Flume 1/4 Zip Baselayer - Men's

$99.95

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FLUME 1/4 ZIP BASELAYER

Named the overall best hiking shirt by Field and Stream, the Flume is a blend of Tencel (made from trees!) and spandex.  Tencel is naturally wicking, naturally odor resistant, thermo-regulating, and crazy comfortable. The ¼ zip adds a bit of style for your après hike or ski activities ensuring comfort on the mountain and style at the watering hole.

40 UPF.

Men's Flume Crewneck

Women's Flume 1/4 Zip

Women's Flume Crewneck

Weight in ounces:
XS: 7.0
S: 7.4
M: 8.1
L: 8.7
LT 9.2
XL: 9.8
XLT 10.2
XXL: 10.4

Made in the USA:  Crafted in Lincoln, NH; Fall River, MA

Features:
4 way stretch fabric for superior movement and fit
Extended length to ensure coverage when active - no more exposed lower back!
¼ zip for better venting when required
Thumb loops for secure hand coverage - layering warmth when you need it!
Raglan sleeves for greater movement
Flatlock stitched to reduce chafing - smooth and comfortable on your skin!

Fabric: Texollini, Long Beach, CA; 91% Tencel, 9% Lycra
Zippers: YKK, Macon, GA

Care:
Machine Wash Cold with like colors, gentle cycle
Do not dry clean
Do not bleach
Tumble dry low or lay flat to dry 

Customer Reviews

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Kevin D. (Hanson, US)
I need more

I am ashamed to admit that I love this shirt so much that I wear it entirely too many times in between washing. Embarrassing I know, but it feels so good and helps regulate my body temp so well I can wear it layered for days in a row.

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Anne o.M.F.F. (Mansfield, US)
Awesome

I bought this because I wanted to support a local company and liked their community and ecological support. I was pleasantly surprised how awesome this base layer is! Soft, comfy and warm. I never want to take it off!

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Pauline S.
Base Layers

Gave 5 base layer shirts as gifts to my Boulder adult children and they love them! Great quality product.

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Ed S. (Simsbury, US)
Flume 1/4 zip

I like the light weight and wicking features if this base layer; am attempting to determine what I need for mid layer and outer shell. My last hike with temps in the low 30’s using the flume 1/4 zip with a mid weight fleece and hard shell, both other brands, did result in some moisture on the inside of the hard shell

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Gerry L. (Las Vegas, US)
Warm and comfortable shirt

Had some cold weather and found the shirt ideal for colder weather.