Closeouts. SmartWool's Microweight T-Shirt is perfect as a baselayer in cool weather and ideal as a stand-alone piece in the heat thanks to its superfine, itch-free merino wool construction and chafe-free flatlock seams.
Reviewed by The Merino Marauder from Brooklyn on Monday, February 24, 2014
I'm 6'4" 180 lbs. The large fits great. It has nice length. It's not baggy, but it does not fit tight as it does on the model picture. If you have a thicker build, it might, but because it's 100% merino and no lycra stretch, it probably won't fit tight on anyone as long as you get the right size.
Beware: Be careful hanging the shirt by its loop tag. I'm wearing it right now after having it hung up on a hook this way for months The back of the shirt is bunched up now because of having it hung up this way. I'm assuming a wash will fix it, but take note. At first I loved having the loop to hang, but don't leave it this way over the winter as I did.
Reviewed by Finn from Tennessee on Monday, March 25, 2013
Cannot speak to durability yet since it is only a few weeks old but the wool material is amazing and regulating temps while keeping odor in check. Compared to synthetics, the wool can be worn for multiple days (ie..backcountry camping..etc) without growing too unpleasant. A quick rinse in a stream and the shirt is good as new the next day.
Reviewed by Al from South East PA on Sunday, February 17, 2013
I usually don't spend this much on a shirt that I'm just going to sweat in, but the merino wool shirts by SmartWool (and IceBreaker) are worth the expense. I can stink up a shirt with the best of them, and these products do a great job of keeping me from smelling like a caveman after a few days on the trail.