Dale of Norway Rondane Zip-Neck Top - Men's

Dale of Norway Rondane Zip-Neck Top - Men's
Dale of Norway Rondane Zip-Neck Top - Men's
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Rondane Zip-Neck Top - Men's by Dale of Norway
The Rondane National Park in Norway is known for its rugged and scenic alpine terrain, which is why Dale of Norway named its ruggedly handsome Men's Rondane Zip-Neck Top after it. This superfine merino wool sweater is soft against the skin and carries with it all the moisture-wicking, temperature regulating properties of wool. The Rondane functions well when layered under a shell on a snowy day, but really shines when worn on its own.

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