizing down
- Weight: Size Medium = 8.8 oz. (249 grams)
- Style #: 814
- Ideal Seasons: Spring, Fall, Winter
- Activities: Everyday Wear, Hiking, Camping, Biking, Running, Fishing, Hunting, Snowsports
- Temperature Recommendations: 30°F to 0°F while active, 30°F to 60°F while inactive - Learn More
Washing and Drying Instructions - Learn More
- Turn Inside Out
- Machine Wash Cold: Gentle cycle with like colors
- Detergent: Mild or wool-specific
- Tumble Dry: Low heat
- Storage: Place in an airtight container when not in use for long periods of time
- Do NOT Use: Fabric softener or bleach!
The Sequoia tree is the world’s largest tree and can live over 2,000 years. You can see these magnificent trees in the Sequoia National Park located in the southern Sierra Nevada east of Visalia, California. Encompassing a vertical relief of nearly 13,000 feet, the park contains among its natural resources the highest point in the contiguous 48 United States, Mount Whitney, at 14,494 feet above sea level. The park is famous for its giant sequoia trees, including the General Sherman tree, the largest tree on Earth.