Information about Wickers Long Underwear Top - Midweight Comfortrel®, Long Sleeve (For Women)
2nds. Wickers' midweight long underwear top is made of Comfortrel® polyester, which pulls moisture away from your skin (wicks) and spreads it out on the surface for quick drying. Midweight top is ideal for stop-and-go activities in moderate to extreme cold or stationary activities in moderately cold temps.
Reviewed by Neenglo from NEOhio on Wednesday, April 30, 2014
I got the bright lime green. The top fits well, the arm length is perfect. I like how the soft lining feels against my skin. It laundered well too.I will wear it under a looser fitting fleece top for cooler day hikes.
Reviewed by plin from new york city on Wednesday, March 26, 2014
top performs as expected. waffle weave inside and smooth texture outside so top can be worn as outerwear and not just underwear. comfortable and warm even after a long day of wear. sleeve cuff slightly tight but that is a necessary evil to keep the cold out. perfect for this winter's below average cold temps.
Reviewed by NJcyclist from New Jersey on Monday, March 03, 2014
Shirt is definitely BRIGHT red, not the cranberry color on the website. It feels almost heavyweight, is very warm. Fits well, I'm 5'10" 130 lbs and the small fits me perfectly. The sleeves are a little short, bracelet length, but that works well under other garments.
This fits perfect for me at 5'- 135 lbs. & a 38" bust.
Answered on 1/28/2010 12:00:00 AM by Peach Farmer in AZ from Sierra Vista, AZ
The sizing is off. I ordered the medium because I usually go between a small & a medium depending on the brand. I'm a true 7 juniors & the medium fit me perfectly. The bust for the medium measures 36". The shirt weighs 6.3 ounces. Although the price is right, this is one of the problems with purchasing 2nds. No accurate sizing chart because they vary from shirt to shirt.
Answered on 2/16/2010 12:00:00 AM by Bargain Shopper from Smyrna, Delaware
I would go with the Medium. You have to be comfortable. I've ordered a Small in long underwear, and it was too constricting. I exercise in the cold weather, and I want to have my focus on the excercise, not on the clothes I'm wearing (that are too tight)
Answered on 11/8/2010 12:00:00 AM by A homemaker in Nevada ( from Gardnerville, NV
I wear between a small and medium in 'regular' clothes. I got a medium and it skims my shape but is not too tight. I wear a 36A, and have broad shoulders.
Answered on 12/26/2010 12:00:00 AM by ilovesequinsihateglitter from allovertheworld
I bought a large, which I am, and it is a close fit without being overly snug. I'd suggest if you want a looser fit to get the M.
Answered on 1/2/2011 12:00:00 AM by Cold No More from Minnesota
Based on the sad experience of buying a smaller-than-usual size in this garment after my size was sold out and then discovering the neckline was too tight, I'd recommend you get the medium. The other option might be to buy one (or in my case two) of each and then return the wrong ones, which is what I wish I'd done. (I'm not sure that's fair to our wonderful buyers, of course, but if we do it soon, maybe they can stand it.)
Answered on 1/7/2011 12:00:00 AM by Dealseeker from Nebraska
It depends on what color you get, as they all are different. I normally wear a M (10-12), have a 36 chest size, and have long arms. Two of these fit fine for me, the other one is tight.
Answered on 1/11/2011 12:00:00 AM by gypsy from AZ
I am 5'5" tall and weigh 130 lbs, my bra size is 34B and I ordered a large. The sleeves are a wee bit long, but the cuffs make it easy to fold back about 3". The body isn't form-fitting and looks about like the picture on the website. I don't like a shirt to be tight-fitting because I feel it restricts my motion. I'm a pet caregiver and need the freedom of movement.
Answered on 3/8/2011 12:00:00 AM by Darlin from Fayetteville, PA