Men's Furnace Quarter Zip Details
- True to size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- 20.5 micron, superfine, merino wool
- 95% merino / 5% spandex
- Expedition weight, fleeced Merino fabric for extreme cold
- Quarter zip neck for strategic ventilation
- Modified raglan sleeve moves seams out from under backpack shoulder straps
- Ergonomic cuff with thumb loops
- Flatlock seams
- Machine wash, line dry
How It's Built
- Material: Merino-X
- Cut: Second Layer
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Material Weight: 350 Heavyweight
- Weight: 17oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
I bought this for my dad. He loves it. It’s lightweight but retains great warmth for its weight and thickness. The size is just right. I bought it in Specter and it looks great for northern Wisconsin. While he hasn’t had it long enough to challenge its durability, it appears well made and tough.
I got this for Christmas and have worn it on every hunt since then. Duck, muzzleloader deer, and as of today coyote hunting in -20 windchills. Very warm, fits well, comfortable. A base layer this pullover and a jacket was all I needed for the -20 windchills.
This piece is heavier than I expected but in a good way. Its a big step up from the kiln. This is a thick heavy piece for when the temps drop. Can be worn as an outer layer, second layer over kiln piece or against skin. One of my favorite late season piece for when the mercury drops. Adds a lot of warmth and of a lot of bulk. Very stretchy and a bigger cut then the kiln in the same size
Can’t say enough good things about this or first lite as a company. The pullover is very soft and warm. Perfect fit and is built to last. You won’t regret buying this.
Kiln Crew, Kiln Zip Offs, Furnace Zip, Furnace Bottoms, Sanctuary Bibs and Jacket, and Klamath Zip (as a wind break or outer layer in mild conditions). Love it all. By far and wide the BEST gear I have ever worn.
Warm, dry, and the base layers are perfect in every way, I use the Kiln top / bootom under brush pants for upland hunting a few times a week as well.
No problem during cold-as-hell tree stand and ground sits up here in Canada. You won't regret it.
Finally got the furnace quarter zip after wanting it for a few years. Is so nice and thick. I'm 6'2", 205 and often tops are short in length at the waist and sleeve. For not having a "tall" option, this fits great. I have some other merino clothing but none of it is this thick and warm. Finally a great base layer for my late season activities in MN!
I bought this for an elk trip in 2021. I decided to try it out at home during deer season and I can’t believe how warm it is for being not bulky. It can take the place of two layers and is extremely comfortable . I don’t normally write reviews but this is worth every penny and would be perfect for hunting out west, using in cold weather while sitting in a tree stand , or duck hunting. I can’t believe how something so lightweight can be so warm. Worth every penny and is my favorite hunting garnet I own.
I got the Furnace tops and bottoms for deer hunting here in NY and PA, Wore them both as a base layer and over Fuse and Under Armor layers. Very comfortable and warm. We didn't have a very cold deer season. True test was the 40" snow storm we just had, Spent 5 hours in 20 degree weather on a open station tractor plowing out. Wore the Furnace bottoms under soft shell pants and Carhartt bibs, Wore the top over Under Armor and topped off with a fleece vest and Carhartt jacket, Warmest I have ever been plowing, and kept dry when I has to shovel for a few mminutes.
Awesome! 1st try Southern Indiana hunt. 31 degree start. Medium jacket and furnace. 58 degrees at noon an only wearing the furnace. Felt great. 2xl fit me good with a 54in chest at 6ft 315lbs. It has a very comfortable stretch. Can not say enough! Game changer like my old stuff when I first got it. Can not wait until I can afford some of the outer wear. Glad I caught the gravey boat sell.