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Stoic Merino 150 Crew - Long-Sleeve - Men's

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    Stoic merino 150 crew

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I got a couple of these and really like them. They're very comfortable.
    The sleeves do seem very long, so they'll need to bunch up somewhere along your arm, in all likelihood.

    These are actually a little warmer than I was wishing for--I was hoping I could use it under a button-up shirt in the winter for regular life, as well as for outdoor pursuits, but they're a little TOO warm for that.

    That's not a knock on the product, just a caution to potential buyers who might have that usage in mind.

    Great Value Merino Baselayer

    • Familiarity:I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I myself own several of these in Women's, so naturally this was on the Christmas list for the brother and father. My brother is 5 ft 9, 165 athletic and wears a large and my father is 5 foot 7 140 and wears a medium. My brother uses it snowboarding , and my father recently used it as a baselayer under a sweater on a physics research trip to a laboratory high in the Swiss Alps. Its not super thick, but warm for the weight, breathes well and you can wear it several times without it getting stinky. Great value for merino wool!

    Wear them all the time

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

    The colors are all great, but the taupe is now much lighter than the image online. See the women's version for more accurate image. Wear these alone or as baselayer all the time. I recommend this shirt more than any other because of its functionality. Really digging the Stoic brand. The merino boxer briefs are great as well. Price for this quality is unbeatable.

    Just get one already!

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: Small

    Super comfortable, great material. No itchy tags incide. Fits great, and works exactly how you want it. My arms are a bit long, so the thumb holes get uncomfortable after a few minutes. Slightly thin, so first impression seems like it's not going to be that warm, but it is. Not sure how they do, magic i suppose.

    Great value

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

    I've had this baselayer for a few years at this point, and it's always the first I reach for. Well made, warm, great value. Feels good when skinning or downhill, never smells.

    I love these!

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

    Bought two to wear on my cold rides to work. I wear them everyday now if I can. So warm but breathable. If I put a light coat over these I'm ready for most days here in VA. I got a large and they fit well. Close to my skin but not hugging me.

    Great Top!

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: xxl

    After hiking the last 200 miles of the Camino in Spain, May 2015, I used Smart Wool exclusively for 14 days. Hence I can give a good review here.

    This top kept me warm as a base layer. The thumb holes were not annoying in the least, so if you need them, they are there. The material breathed correctly and did not produce any adverse reaction. Washed up correctly without any problems.

    You'll want to wear it forever.

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I have only had my Stoic for a little bit but have taken it on multiple trips. This thing is like a climate control king! I am a rock climber and often layer up for climbing trips. The Stoic base layer has been perfect for this. When its my turn to climb I take off my layers and climb in the Stoic shirt. It works perfectly. If its a little cold outside it keeps me warm while I climb. If its hot and sunny it keeps me out of direct sunlight and still feels cool.
    To be honest on some trips I have gone the whole time with out taking it off. I sleep in it, climb in it, hike in it. Its really comfortable and does well with sweat. After all my abuse it barely takes on any odor.
    As other reviews have mentioned the shirt is thin but it works really well. If your looking for something thicker you are probably looking for something warmer, in that case I would suggest any long sleeve cotton shirt or a waffle shirt (which I have worn over my Stoic and that also works great).
    Its the base layer of base layers!

    Best value Merino wool

    • Familiarity:I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: Small

    This Stoic Merino wool crew shirt is awesome. It's much cheaper than SW or other bigger merino brands, but in my opinion is about on par quality-wise. It's warm, fits well, and has great features. Thumbholes are great when layering, and the wool does a great job transporting moisture away from the skin. Very light, which is nice. It's also very soft and comfortable. Definitely recommend this shirt, especially for use hiking, running, touring, etc.

    Great shirt but thin

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

    The shirt is very comfortable and looks good, I often end up wearing it casually around town but it's a bit thinner than I imagined. Reading the description that should have been clear to me but either way I like the shirt a lot, it's good to run in as long as it's not too windy. Overall I would buy it again but don't plan on wearing it under 50 degrees unless you are working up a good sweat.

    Stoic Wool= Best Wool Value

    • Familiarity:I've used it several times
    • Fit:True to size
    • Size Bought: Large

    I've had a few of these shirts. I have been trying out other brands this past year. I still rate SW the best but Stoic is the best value in my opinion. Washable and dryable (with care!), decent weight for a base, 100% wool, nice features with the overlapped collar and thumbholes, good price- especially on sale. The quality of the collar and hem could be improved as they tend to roll over time. Really appreciate Stoic having a brown that military folks can wear under uniforms, it would be nice if it was a bit lighter to blend in perfectly, then we could wear their shirts year around. Good fit, TTS. I'm 5'10"/170/42".

    Go-To Base Layer

      Perfect layer for warmth, moisture wicking and temp regulation when out and about. The merino wool works awesome when touring or hiking when you've worked up a sweat and the cold awaits. This is my favorite base layer. Super soft and comfortable too.

      New favorite base layer

      • Familiarity:I've used it several times
      • Fit:True to size
      • Size Bought: Large

      Great addition to the baselayer options. Keeps me warm and comfortable in a wide range of conditions with minimal weight. Great quality at a fair price, the fit is perfect, and thumbholes are a nice addition for keeping the shirt in place when layering. Best part though is the merino material - keeps you dry and even after multiple uses, no smell at all!

      Perfect sleeves for long arms

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

      So I am practically giddy with how perfect this shirt is for me. I have really long arms and the thumbholes fit perfectly. I almost never find a shirt like that and it made me so happy I got 2 more on Steep & Cheap when they came up. I've had two 150 weight merino short sleeves from Stoic for several years now and they've help up great. Light enough to wear in all but the warmest months but effective enough as a base layer to help keep you warm through most winter conditions. I love to wear these long sleeved ones as my base layer skiing. Sometimes I'll just have on this, and my Arc'teryx Fortrez Hoody on warmer days on the slopes. If its windy, or a little colder I'll throw on my Nano or maybe a shell over the Fortrez. Can't say enough good things about these shirts. If you have long arms they are the best.

      Warm and No Stench

      • Fit:True to size

      Don't get me wrong this is a lightweight top. Alone it is not going to get you much below freezing but layered it is an ideal piece. Put this under a fleece layer and a shell and you are good to go. I wore this night and day for 3 days and though I smelled the top didn't. Merino wool is great that way. Thumbhole aren't real useful except to keep the sleeves down when layering up. All in all a good warm undershirt.

      A little baggy

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

      I have a couple medium short-sleeved merino shirts from Stoic and they fit pretty tight; I was hoping for the same with this, but not completely the case. Still a great layer but you could maybe size down from what you normally wear.

      Also, very soft wool--I had a bike crash while wearing it and completely blew up one arm. If you're doing something where that's a possibility, you don't want this as an exposed layer.

      Great Layer

      • Familiarity:I've used it several times
      • Fit:True to size

      I am not usually one to wear technical layers other than my long underwear. Usually I have technical long underwear with a cheap long sleeve t-shirt or crew sweatshirt on top but the Stoic Merino top changed my antiquated layering habits. Previously I would have issues with the long sleeve T or sweatshirt saturating with sweat halfway through the ski day and then getting cold as the sun began to set. The Stoic Merino shirt, while not totally solving this problem, does work wonders in prolonging the amount of time before I am saturated by wicking the moisture away from my body. Another big plus is the finger holes in the sleeves which may be my favorite feature of the shirt (no more sleeve bunching!). Overall, a very good under layer shirt that works well in various conditions.

      Are you going to get any more mediums in...

      Are you going to get any more mediums in stock before Christmas? (BTW, these are the best shirts EVER!)

      How long until you guys get the zip version...

      How long until you guys get the zip version in these colors? The colors you guys currently have are way too dark (hot in the sun).

      I am wondering, what are the real colors...

      I am wondering, what are the real colors of Pumice/Forest Stoic Merino Crew. I can not see them really well on my computer. Is this white and green or maybe gray/green color?

      How does this compare with the 200 series...

      How does this compare with the 200 series from Stoic? I ordered this a few weeks ago and it feels lighter and less 'elastic' than my previous Backcountry (long live the goat) merino underlayer. The backcountry shirt feels smoother, and appears to have more fibers and is perhaps better constructed... would the 200 be more similar to this?

      Thanks!

      if you like the older goat merino styles from 2009, you will love the 200 weight from stoic. the 200 grams per square meter is heavier, more dense and uses 18.9 micron merino, which results in warmer and a more structured material. this 150 gsm is light, and uses a soft 17.5 merino, personally my favorite for its great feel, and just enough warmth.

      What is the difference between these 2...

      What is the difference between these 2 shirts:
      Long sleeve mens - Stoic merino 150 crew and
      Long sleeve mens - Stoic Merino 200 crew?

      When will these be restocked? Looking for...

      When will these be restocked? Looking for some solid/tamer colors in XL.

      Failing that, can anyone recommend another merino baselayer of similar weight w/ monkey thumbs/thumb holes?

      Does anybody know how the stink is on this?...

      Does anybody know how the stink is on this? Does it stick around or does it not have an awful smell once one has sweat into it?

      Do I have to wait until next season's...

      Do I have to wait until next season's lineup to get this in black?

      Does anyone know how to 'recharge' a merino wool baselayer? Ive been using the same Smartwool merino wool longsleeve for 3 years now and it definetely gets ripe about halfway throught the day. It's still super soft and as thick as it always has been even though I wash it after every sweaty use, from trail running to snowboarding. I use scent free hypoallergenic detergent always. BTW, not all merino wool is created equal. My girlfriend has a REI longsleeve and it's gotten pretty thin and scratchy over the years. So if anyone knows how I can refresh my shirt that'd be awesome. Definetely gonna get another merino midweight like this Stoic. Hope it shows up in black soon.

      Best Answer

      Get a mild detergent with a pH level below 7. Dishwashing liquid works wonders at cleaning wool, because it is almost alkaline; otherwise a gentle, non-bio fabric detergent will work.

      Adding a couple of drops of eucalyptus oil, or a citrus based eco-product like Laundry Fresh will make your shirt a little softer and hopefully "recharge" the garment.

      What is the best way of washing these...

      What is the best way of washing these merino wool shirts and what are the best laundry products for them?

      I have two of them and wash and dry mine with all my other laundry (front load washer with warm wash and cold rinse) and have noticed minimal fading and a MAYBE tiny amount of shrinkage. It's hard to tell, though. Since these are so thin, they don't act like wool usually does in the washer. It is still wonderful quality and MUCH easier to deal with than babying it with a different detergent, washing process, etc.

      Will you be stocking more solid colors...

      Will you be stocking more solid colors soon? I just bought the solid black which are now sold out.

      Anyone from backcountry know if there will...

      Anyone from backcountry know if there will be black/black in medium anytime soon?

      Thanks

      I love this shirt please tell me you are...

      I love this shirt please tell me you are going to have solid colors next year. I love my all black one but have worn holes in it from wearing it to much thanks for making great gear

      OK. I'm 5'10'. 150 lbs. Debating on the...

      OK. I'm 5'10'. 150 lbs. Debating on the small or medium. Looking for a comfortable winter base layer. Don't want it too skin tight but don't want the arms too long. Any advice? Thanks!

      The arms will be too long regardless of size unless you have extremely long monkey limbs. The fit is tight, as is form fitting. I'm 5'6 135lbs and the small is very very snug. You may want to go w/ a medium. My small is a somewhat skin tight. It's an okay base layer and will keep you warm but be warned, the sleeves will be looong.

      How does this compare to the Icebreaker...

      How does this compare to the Icebreaker 200, is it warmer? I know it's only a lightweight base layer but to what temps will this keep me warm. My runs are 5 - 6 miles so I'm not looking for anything too heavy but will this do for fall/winter runs as a stand alone piece.

      I hear that this runs a bit small. I'm...

      I hear that this runs a bit small. I'm 5'6 135lbs, should I get a small or a medium. I do want something fitted but not if it's going to be too tight and restrictive. I'm wearing it as a base layer so it should be some what tight but am afraid that a small may be too small.

      I'm 5'9 150lbs and I got a medium. I based it off of the chest measurement though because that's where I tend to have the most issues because of my athletic build. That said, the chest fits me perfect but the arms and the overall length of the piece are a bit too long. It also stretches quite well so I doubt it'll be restrictive if you do have a tight fit. It's very soft and the white in the white/pool combo is somewhat see through.

      I'd say go with a small based on what you've shared.

      How does this handle warmer weather? I'd...

      How does this handle warmer weather? I'd like to use it even in 70 degree heat. Is it going to be too hot for that or does it work well even in that kind of heat?

      Best Answer

      Not to be contrary but if it's lightweight merino wool it would be completely fine in 70 degree weather as long as you're not running sprints. I've gone hiking in Phoenix in heavier weight merino than this and had the temps go from upper 40's at base in the morning to upper 70's lower 80's after going up a thousand feet and found that the wool pieces regulated the heat very well. The sleeves should be stretchy enough to push up to help dump heat. If you're still concerned about it being too warm, get the quarter zip version so you can get rid of even more heat if necessary.