Reviewed by Ron from Baltimore, MD USA on Tuesday, September 7, 2010
I like the outdoors on my own time and work out there also. My warmest and favorite base layers before these were my wool-cotton blend from my days in the US Army stationed in West Germany. These are very well crafted and put synthetics to shame when it comes to the big three one needs from cold we...
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Reviewed by Genelief from traveler on Monday, January 4, 2016
soft wool, warm, great color (nice change from all black, which I usually go for). Medium weight. They fit true/snugly, so if you're used to a loose weave, more stretch, or lightweight base layers , size up.
Reviewed by Dan the Man from Seattle on Friday, December 25, 2015
Whoops, ended up in the dryer and shrank an entire size. They have some stretch so can still get them on, but my suggestion is to NOT put them in the dryer EVER! Other than that they're super nice, the middle section gives nice support to, well y'know.. and the material is soft. Good buy.
According to the Terramar brand this is considered heavyweight base layer. There is no industry standard from brand to brand. So another brand may consider it a mid-weight layer. Compared to the Smartwool line it would be considered a mid-weight.
Answered on 10/31/2012 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post
Most manufacturers do not have temperature ratings for their garments due to the number of factors that affect how warm a garment may keep you. This item is designed to be used as a layering piece. The following buying guides may offer some insight to help you dress properly for any environment.||http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/head-to-toe-guide.html|http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/layering-guide.html
Answered on 11/17/2011 12:00:00 AM by STPGearPro-Ryan from Sierra Trading Post
I find these to be warmer than cotton or polyester fleece for the weight. They are thin enough to slip easily under jeans, but thick enough to keep a warm layer of air if worn under something loose like cargo pants or snow pants. This wool stays warm whether I am dry or working up a sweat. It is FAR softer and smoother, and less restrictive than products that contain elastic, such as SmartWool.
Answered on 1/23/2012 12:00:00 AM by Midnight Rider from West Chicago, IL
They are thin, not for winter hiking or camping. Easy to layer under regular clothes. Nice for outdoor chores in the winter.
Answered on 1/31/2012 12:00:00 AM by DogMom from Minneapolis, Minnesota