Expedition Hoodie

by Devold
Lithuania
$130.00
Item No. 1969
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Devold's Aquaduct fabric, used in the Expedition garments, is knitted with two layers, 100% Merino wool on the inside, 90% Merino wool, 10% nylon on the outside, designed to trap warm air between the layers, the inner layer wicking moisture to the outer layer where it evaporates. It is a tight knit, resistant to wind and rain.

The Expedition Hoodie, is a versatile garment that can be worn either as a lightweight sweater or as an inner layer. The hood is soft and light enough to wear under a cap. The extra long sleeves have a thumb hole near the cuff and can be rolled down to cover the wrists and the palm of the hand. The back length of a size M(40) is about 29 inches. The back of the sweater is about 2½ inches longer than the front. The weight is approximately 12 oz. Color is Black. Machine washable (gentle cycle, no softener), tumble dry (low). Designed in Norway, made in Lithuania by Devold.

Devold's Aquaduct fabric, used in the Expedition garments, is knitted with two layers, 100% Merino wool on the inside, 90% Merino wool, 10% nylon on the outside, designed to trap warm air between the layers, the inner layer wicking moisture to the outer layer where it evaporates. It is a tight knit, resistant to wind and rain.

The Expedition Hoodie, is a versatile garment that can be worn either as a lightweight sweater or as an inner layer. The hood is soft and light enough to wear under a cap. The extra long sleeves have a thumb hole near the cuff and can be rolled down to cover the wrists and the palm of the hand. The back length of a size M(40) is about 29 inches. The back of the sweater is about 2½ inches longer than the front. The weight is approximately 12 oz. Color is Black. Machine washable (gentle cycle, no softener), tumble dry (low). Designed in Norway, made in Lithuania by Devold.

  • Merino Wool

    Merino wool is a very long staple, very fine wool from the Merino sheep. Merino sheep have been bred in Australia to produce extremely fine wool. Merino wool, particularly when twisted into a worsted yarn, is smooth to the skin. The fine fibres are soft, and the long staple gives fewer ends, reducing any irritation from loose ends.

    Wool yarn for knitting or weaving falls into two general classifications, woolen yarn or worsted yarn. Woolen yarn is formed by drawing it from fibers with a random orientation, giving a yarn that is fluffy, with fibers in all directions. Worsted yarn is drawn from combed fibers, giving a yarn with fibers running along the length of the yarn, and is thus much denser and smoother than woolen yarn. Garments knitted from worsted yarn have a smooth dense fabric and wear extremely well.

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