Duckworth has turned the traditional T-shirt into a great looking rock-star. High performance, patented Vapor Wool fabric is lightweight, no-stink, and ultra fast drying. The heathered tri-blend fabric looks great hanging out or being put to the test in any demanding outdoor condition. Tested by Montana high-alpine ranchers at 9500 feet (where the merino wool is grown) it's their favorite piece of gear for months of continuous wear. Wool is anti-microbial, so there is no stink, and this summer weight wool fabric has all natural stretch with no added lycra. The Merino wool is 100% grown in Montana, on the Helle ranch, and the custom yarn is knit and sewn entirely in the USA. Get 'em while they last.
The perfect everyday T-Shirt for year round use - now available in a v-neck style. Stay dry and look stylish with our patented wool tri-blend performance fabric, source-verified merino wool is grown on the ranch in Dillon, Montana. Made in USA.
Just the right blend of loose and light, this piece of Duckworth Vapor wool is very lightweight, fast-drying and breathable. A blend of pure Montana wool and engineered fibers keeps you comfortable. Raglan-sleeved style with 3-inch tall cute cuffs, this long sleeve shirt packs small and looks great in all conditions. Size up for an easy breezy fit. Wool grown in Montana and garment made in the USA is a bonus.
High performance Vapor Wool fabric is lightweight, no-stink, and ultra fast drying, perfect for a day on the water, where the added cover of long sleeves and a loose hood can make the difference. It is used by professionals in the mountains and in marine conditions, where protection from the sun is necessary. Wool is anti-microbial, so there is no stink, and this summer wool fabric has all natural stretch with no added lycra. Wool is grown in Montana and the hoody is 100% made in USA. The reduced hooded style adds the extra protection from wind with absolutely no bulk, and it's easy to pack and train in when on the go. This is the one hoody you need for trans-habitation from the city to the wild.
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