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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 to live in, the already tough 21.5-micron wool is made uniquely more abrasion resistant by an array of outer surface facing Nylon fibers. Finished off with a durable water repellent coating, this is a garment engineered for serious backcountry travel. Athletic Fit. 

Made in the United States exclusively from ROCKY MOUNTAIN HIGHCOUNTRY MERINO™ Wool 

  • Features & Specs

    • SURFACE HARDENED Thermal Wool Technology
    • Internal Chest Pocket with Headphone Port
    • Two External Hand Pockets
    • Durable Water Repellent Finish (DWR)
    • Fabric Weight: 375 g/m2
    • Garment Weight: Women's M = 661g (1 lb. 7 oz.)

  • Technology


    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.

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  • Awards

    “Merino wool makes for cozy sweaters, but its Achilles’ heel is durability: Abrasion shreds the soft fibers. Until now.” —Denver 5280 Magazine

    “VOORMI’s take on wool is entirely new. By blending that high grade merino with super techy [polyester] they ended up with a midlayer that was soft on the inside, rugged on the outside, and better at wicking moisture and keeping you warm than any product getting mass produced in Asia.” —Mountain Magazine

  • Product Care

    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] than it’s perfectly ok to throw it in the dryer. In either case, we recommend staying away from those pesky fabric softeners.