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Itch not, stink not.

Toss all your synthetic base layers in the trash and opt for the funk-fighting, moisture-managing Stoic Merino 150 Crew Shirt this season. Employing 17.5-micron Merino wool from New Zealand, the Merino Crew Shirt ensures comfortable, dry days whether you're out for a mid-January dawn patrol or an autumn ride down the single track. Merino transfers moisture while your sweat is in its primary vapor form, so unlike most synthetic fabrics the Merino Crew Shirt begins to pull moisture away from your body before your shirt becomes saturated. And since wet usually means cold in the backcountry, warm Merino is the way to go. The athletically-fitted Merino Crew Shirt feels great against the skin so you can wear it during your ride and then to the pub, and your post-ride car mates will thank the powers that be for Merino's natural odor-shunning properties. A reflective logo hit on the Merino Crew's front neckline ensures a little more safety during your evening runs, and the thumbholes at the cuffs take the bunch out of layering.

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4 5

I'll buy it again

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

One of the biggest benefits of this product is the thumb holes. It does a great job keeping (the majority of) my hands warm when I'm sitting still without gloves on in low-50s temperatures.

The neck hole is a little tight but it does mean that your entire torso (and arms) are covered and kept warm. For me, the wrist section of this shirt gets the most abuse and after a couple months or so of heavy use there are a couple of small holes, but it's held up surprisingly well considering the beating that it takes.

It did an alright job keeping me warm after it got wet and it's phenomenal when it's dry. It's thin, it breathes, and it keeps you warm (for the most part).

When this shirt finally dies on me I'll buy another one.

5 5

very happy with it

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 6' 1"
    Weight: 180 lbs
    Size Purchased: large

Bought this last spring for fieldwork/hiking. The merino is odor-resistant, which is great, and very soft as well. The raglan sleeves are really nice, since I have broad shoulders, and the longer sleeve length (with the thumbholes) and longer torso mean that it actually fits!

The large fits great (my measurements are 36" bust, 31"waist, 41" hip; in case you want to compare). Snug enough to wear as a base layer, but loose enough to wear over a another layer if I want to. I plan to purchase a few more.

5 5

Need all of them

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Height: 5' 3"
    Weight: 150 lbs
    Size Purchased: large

I had to double check the tag several times to believe this was merino and not synthetic because it is SO soft. I own a SmartWool Midweight Crew and love it, but this is even softer. (and the price is great). This is a lighter baselayer than the SmartWool, which is great as the weather gets warmer, and I like the way it looks by itself. Thumb holes are on the side which makes the sleeve twist a bit, but I really only use them when putting on other layers so the sleeves don't bunch and don't find it a problem. Also, just being real here, I haven't washed this shirt yet, but I've worn it probably seven or eight times and it smells fine (I live in the north where it's been -25 for a week. Girl's gotta stay warm and I've only got the two base layers so...).

Fit- I'm short and busty and don't like things too clingy. I probably could've gone with a Medium, but am more comfortable with the large when worn by itself. Because I am short, the torso is a bit long in the large, however I like this, especially in a base layer. Don't have to worry about my back showing or getting cold when I'm moving and grooving, ya know?

Love, love love it and would like to get a few more in the future.

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4 5

Exactly what you'd expect

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

Bought this for a snowboarding trip where the forecast was below 0, kept me adequately warm in these cold conditions. Fits well (I like my baselayers tight) and keeps it's shape all day. I also wore it on a trip that ended up being warmer and it wicked away sweat nicely so I didn't feel soggy after the sun came out. The thumb holes are a bit odd and cut in to my thumbs, but that's my only complaint.

2 5

Looks good, smells terrible

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

This was such a good looking shirt. The colors were great, the fit was great, the seams and different colors were incredibly flattering. But it smells so terrible. The description makes out like this is going to solve all your BO problems but it truly reeked in less than a week during a 3 week camping trip. And the sad part is, even after washing 3 times it still smelled perpetually of mold and armpits. It had to be thrown away in less than 1 season. And it looked so good too! How disappointing.

5 5

Love Merino!

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

Merino wool makes the best baselayer. Love this shirt's warmth and feel. Not itchy at all. Great by itself (stylish too!) or as a base while enjoying really any outdoor activity. Stoic makes a good, high quality product that lasts.

5 5

Definitely a keeper

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

I bought my Merino wool several years ago for skiing and fell in love. This shirt is soft, comfy, and super warm. I bought a size small since I'm 5'7" and 115lb and very petite and it fits perfectly. I'm a one layer kind of girl so this fits the bill. It is showing a few signs of abuse, though. I have a large hole on the right sleeve right next to the thumb gaiter and the edges on the sleeves are starting to wear as well. Nothing catastrophic, just what you'd expect after countless pow days over the seasons.
Oh and my friends like it because it doesn't get nearly as stanky as my other base layers when I wear them multiple days in a row.

5 5

So warm!

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

This is my first wool base layer (my last being cotton, yes, I'm a terrible outdoors person). My first winter hike was -10 F when we left the car, and it only warmed up to about 2 degrees all day. And I was comfortable all day, with just this a wool sweatshirt and a softshell. And it was not smelly at all at the end of the day (in fact I wore it to work the next day because it was so comfortable!). The fit is excellent, I love the long arms with the thumb holes, a lot of the time I don't even wear gloves because of it. My only complaint is that it looks like an athletic shirt, because of the dual colors, but oh well.

5 5

Fantastic!

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

My daughter absolutely LOVES this shirt as a base layer for Nordic skiing or for running in cool weather. Great fit, convenient thumb holes hold the sleeves in place, nice colors. She asked for another one for her birthday! Guess what she'll be getting!?!

5 5

My Favorite lightweight layer

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

I bought this shirt as a base layer for an Alaska hiking trip. I got a medium (5'6, 130pounds) and found it a little larger than I would want for a base layer but I love it as a stand alone shirt. I lived in Hawaii when I bought it and found the shirt was light enough to wear there but heavy enough to keep me warm in a cool rain, cool night, windy day, or when sitting outside on shady morning. It is flattering, comfortable and a great color (I got the basin blue with mineral green stitching). After wearing it on our first trip I vowed I would buy more of these which is exactly what I am doing now.

3 5

It's alright

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

I got this in pink/white several years ago. Used it quite a bit - mostly for casual around-the-house wear until I lost it. No idea how, but it has disappeared. I'm not heartbroken about it, but remember it fondly, so I guess that makes this worth three stars.

5 5

Nifty Shirt!

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

Great shirt that I got on super sale! I wear them for hiking and biking.

Fit: I got the size XS and it fits me pretty well (5ft, 95lbs). The neck is a little small so I have to squeeze through it; maybe I just have a big head? There is a little stretch to the fabric. Otherwise, everything else fits well; thumbholes line up, good length, fitted throughout torso (waist 24in, hips 35in).

Appearance: I got a super deal on these so I ended up with three of them (black/coral, boysenberry/forest, jade/agave). The contrast colors give it a nice style and trim to show off natural curves. The colors are a shade darker in person.

Material: Nice breathable fabric with little stretch.

Use: They keep me warm but not sweaty at the same time. Great use so far. The thumbholes help keep my hands warm. I have been able to wear just this for fall hiking/biking in Bay Area, California weather.

5 5

so warm

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

wearing it right now. I love these warm wool shirts.

4 5

She digs it

I bought this for my niece. Here's what she had to say:"This shirt is slightly heavier then the Smartwool micro weight shirts. The fabric is soft, and is a great top layer for a run on a chilly summer morning. In the winter I am sure that I will use it as a base layer as well. I love these wool shirts to just wear around the house with jeans as well in the winter--I stay nice and warm without the bulk of a big sweater. "

5 5

Great layering piece!

I LOVE this shirt! The sleeves are long enough, the hem is long enough, it doesn't itch, it wears like iron (I've had mine over a year), and it's a lightweight yet warm first layer. I don't think the light colors work well as stand-alone shirts--too see-through--but the darker colors may be okay. All in all, a great piece for backpacking or working outdoors.

5 5

Wore it to pieces- Literally

This shirt is the best. I got mine in 2011 and literally wore it to pieces. AND since it's Stoic I then returned it got a refund and then bought another. Its so soft, doesn't ever smell and looks great. I highly recommend this shirt. I actually got a Men's M the first time around because I wasn't looking for a tight fit. This time I'm trying for the Ladies L.

5 5

Great!

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

Great baselayer, need to size up if you want it a little on the loose side. Holds up after washing and hang-drying.