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Northern Playground Zipbody Wool One-Piece Baselayer - Women's

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Zipbody Wool One-Piece Baselayer

When you're in the alpine, the best way to stay warm is to stay dry. With the ZipBody Wool One-Piece Baselayer from Northern Playground, you can zip in and out to stay dry, warm, and comfortable no matter your mountainous pursuit. Simply pull the ZipBody on like you would any normal top, then zip up the boxers with a soft and flexible zipper that is comfortable against your skin as you hike, climb, or ski. Thumbholes secure the sleeves under your shell and gloves and the semi-fitted cut allows you to layer a puffy in there as well on extra cold mornings.

  • One-piece baselayer suit to keep warm in any cold weather pursuits
  • Wool blend construction wicks moisture for dry comfort on ascents
  • Merino wool naturally repels odors for freshness between washings
  • Easy to don by pulling on like normal top, zipping boxers in back
  • Zipper is soft, flexible against the skin for comfort in activity
  • Thumbholes secure sleeves under additional layers on cold mornings
  • Semi-fitted style cuts bulk for mobility and is easy to layer
  • Item #NPG000N

Material
73% Merino wool, 24% polyester, 3% elastane
Fit
semi-fitted
Style
one-piece suit
Thumbholes
yes
Anti-Odor
natural property of Merino wool
Recommended Use
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, backcountry snowshoeing, backpacking, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, hiking, mountaineering, nordic classic, nordic skate, nordic touring, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding, randonee, ski mountaineering, snowshoe hiking, winter camping

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