Smartwool Merino 250 One-Piece Baselayer - Women's

Smartwool Merino 250 One-Piece Baselayer - Women's
Smartwool Merino 250 One-Piece Baselayer - Women's
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Merino 250 One-Piece Baselayer - Women's by Smartwool
The next best thing to wrapping yourself in a blanket is the SmartWool Merino 250 One-Piece Baselayer. However, when you're wrapped in a blanket all you can do is lounge around, but when you're in the One-Piece Baselayer you can hit the slopes, snuggle into your sleeping bag on the top of a snowy mountain, or make your way up a skin track. The 100% Merino wool construction naturally regulates your heat with providing breathability and odor resistance. Flatlock seams ensure you won't chafe as you blast down a groomer or pitch a tent. A front center zip makes it easy to get in and out of and a zippered drop tail makes bathroom breaks a breeze. For maximum protection, SmartWool added a hood that fits comfortably under your ski helmet and thumbholes to keep your wrists cozy.

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