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Ibex made their Men's Woolies 150 Stripe Crew shirt with soft, naturally breathable merino wool that helps your body stay comfortable all winter long. This shirt feels smooth against your skin, its seams won't chafe when you're moving around, and it's so form-fitting that you'll hardly notice you're wearing anything underneath your sweater or fleece.

  • Form-fitting cut has a streamlined shape that sits close to your body without restricting your movement
  • Merino wool meets Zque standards of traceable sustainability so you know the wool in this shirt is natural
  • Merino wool is soft, nonflammable, easy to care for, and naturally breathable and resistant to odor-causing bacteria
  • Ultra-fine material weight makes this shirt feel particularly soft and smooth
  • Sleeve design and accents are finely stitched for a clean look and maximum durability
  • Made in the USA
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...because it's worth it

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

Why are these things so damn expensive? Because they're worth it.

Woolies 150s are gossamer thin, and can be a bit fragile (don't sit around the lean-to wearing just these, base layer use only). But nothing packs as much warmth and wicking into such a lightweight slim layer.

The shirts are cut very trim for a next-to-skin fit that wicks sweat better than any capilene or nylon base layer ever could. I would buy more if I could

I wish I had these years ago when I used to wear a drysuit for sailing/paddling, would have been so much more comfortable.

Cut SO slim!

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:Runs small

These shirts are awesome, but I am not quite sure what Ibex was thinking with the sizing. I wear a medium in just about everything (6'1", 170) and the medium for this fits like a skin tight muscle shirt--wearable, but not always comfortable. Don't get me wrong, I prefer trim fitted baselayers (and I've been known to size down to a small to achieve this once or twice), but this one is a little ridiculous. I bought a large, and that fit much better, still an athletic cut and trim enough to easily layer over, but it doesn't feel restrictive like the medium can. Other then the fit these are spot on though, soft, well proportioned cut for a tall lanky person, and they look great. I use mine a bit more casually because I prefer a zip neck rather then a crew cut for keeping warm outside, but these have the technical chops for when you need it without that techy look--breaths great and wicks as well as any other wool layer. If you want something that can transition seamlessly from the sloops to the bar then this is your best bet.

You can stop researching now

  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

Hands down best base layer available. The cut is perfect on this shirt: super stretchy so it fits everyone, enough length in the sleeves so it wont ride up, but not too much extra so it wont bunch up, extra length at the waist so you can tuck it in and it stays put (like a base layer should). i have two of the 150s and have been totally psyched. get the 220 if you're a cold person.

Hello, I was wondering what size would be...

Hello, I was wondering what size would be a good fit for someone that is 5'11 and around 150-160 pds?

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I would suggest a medium, maybe even a large. These shirts fit VERY slim for their size. I comfortably wear a medium in almost everything (6'1, 170), but the medium in this is stretched skin tight on me. Ok for a base layer, not great for casual use. I bought a large as well and it fits much more comfortable, doesn't look like a muscle shirt, and still has a trim enough fit so that it fits well and can be layered over if needed. Basically I would suggest sizing up one size from you're normal shirt size.