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Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip
Women's Furnace Quarter Zip

Women's Furnace Quarter Zip

EXP 350 MERINO-X

$155.00 USD

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Whether you drew a late-season elk hunt or are down to the closing bell in the treestand, First Lite's Merino-X Furnace series is the perfect tool for punching tags late in the season. Built with 350g EXP Merino-X weight fabric, the women's Furnace Quarter Zip is constructed for the coldest temperatures. Featuring a high collar, quarter zip, flatlock seams, and an articulated fit, it's ideal for layering over our other lightweight, next-to-skin styles. Our Furnace Merino-X fabric incorporates a brushed fleeced backside to our high loft, interlock knits to provide super-charged insulation without added weight. Adding this to the silent, odor-free benefits of merino wool, the Furnace merino is the hands-down choice for female hunters on cold weather hunts.

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Women's Furnace Quarter Zip Details

Layering Position

  • Midlayer

Features

  • 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: Athletic
  • Primary Uses:
    • Spot & Stalk
    • Tree Stand
    • Waterfowl
    • Fishing
  • Material Weight: 350 Heavyweight
  • Weight: 13.5oz.

Where to Use

  • Temperature Range:
    • 20F - 45F
    • 45F - 60F
    • 60F - 80F

Customer Reviews

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jon kaufmann
Fit:
Product Size: M

Women's Furnace Quarter Zip

M
McKenzie Valley
Fit:
Product Size: L
Height: 5’6
Weight: 150
Location: PNW Mountains
Primary Use: Outdoors/Hunting
Love this addition.

Wonderful for those cooler nights and days. It is a bit snug so size up. But very comfortable and allows movement for those outdoor activities

y
yukonm
Fit:
Product Size: S
Height: 5'3 3/4
Weight: 110-1150 pounds
Waist Size: 26 inches
Inseam Length: 28 inches
Location: Yukon - fall/winter/early spring
Primary Use: as a heavy base layer
Love it

Got the whole set for Yukon winter, and so far, really good. Went out on the snowmobile with only the furnace suit under a coat and skipants in -20 wind chill, very optimistic this will be my favourite base layer all winter and into early spring. I read the reviews about the bicep size and bought a size larger than my other First Lite items. I bought the guide pants and catalyst coat in XS, and opted for Small in the furnace suit and am glad I did. I'm just under 5'4, 115, 32D and was concerned about the arms and possibly shoulders being too tight. The small fits beautifully with room and is stretchy, and fits under my XS catalyst jacket with no issues. The bottoms go to my ankle, so are on the shorter side like other reviewers have mentioned, however I'm short and wearing wool socks anyway so no issues caused by the length. Living in the North I've tried a lot of higher end base layers, and I'm very happy with this purchase and looking forward to wearing less layers this year due to the warmth of this furnace suit. *Fit ratings based on purchasing a size larger than normal*. A friend also purchased a medium instead of her normal small, and was happy with the arm fit as well.

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Jenna
Fit:
Product Size: L
Height: 5’5”
Weight: 135
Waist Size: 28
Inseam Length: ?
Not for girls with average sized arms!

I wanted to love this since I loved my husbands so much. However, the arms are SOOO tight around the biceps. I typically wear a small/medium and had to exchange for a large. The large is still a tad tight around the arms. Bummer!

T
Taryn
Fit:
Product Size: M
Height: 5' 9"
Weight: 140
Waist Size: 27
Inseam Length: 33
Location: Alaska
Primary Use: Big Game, Small Game, Hiking
New Favorite Essential Layer

I bought the women's furnace for a new layer on an Interior Alaska caribou hunt where we backpacked for 4 nights 5 days. I froze on last year's trip and this year we were hit with sub-freezing temps every night and woke to snow every morning. I ended up LIVING in this thing - as a second layer during the day and my only top layer at night - and let me tell you; I love it. It's soft, not at all itchy, flexible and comfortable, and even after 5 days straight, still didn't hold noticeable smell. Amazing. Paired with the new Brooks Down Sweater and a few other layers, I was much warmer and comfortable than past trips. The furnace is a good length even for my abnormally long torso and fit everywhere else perfectly. Hoping First Lite makes this in other colors - black, sage, would even love a hunter orange - because I would buy them all and wear them constantly long for hiking, skiing, small game hunting, and going out around town.

J
J
Fit:
Product Size: M
Height: 5'6
Weight: 140
Waist Size: 29
Inseam Length: 32
Location: wyoming
Primary Use: procuring meat
those with biceps need not apply

I was very excited to see a women's furnace as I've coveted my husbands' for some time- but golly- for skinny arms only! I took a medium (wear a small to med regularly) and while the fit is great everywhere else, the arms were very tight & downright uncomfortable layered over a thin FL long-sleeved merino. I'd like to think I am a beast but the truth is my biceps are pretty average. I might try a large but if it were available, I'd just go with a men's xs.