Style, warmth, and breathability in one convenient package.

Layer up for a weekend on the slopes or for a shoulder-season trek into the high country with the Ibex Women's Woolies Zip T Stripe Top.
  • Trim athletic fit makes it easy to layer over this baselayer piece and delivers a sleek look when worn on its own
  • Zque New Zealand merino wool fibers provide excellent insulation and resist odors
  • Unlike traditional, long-cut wool fibers, merino wool’s fine-cut fibers are soft to the touch
  • Midweight, 150 g/m2 fabric balances internal breathability and temperature regulation so you stay warm without overheating
  • Nine-inch zip neck with locking pull lets you dial in the right amount of ventilation
  • Flatlock seams and tag-free labels reduce chafing

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5 5

Dry as kindling

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

The word moisture isn't a terrible word, until it's used in reference to perspiration. Then the connotations are of sweaty palms, sticky feet, and a less than floral smell. This doesn't even cover that locker-room smell when you leave your hiking clothes rolled up for a day too long after trip.

There is a way to alleviate all of the negativity of the word. Wear wool. Personally, I've been a proponent of wool base layers for years. The Ibex Woolies zip neck tee is no exception. It's lightweight, fitted and remains stink-free, for days. Even better, wool is hydrophilic so it holds moisture away from your skin -- this allows it to evaporate keeping you dry and 'moist-less.'

Of note, this is a very lightweight baselayer. It's perfect for late summer hiking and spring skiing, but if you're looking for a layer for the bitter weeks of winter, you'll want to look at one of Ibex's heavier layers such as the 200 crewneck.

5 5

Ibex Woolies 150 Zip T Strip Top

  • Gender: Female
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Does anyone know if there is some kind of a support group for those of us who cannot stop buying and wearing Ibex Woolies? I discovered the Ibex Woolies 150 Zip T during the winter of 2013 and have worn no other T-necks since. It is cold much of the year where I live and I switch back and forth from the Woolies 150 Zip T to the Woolies 220 Zip T. The flat seams are wonderful, there are no tags, the fabric is perfect for layering, the fit is trim, but still very comfortable. I am 5'8" tall and weigh 135 pounds. I am able to wear the Woolies in a size medium or a large. If I am planning on wearing a lot of layers, I will usually wear a size medium. If the Woolies is going to be my sole layer, the large will work well. It is nice to have a little extra length in the sleeves. The Ibex Woolies really is my favorite T-neck top and I wear one everyday!