Discontinued. Odor resistant, lightweight and able to regulate body temperature year round, RedRam by Icebreaker's merino woolbase layer top will easily be one of your most versatile layering options for any season.
Reviewed by earth angel from Northern Illinois on Saturday, July 12, 2014
After receiving my first one from STP, I bought 2 more. Perfect weight for moderate temp summer days. Nice styling and fabric. Washes well. Long enough for women who are tall or have long torsos. Light but also thick enough fabric to be flattering and not sheer or clingy. Works well as a sleeping shirt, also. Very happy to have found these at such a GREAT price. Will buy again and again.
Reviewed by akhiker from Alaska on Wednesday, April 23, 2014
Works well as a base layer and as a standalone exercise shirt. I ordered the x-small and it fits well, just a little tight but that's how I like my base layers; I'm 5'2" 105 lbs, 25" waist. Just the tiniest bit itchy but that was expected since its wool, and the itchiness is not noticeable once active.
Reviewed by SkiVT from Vermont on Wednesday, April 23, 2014
I have several lightweight (150) Icebreaker & Smartwool shirts. The material on this shirt is a shade rougher than those, but not itchy for me. 4 stars because of the material, otherwise great shirt.
I'm 30 yrs old, 5'6, 150, 36B, not sure about other measurements, but I look smaller than I weigh. I usually buy M for shirts, but I got an L for this one and the fit was fine for me. Form fitting, but I expect that from a base layer. There's a bit of stretch to it so it doesn't feel tight to me. Good length, hit right at my hips, not so long to be scrunched at the bottom, not so short that my back will be exposed if I bend over.
I bike commute, alpine ski, and hike, and plan to use this shirt for all those activities. It also looks fine worn with a pair of jeans.
Reviewed by Kim the backpacker from Alamo, CA on Wednesday, April 2, 2014
I love this fabric. I bought this one, and a long sleeve one, as my baselayer for a backpackng trip. I love them both. I have worn both of these shirts nonstop since receiving them. Highly recommend owning Merino wool anything!
Reviewed by Merino Lover from Pennsylvania on Wednesday, February 19, 2014
This is a great top for both athletics and more- it is soft, stretchy, warm, light enough in warmer weather. You can wear it hiking, or under a blazer. Really, it's that nice. And because it doesn't have labels, and stamps all over the exterior no one knows you are wearing an athletic top under your blazer. I love merino wool for everything. I live in it. Get these in every colour if you can. They run a bit small, so you may want to size up. I like snug myself, although I don't like cap sleeves - these are not cap sleeves, but they aren't too long either. I just hope Icebreaker doesn't change this and make it like their own icebreaker stuff which has labels all over, and the fabric not as nice and stretchy.