Product Preview: First Lite Furnace Quarter Zip Mid-layer

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posted on October 30, 2019
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Lightweight and comfortable yet rated for temperatures as low as -20 F, the Furnace Quarter Zip from First Lite makes a great mid-layer garment for outdoor excursions in truly cold weather, while also serving as an attractive outer-layer when the temperatures aren’t quite so harsh. Built from Merino-X fabric, a 95/5 blend of superfine merino wool and spandex, the machine-washable pullover features a fleeced interior, flatlock seams and a high collar to help keep the elements out. The Furnace Quarter Zip, which retails for $145, is available in First Lite’s Cipher and Fusion camouflage patterns, as well as Black, Dry Earth and Conifer (shown). For more information, please visit firstlite.com.

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