[Up for Review] Backcountry’s Flagstaff Merino Crew Top

When it comes to winter exploration, layering is a key component for a good time and it all starts with a proper next-to-skin layer. While your dirt-bag buddies may think the oversized t-shirt they’ve been wearing for the last three days is suitable enough, an appropriate base layer—usually made with some kind of wool blend for its moisture-wicking capabilities—will keep you out shredding harder and longer no matter how low the mercury drops. Backcountry understood the base layer assignment with the creation of its Flagstaff Merino Crew Top, available in both men’s and women’s. 

Backcountry Flagstaff Merino Crew Top – Men’s 

MSRP: $114.95

Made to move with you in the mountains, Backcountry’s Flagstaff Merino Crew Top is a dream layering piece for the dudes spending all of their time shredding from sunup to sundown, day in and day out. Made of a midweight blend of merino wool, nylon and spandex, the Flagstaff Crew Top provides a snug, athletic fit for ease of movement as well as layering. Bonus: thumbholes keep the sleeves locked in place for added comfort. Ample temperature regulation and top-notch odor resistance make the Flagstaff a go-to for every wintery escapade.

Backcountry Flagstaff Merino Crew Top – Women’s 

MSRP: $114.95

Backcountry designed the women’s Flagstaff Merino Crew Top with performance top-of-mind. A merino wool blend with a touch of spandex makes the Flagstaff exceptional at body temperature regulation, odor resistance as well as moving with you—however that may be. From the skintrack to the grocery store, Backcountry’s Flagstaff Merino Crew Top delivers incomparable warmth and comfort. An athletic fit with thumbholes makes this piece ideal for layering on winter’s coldest days.

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