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Warm, breathable, and fit for men who crave the cold of winter.

When it's cold enough for your spit to freeze before it hits the ground, it's time to reach for the breathable, winter-weight Stoic Men's Merino Comp Shirt. Merino fabric wicks moisture away from your skin, has a smooth texture that makes it easy to layer over, and its fibers naturally resist retaining odors. Stoic added a touch of spandex to give this top a slight stretch that you'll appreciate when you're pulling rock, tackling a skin track, or otherwise hard at work in the mountains.

  • Nylon and spandex blended in with merino fabric allows this merino top greater durability, flexibility, and resists damaging pilling over time
  • Backcountry.com is the exclusive US distributor for Stoic products

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4 5

Warm and a lot of versatility!

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

I like this shirt a lot! I have two of these shirts and they keep me warm through the heart of winter. I usually wear them around the house for overall comfort and to be lazy. They do run a little big, but overall a great fit!

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How does this deal with odors, since it's...

How does this deal with odors, since it's only 38% wool?

3 5

Weird Sizing

I am 5'10" and 140lbs, so I default to medium. I got this guy because the mixed merino concept would go well with my layering system... Unfortunately the "medium" I purchased fits me like a "large" :( Its almost like this particular piece was mislabeled or something because it fits friends of mine who wear "large" to "XL". It definitely does not have the technical athletic fit that I was looking for, so I will return it and order a "small" merino comp anorak instead.

Backcountry return policy = WIN!!!!

5 5

My best base layer

Hands down my go to base layer. Incredibly warm and comfortable.

5 5

Keeps you toasty!

Bought this instead of an Under Armour shirt and while it does not have they skin tight fit of an Under Armour turtleneck, this thing is warm! I noticed it right away after I put it on. I wore this under a sweatshirt out on an ice rink for a couple of hours & it did it's job. Very nice shirt.

4 5

Arms still too long & loose, but great shirt just the same

I'm 5'11", have a 35" sleeve, and the sleeves on this shirt reach almost to my pinky fingernails with my arms hanging at my side. It's a little loose in the torso, even around my abdomen which is larger than I'd like. I probably should have gone with an XL, but according to the size chart XXL was what I needed. It fits better when worn over a silkweight polypro top, and is very comfortable. I haven't had a chance to use it in temps much below 30F, but with just this shirt and a hardshell I've been warm and dry. I'll give it a good workout as soon as we get enough snow for snowshoeing.

01-01-12 - Wore this shirt alone while out hiking today. Temp was low 40s, it was breezy and damp from melting snow, and we were hiking near a river and cedar bog. While hiking I didn't once feel hot or overheated, and never felt any sweat on myself either. When stopped I had just the slightest chill, almost unnoticeable, which is the way I like it anyway. So this shirt performs just as advertised, keeping me warm and dry in temps that I'm guessing were lower than Stoic envisioned it being worn as the only layer. The sleeves are still too long and loose, but I can deal with it. I'll be buying more of these, both as gifts and to upgrade my gear from the old military polypro I've been using for the past 15 years or so. Gonna have moms make thumbholes for it, too.