Neck Gaiter

# 808 | Unisex's
Mid-weight wool neck wamer

  • Mid-weight wool neck wamer


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Adding wool to the time-tested neck gaiter makes it something more wearable, classic and, of course, performing. 18.5 micron New Zealand Merino wool.

Tech Specs +

  Fit Guide
Fabric Gram Weight:
 230 g/m2
Garment Weight:
 1.6 oz
Fiber Content:
Fiber Source:
 New Zealand
Fabric Source:
 New Zealand
Garment Source:
 United States

Wool Type +


The workhorse of Ibex fabrics, Zepher is made with an interlock knit that is durable, stretches naturally, and enhances the easy softness of 100% Merino wool. We use this 18.5 micron fabric for mid-weight layers designed for maximal versatility.

Size & Fit Guide Expand +

How Do I Determine My Size?

We recommend a general body measurement guide to determine your size in Ibex clothing. This sizing chart is not garment specific, but in fact a body measurement chart. Here are some helpful hints when measuring:

Bust/Chest: relax arms at sides, keeping the tape parallel to the floor, measure the fullest part of your bust/chest
Waist: keeping the measuring tape comfortably loose, measure around your natural waistline
Hips: standing with heels together, keep the tape straight and parallel to the floor, measure around the fullest part of hips
Sleeve Length: a 3-point measurement, standing with arms relaxed and slightly bent at sides, measure from the base of the neck to the shoulder and then from the shoulder to the wrist bone, add together measurements
Form-fit: garment designed to fit snug to the body throughout
Semi-fit: garment will be contoured to the body
Regular-fit: garment will not be slim, but also not oversized
Relaxed-fit: garment drapes loosely on body

Still need help determining your size? Call 800.773.9647 or email us at for specific garment measurements.

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Ibex Outdoor Clothing Store
wool gaiter cant be beat
Scott C on Jun 24, 2016
gift for someone, and I already have one which I wear quite often.
Louise L on Dec 9, 2015
wool gaiter cant be beat
Scott C on Jun 24, 2016
I was hoping to keep my neck and face warm. But this thing is chokey.
Spoldge on Feb 20, 2016
gift for someone, and I already have one which I wear quite often.
Louise L on Dec 9, 2015
always the highest quality
RANDI C on Oct 9, 2015
Cross country skiing. It kept me so warm.
Dorothy B on Jun 29, 2015
Color and quality
deborah d on Jun 9, 2015
Wanted warm neck protection that did not dangle or stick to the Velcro.
Iv K on May 25, 2015
I was hoping to keep my neck and face warm. But this thing is chokey.
Spoldge on Feb 20, 2016
always the highest quality
RANDI C on Oct 9, 2015
4.2 / 5.0
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Spectacular Neck Gaiter
I use this for cross-country skiing in the winter, and really all during the winter as well (biking to the school in the snow is also awesome.) Great piece because you can be motoring, working pretty hard, and it'll keep you and your throat plenty warm, without overheating. It's also pretty durable.

The material is fairly dense and doesn't always dry out the fastest - but that's wool for you, and
September 13, 2009
great gift
I wear mine all winter long. Very comfortable, even indoors, very warm to cover the crack between hat and collar. Even pulls up over your nose in severe temps. At these prices, I got several for holiday gifts.
September 13, 2009
Versatile and warm
It works great as a neck warmer, but it works even better as a headband! My ears get really cold when I run in the early mornings in the winter in Maine and my polarfleece headbands have worn out. Hats are too hot and it seems this gaiter can be either neck or head. Also, now my petzl fits better up there! Love it!
December 21, 2009
scarf without the fuss
in the winter, my neck craves a second skin - silk and or the right wool. i have many many many scarves. i recently added 3 of these neck gaiters to my stable and find they are perfect for working in the kitchen when a stray scarf could be messy at least or disastrous at worst. i will wear the gaiters out, too, with some silk to gussy them up a bit.
January 31, 2013
Keep the cold out
It's been a few years since I've worn anything similar. I'm not a scarf guy, so I wanted something to keep my neck warm that was slim and unobtrusive. This fits the bill perfectly. The warmth to weight ratio is perfect, it's dense enough to keep out the wind and chill, and long enough to pull up over my nose and cheeks without compromising my neck. For cold winter days and nights this is a must ha
February 13, 2011
My favorite winter accessory!
Absolutely love this piece! I have the green color and it goes well with my outfit even just walking around town! I use it for biking to work and it is absolutely wonderful. I can't imagine my winter without it.
January 17, 2013
Good Weight
This gaiter has a good weight to it. Just enough. I find it works great for golfing on those chillier windy days. The fit is a bit tight over the head.
January 17, 2013
Super Small, Super Toasty!
Love this for biking, hiking and staying warm around the jugular!
May 24, 2009
Perfect complementary piece of clothing
I use this in combination with the balaclava on super cold days. It's the perfect companion in that it adds an extra layer of warmth and protection from the elements. It's a little challenging to stretch it over your chin so I wouldn't rely on it alone to provide more than neck warmth and protection, but working in concert with the balaclava it's tremendous. You could even forgo a scarf on walks a
January 17, 2013
Awesome cozy
Great product - very comfortable. Love it on sub-zero walks with my dogs. I haven't worn it cycling yet, but definitely will.
February 24, 2010

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