Duckworth Powder High Neck Top - Women's

Duckworth Powder High Neck Top - Women's
Duckworth Powder High Neck Top - Women's
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Powder High Neck Top - Women's by Duckworth
Partnering with Helle Rambouillet Ranch in Southwestern Montana, Duckworth uses the finest US-sourced merino wool in all of its garments. Keeping you cozy-warm through winter's barrage of brisk conditions and icy temperatures, the Duckworth Women's Powder High Neck Top is a toasty pullover sweater made with Dura-Fleece for an ideal combination of insulating properties and moisture-wicking performance. Its midweight (250 g/m2) merino-blend works great as a standalone piece during cool conditions, also efficiently layering under waterproof/breathable jackets when you're hiking, skiing, and getting after it during the wintertime. Its soft, brushed-lined interior keeps you delightfully comfortable by pulling perspiration off your skin to prevent your upper body from feeling cold and clammy during active use. Additionally, the extra-high neck protects your lower face and chin from blasts of frigid air. Add in a kangaroo pouch pocket for a cozy refuge for frozen fingers and hands. And since it's entirely made in the USA, you can proudly wear this garment knowing it wasn't made in an overseas sweatshop.

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