Yukon Men's Expedition Wool Crew

$119.99 - $139.99

Color:  Black

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X-Small, Small, Medium, Large, X-Large, XX-Large, XXX-Large, Medium Tall, Large Tall, X-Large Tall, XX-Large Tall,

6 review(s) for "Yukon Men's Expedition Wool Crew"

  1. 5 out of 5

    Chris - :

    First wool garment I ever bought. Pretty pricey but worth every penny ! Keeps me warm while snow plowing . Will be buying more . Sizing is about right.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Steven Merrow - :

    I am 6'2, 190 pounds with an athletic build. The Large-Tall is perfect for me. I love the extra length for my sleeves and to be able to tuck in the shirt. Even if you are 6'3 or 6'4, the Tall version of the this shirt is an athletic cut and should be good if you are thin. The XL was just a little too wide for me. The quality of this shirt is as good as it gets for wool layers. I have tried Icebreaker and Smartwool. I would rather by Minus33 because the price and quality is superior. I predominantly wear this layer under a drysuit while kayaking and skiing. It is very warm, feels great on your bare skin, and looks good enough to wear out to the bar once you've wrapped up the day's adventure. Generally speaking, I try and stay away from really fine wool shirts. I have not purchased any of Minus33 finer wool shirts, but typically they break down quicker than you want them to. The nice thing about the Yukon is its thicker design means that it will absolutely last longer than thinner shirts.

  3. 5 out of 5

    Martin Bril - :

    I've had this layer for quite a few years now and it is still running strong! Where I live (Alaska) you need something to keep you warm from Fall to the end of Spring and the Yukon is perfect for that. Although very warm, I'm always amazed by how breathable it is! I usually wear it as a single layer indoors or under a jacket when I go outside. When it is not on me, you can usually find it in the bottom of my backpack, ready for the next adventure!

  4. 5 out of 5

    Jason DesLauriers - :

    Warm, light, and perfect!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Clay Faust - :

    Halfway through the 2018 hunting season here in Ohio, I concluded it was long past time I upgraded all my base layers. After a lot of research and a few recommendations, I decided to roll the dice on Minus 33 Expedition base layers. I could not be more pleased!!!!!!! Not only do I stay warm up in a stand, but these layers do an excellent job of wicking moisture while on a hard drive or a spot & stalk. I was so happy with the Yukon crew & Katmai bottoms performance that I took them along for my ski trip out to Colorado and once again these two products blew me away! Well done Minus 33 team!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Michael Warnixk - :

    Warm, comfortable and a perfect fit for me. Note that the sleeves may be slightly short on some people.

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Product Features

Expedition 100% Merino Wool
Expedition Weight Merino Wool



400 g/m2 Interlock Knit   |   100% 18.5 Micron Merino Wool   |   UPF Rating 50+


On the coldest, darkest nights, you will discover yourself seeking the warmth of Minus33 Merino Wool. Our Expedition products are suitable for the coldest climates and true expeditions.


Originally designed for winter mountaineering on Mount Washington, Minus33 Expedition Weight clothing has seen action in both the Antarctic and Arctic, and even to the Summit of Mount Everest.


Anyone venturing out in the cold will greet our Expedition clothing with a warm welcome as either a base, mid or outer layer. When you need to keep the ever-present cold from seeping in, our Expedition items will be your best friend.


Great for: hikingcampinglifestylesnowsportshuntingice fishing. Temperature Recommendation: High Activity - 0°-, Low Activity - 0° - 30°.


Base Layer
Base Layer

Think of your Base Layer as your second skin. These are your first layers on and your last layers off. These foundation layers should be thermal, moisture-wicking, and breathable. Proper layering of your garments is very important and in extreme cases may save your life. Consider your activities carefully and plan for the unexpected. Learn more about layering.

Mid Layer
Mid Layer

The Mid Layer is your second layer. It should provide insulation, and be breathable. It can also be an outer layer if weather permits. Proper layering of your garments is very important and in extreme cases may save your life. Consider your activities carefully and plan for the unexpected. Learn more about layering.

Insulating Layer
Insulating Layer

The Insulating Layer is used when the weather leans more towards the cold side. It is a second Mid Layer that provides extra warmth and is breathable. Proper layering of your garments is very important and in extreme cases may save your life. Consider your activities carefully and plan for the unexpected. Learn more about layering.

Regular Fit
Regular Fit

Standard fit with a little bit of room, but not baggy. Works best as a base layer, or when worn alone. Can also be worn as a mid or insulating layer. If you are looking for a tighter, athletic fit, try going to the next size down. Learn About Fit & Sizing.

Tagless Construction
Tagless Construction

Tagless labeling ends the need for a traditional tag. Tagless garments allow for increased comfort by eliminating the itching and scratching associated with a traditional tag.

Flat Lock Seams
Flat Lock Seams

Flat lock seams allow for ultimate comfort, preventing chafing and allowing your clothes to move with you. Flat lock seams are stronger, helping your garments last.

Total Easy Care
Total Easy Care TEC

Total Easy Care (TEC) Merino apparel is designed for today’s busy lifestyle. Total Easy Care Merino garments are all machine-washable, and are suitable for tumble drying. Even after frequent laundering they retain an ‘as new’ appearance. They won’t shrink, lose their shape, fade or color-bleed. They remain soft and comfortable for the life of the garment. TEC is a textile innovation used by Minus33 that was developed by the Woolmark Company.

Moisture Wicking
Moisture Wicking

Minus33 Merino Wool regulates the amount of moisture on your skin by absorbing any moisture or sweat on your body. Then, the absorbed moisture evaporates out of the fabric into the atmosphere. Wool is a classic natural insulator, but is just as effective in warmer weather due to its rapid moisture wicking ability. Learn more about wool properties.

Anti-Microbial and Odor Resistant
Anti Microbial and Odor Resistant

With less moisture comes less odor. Minus33 Merino Wool resists against microbes and odor, so foot fungus and smelly odor will NOT be a problem while wearing our products. Merino Wool fibers naturally reject any bacteria in moisture or sweat as it is wicked away. This means you don’t have to wash wool as often. Less laundry means less water being used, benefiting our planet. Learn more about wool properties.

Insulates When Wet
Insulates When Wet

Wool will absorb up to 30% of its weight in moisture without feeling wet or clammy. If you do get wet, whether it be from sweat, weather, or water bodies, wool will insulate you better than cotton or polyester materials. This is especially important if you are in a survival situation, and can help prevent or delay hypothermia depending on the conditions. Learn more about wool properties.

Fire Resistant
Fire Resistant

Merino Wool insulates against high temperatures and does not readily catch fire. If it does, it self-extinguishes. When Merino burns, it doesn’t melt and stick to the skin like synthetic fabrics do. For this reason, merino is popular among military, firefighting, and law enforcement communities. Learn more about wool properties.

UV Protection
UV Protection

Don’t worry about sunburn on a sunny day summiting a peak. Lightweight layers have a UPF rating of 25. Midweight and Expedition have a UPF rating of 50+. Learn more about wool properties.