Information about Medima Merino Wool-Angora Underwear Shirt - Lightweight, Long Sleeve (For Men)
Closeouts. When you wear Medima's long underwear shirt, you'll never go back to simple cotton again. Super-soft angora not only has the best heat retention and wicking properties of any natural fiber, it also has the widest comfort range of any fiber, synthetic or natural.
Ultrasoft, moisture-wicking and breathable angora-wool-acrylic fabric
Reviewed by jtop from Kansas on Wednesday, November 27, 2013
I would usually wear a size L t-shirt (I'm 6' tall). After reading some reviews, I decided to buy an XL. Well, it was way too small. One reviewer wrote "go up two sizes." I'm not sure two sizes is enough! And the color is cream...not white. I returned the shirt.
Reviewed by bartali from Chicago on Thursday, November 07, 2013
I wear this undershirt from October to May. In the fall and early spring, I can be outside without a jacket or coat since this undershirt is like wearing a sweater under your clothes without the bulk. At the same time, indoors I do not overheat. It is not very itchy but if one is sensitive it probably would be itchy particularly when new. This undershirt also can be worn two or three times between washings. I highly recommend this product.
Reviewed by icqcq from SouthWest on Saturday, November 02, 2013
Straight off, this is a beautiful garment, beautiful fabric. That said, the sizing isn't US sizing, and it's not even Euro sizing... Hobbit sizing, perhaps. I wear a men's Small in everything: an IceBreaker 150 BodyFit in Small is perfect on me. I read the reviews and ordered a Medium in the Medima, but even the Medium is too small: the sleeves are 2" too short, the shoulder seams are 1" up from where they should be.
Knowing that, I'm going to order more, but I'll order up another size. Or two....
Washing fine merino wool clothing by hand is always recommended.here are special wool washing fluids that are available that utilize cold water, so if you use one of these type products, be sure to read the label first. Submerge your garment in the water and let it soak for just three to five minutes, followed by rinsing in warm water.
Answered on 3/19/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod. Spec. Ryan from Sierra Trading Post