For the mind-numbingly cold days.
Minus 33's Men's Yukon Expedition Crew Top is built for mind-numbingly cold days. With its heavyweight 400 g/m² merino wool, you can throw this on as a baselayer and explore the Yukon, or wear it on extra cold days on the slopes.
- Merino wool
- Naturally antimicrobial
- Athletic fit
- Long-sleeve crew
- Flatlock seams
- Machine washable
- Item #MNU000L
- Q & A
Short sleeves and length
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
- Fit: Runs small
- Size Bought: M
- Height: 5'8"
- Weight: 155lbs
I'm 5'8" 155lbs and both the sleeves and length are too short. The fit in the body was right for a base-layer, but the front length is cut shorter than the rear. This looked alright when standing straight (body length, not sleeve length), but it didn't allow for much movement without ridding up, and you couldn't lift your arms without showing your belly or pulling the shirt out of pants when tucked.
On the positive side, I liked the heavy weight of the material and the stitching was good. If I had a large on hand, I'd probably keep it even though I'm between a small to medium.
Overall, I couldn't even wear this top casually because of the sleeve length and I shouldn't have to order a large with a small athletic build.
ditto on the short sleeves
- Fit: Runs small
I'm 6'.5" 145 lbs with 33 sleeve length (technically) and usually wear small (e.g., arcteryx). This small was snug in the body as a base layer should fit and the sleeves were too short. The underarms also don't flex with you (i.e., the sleeves rise when raising your arm). I may wear it with a layer that has thumbholes to compensate. Otherwise, it has a nice feel.
Warm - but incredibly short sleeves
If you're shaped like a barrel, then this may be the shirt for you. I'm 6'3" 210lbs. The XL was kind of big in the body and neck and extremely short on my arms. Felt about as warm as the Under Armour 4.0.
Yukon Expedition Crew
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