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Burly warmth without the bulk.

Give your favorite shredder a fighting chance against the breath of winter when he wears the Smartwool Boys’ Midweight Crew Long-Sleeve Top. This merino wool base layer regulates temperature whether he’s chilly on the lift or hot after a few runs. Its T-zip lets him dump excess heat for a quicker cool down. The Midweight Crew Top feels soft against the skin and repels odors no matter how many runs your boy takes.

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5 5

more great smartwool

We love the smartwool long underwear tops for adults and kids, zip top and crew neck.
They all seem to run almost a size smaller and are definitely snug. This is great for our skinny 11 yr old, but he is already needing size XL in tops and bottoms only in Smartwool brand.
The navy color is as expected--good for boys or girls. Warm, washable, very comfortable. I wish we owned 5!

1 5

won't work for small women

So I have bought smartwool boys bottoms and been successful-I am a 5'2" 100lb woman, but it would not be so with the top. The sleeves are too short. Bummer for me, when will smartwool consider petites?

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What a useless review. Why give it a 1 star rating simply because it didn't do something it wasn't supposed to in the first place? The shirt is clearly labeled as a children's item, and the description doesn't promise anything about fitting small ladies.

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I have 2 of theses tops in women's small & the sleeves are also too short. I love everything about this top except the too short sleeves.

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Wow, that's weird that a BOYS piece won't work for a WOMAN. Whodathunk?

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The original comment is from a while back, but I just wanted to respond, as some of the responses here are quite snarky. It does happen that someone other than the intended audience will buy a piece - because it's on sale; or it fits better than a piece designed for a (taller/larger) woman - as a petite person myself, I had to buy kids' clothes for a long time till the manufacturers expanded their offering; or hey, maybe we just liked the color. (Plus, manufacturers can get the cut/sizing wrong across the board, not just in kids' sizes.)

While I do agree that the starred rating isn't a perfect representation of whether this is a quality piece of clothing, still the comment can be helpful for certain buyers, not to mention the company, re: improving next year's fit. (And isn't the point to provide more information, and generate more sales?) Just because you have a different experience doesn't make an alternate view "wrong".