The lighter/faster sibling of the High-E hoodie, this two-pocket pullover (one chest/one hidden back) is the ideal answer to the call of a cold aerobic day. Just enough to keep you warm as the car disappears from view, the thinner and more breathable version of our DWR (Durable Water Repellent) treated SURFACE HARDENED™ Thermal Wool construction works in combination with highly air permeable side panels to keep the heat and sweat from brewing up a frosty mess on the ridge line. Minimalist Design. Athletic Fit.Made in the United States exclusively from ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGHCOUNTRY MERINO™ Wool
SURFACE HARDENED™ Thermal Wool: Our answer to the demand for a tougher breed of mid-layer wool. Soft, comfortable, and warm enough to live in, this unique construction features a durable 21.5-micron wool re-enforced by an array of outer facing nylon fibers. Finished off with a durable water repellent coating, this backcountry fabric is built to work equally well under a shell or alone.
The AN/FO Jacket was conceived with one goal in mind: To build the ultimate wool based professional grade outerwear for the folks who live and... View full product details
As the warmest mid-layer in the collection, the Drift jacket is the perfect answer to the call of a cold morning start. Soft, comfortable, and warm enough... View full product details
Built from our lightest and most breathable SURFACE HARDENED™ Thermal Wool, the Access NXT Vest is the ideal pairing for your 4-season fast and light pursuits.... View full product details
The lighter/faster sibling of the High-E hoodie, this one-pocket pullover is the ideal answer to the call of a cold aerobic day. Just enough to... View full product details
While all of our fabrics are specifically designed for machine care, we recommend protecting your investment through minimally damaging processes. For us, this usually means a cold wash cycle followed by a hang-dry. If you do find yourself in a pinch [yes, we’re talking to you procrastinators] then it’s perfectly ok to throw it in the dryer. In either case, we recommend staying away from those pesky fabric softeners.