The ideal base layer for any excursion.
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Can't get enough
This crew is my "go to shirt" and wears amazing. They wash well and dry quick. I am 5"3, 125 lbs and Med. fits great. The best baselayer you will own.
Great 1st layer
This shirt was awesome out on the Aspen slopes. It is lightweight and feels great, fits great - super thin so no bulk under your next layer. I wore this, a light fleece and my ski jacket in 20 degree skiing and it was perfect. Highly recommend.
I'm looking into buying this for my mom...
I'm looking into buying this for my mom for her to wear under something else when she's outside in the early morning when it's chilly. we're from So. CA so I'm not exactly sure how you would properly layer clothing when it's cold in the morning because it doesn't get subzero cold, but for us Californians it feels cold. Would this be a good base layer to wear under something else? Could you also recommend what you could typically wear over this layer?
These are great to wear under any clothes, because they are thin, but will hold up way better than other "silkweight" layers. Not the warmest base layer (Rho LT)but very thin. For a next layer, look at the Delta jackets (if your wearing a wind-resistant outer layer) or a softshell like a Gamma SV Hoody or Easyrider (which have warm high-loft fleece inside)for good weather resistance without a lot of other layering required.