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Arc'teryx RHO LTW Neck Gaiter

$39.00

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    Anything but basic.

    Arc'teryx made the merino wool RHO LTW Neck Gaiter to provide simple, versatile insulation for skiers, mountaineers, and winter campers. Wear it around your neck in cold weather, or pull it up over your nose when the wind starts howling. The Rho LTW Neck Gaiter even works as a hat should the need arise.

    • A soft, versatile neck gaiter to protect against elements
    • Made from soft, odor-resistant, and moisture-wicking merino wool
    • Can also be worn as a headband or hat
    • Item #ARC00IV

    Tech Specs

    Material
    95% merino wool, 5% elastane
    Weight
    2.1 oz
    Recommended Use
    skiing, snowboarding
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Après ski fashion only!

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I needed a neck warmer, and at the time when I was considering this purchase Backcountry was offering 30% off one Arc'Teryx item incentive. - How could I resist?

    I have a few garments/items by Arc'Teryx and they are what everyone should expect; high quality, functionally designed, and lasting... -This item is not. It's an overpriced thin wool tube sock you wear on your neck.

    I snowboard here in the northeast where neck and face protection is a must. This particular item bunches around the base of my neck in a way that can become uncomfortable and you have to fix it during activity. The Arc'Teryx logo embroidery is in a position that you'll wear on your face if you pull it up to cover it, and if you rotate it around 180° then the seam is in your mouth, ugh. The material is pretty thin wool, which can be both a good and bad thing depending on the day/conditions, but often loses its "shape" when removed and I have to work to straighten it out or fix it before putting it back on.

    This item is perfect for the fashionable après ski model who is ready to hit the lodge, drink a hot toddy, and talk about all the runs they didn't take that day.

    My recommendation for the serious athletes/enthusiasts: Check out Burton's (Anon) MFI face protection, and goggle (m2) setup. -I'm making the switch.

    Softest wool ever to touch my skin

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This truly is the softest Merino wool to ever touch my skin! I have pretty sensitive skin and while wool is the warmest I am very sensitive to it so I am so happy I can wear it and not itch all day. It keeps me so warm on those cold snowy days when skiing. The thin layer keeps me super warm while also offering great mobility. It is not chunky around my neck which is key when shredding the gnar gnar. Highly recommend it.

    Soft Warm and comfortable

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    When I got it, it have a little bit weird smell. But after wash it, the bad smell is gone. I like it's soft feeling and it's keeping my neck and face warm. This merino wool is softer than my merino base layer.

    Who's up for a ski day?

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    This neck gaiter is the perfect weight. Its not too thick to restrict your movement, but still keeps the wind and snow from going down your neck. The material is super soft and comfortable around your neck. Total thumbs up.