Smartwool Merino 150 Printed Neck Gaiter

Smartwool Merino 150 Printed Neck Gaiter
Smartwool Merino 150 Printed Neck Gaiter
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Merino 150 Printed Neck Gaiter by Smartwool
Prepare yourself for the unpredictability of spring skiing with the Smartwool Merino 150 Printed Neck Gaiter. Crafted from a breathable, lightweight, and soft Merino 150 fabric, this gaiter delivers wicking, odor-resistant performance for cool-to-cold conditions on the hill.

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SKU: SWL00ZZ
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