Zip Turtleneck 400


The long sleeve 1/4 Zip Turtleneck 400 from Woolpower is great for keeping the body’s core temperature regulated in cool to cold climates. This Merino wool base layer shirt with a quarter zip turtleneck for ventilation is made from Woolpower’s superior Ullfrotté Original 400 g/m² terry loop design featuring no lengthwise seams, minimizing chaffing and rubbing during peak physical activity. Ullfrotté Original wool fabric with smooth, soft terry loops facing the inside and flat synthetic fibers lining the outside allows this wool base layer shirt to optimally maximize body heat retention by trapping the body’s natural heat as well as maximizing moisture wicking away from the skin. 1/4 Zip Turtleneck 200 long sleeve wool shirt is the perfect wool base layer for hunting, skiing, hiking, and fishing.t in.


70% Merino Wool
28% Polyester
  2% Elastane

Weight: 400 g/m²
Microns: 22.5
Ullfrotté Original - Spinthetics - Wool and Synthetic Blend

Machine wash 60 C / 140 FDo Not Bleach Iron on Low  Air Dry For Best Results  Dry Cleanable. Do Not Use Trichloroethylene

XXS, XS, S, M, L, XL, 2XL, 3XL


Black, Navy, Pine

  • Ullfrotté Original Merino wool fabric
  • 400 g/m² weight
  • Base layer wool pull-over
  • Non-itch soft Merino wool
  • 1/4 zip ventilated opening
  • Circular knit wool fabric
  • No lengthwise seams
  • Elastic Cuffs
  • Machine washable wool
  • Dryer safe wool - Tumble dry low
  • Available in black, grey, green, navy
  • Merino wool base layer shirt for hunters, skiers, hikers, bikers, and outdoor enthusiasts

  • 400 g/m² material is Woolpower's mid-level weight fabric made from Ullfrotté Original. Designed to be either worn directly against the skin or as a mid-layer protection, 400 g/m² optimizes the performance of our terry loop design and provides superior insulation, moisture regulation, and comfort. 400 g/m² garments were developed to increase insulation between the body, base-layer, and a wind and water resistant outer layer. Due to it's tight knit construction, 400 g/m² performs optimally in lower temperature climates.