Wickers Midweight Base Layer Top - Zip Neck, Midweight, Long Sleeve (For Women)
About Wickers Midweight Base Layer Top - Zip Neck, Midweight, Long Sleeve (For Women)
Specs about Wickers Midweight Base Layer Top - Zip Neck, Midweight, Long Sleeve (For Women)
- Base layer weight: Midweight
- Long sleeves
- Closure: YKK®,Zipper
- Zip neck: 10"
- Length: 25" (based on size medium)
- Fabric: 96% polyester, 4% spandex or, 84% polyester, 16% Lycra or, 100% polyester
- Care: Machine wash/dry
- Classic Fit
- Made in United States of America
- At least 91% polyester, remainder spandex
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3.394067 5 Overall Rating: 3.4 Based on 236 reviews
Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by tru2u from Wyoming on Monday, August 11, 2014
Very happy with this shirt. It is comfortable, can be worn alone or as a layer. Not too tight. I got a size small and am 5'4 and 121 lbs.
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Susan from ny on Saturday, December 19, 2015I bought an XS, but it was too small - looks like a childrens size 10. It was on clearance, so not worth it to send back.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ronny the hiker from New England on Wednesday, November 11, 2015This shirt is great and holding in body heat but the neck is a bit tight. Great value for the clearance price.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jane the Hiker from Rochester on Monday, November 9, 2015Too small... usually size small fits but this was a strange fit. Too short in the arms and torso.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by H from MI on Monday, November 2, 2015I love this shirt -- it's very warm. It's quite stylish - I like to wear it by itself too. The material reminds me a little of polyester. It does run a little short in the sleeves though -- I normally wear a small and it fits me nicely around but I would have liked the sleeves to be an inch or two longer. I am 5'7" though so maybe the sleeves are good for a shorter person.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Laura the downhill speedster from Northern California on Monday, October 19, 2015But for the price, who could complain!
Question & Answer
“I want to know the fabric content. The Specs says 96 poly or 100 pct poly. Well, which is it? I want to know if the kiwi color has lycra or not.”
I have a white one and a blue one, the fabric content says 100% polyester, no lycra.
I have a white one and a blue one, they both have 100% polyester.
You will have to call customer service. I didn't order that color. In my experience I always get something different. Not sure why, and some of the fabric is much more appealing than others.
“What is the length of this shirt in inches? They usually print that but for this specific product they only gave the zipper length.|What is the shirt length, please? Thanks.”
“I am reading that this shirt fits small. I am a small frame person who usually wears size small or medium shirts. I am ordering a Medium but read a comment that Medium fitted someone's daughter who is a size 2 ? should I order Large? I am 5'5 1/2 and weight 125 lbs.”
These do run small, I generally wear a M but a L fit comfortably.
You'll find that the body of the shirt fits fine in a medium. It won't be tight, but will sit nicely. But you'll find the sleeves too short if you want them to be touching your wrists, especially when your arms are extended. I'm 5'4" and even with my hands by my sides the sleeves only just about reach my wrists.
I have two of these in the same, white color. I first ordered a small. I usually always wear a small in all brands and cuts of clothing. I'm 5'9" and my weight is usually 135 but due to hypothyroidism I recently gained 30 lbs in 3 weeks. While the small still fits, I only wear it as one of my first few layers as I don't find it a comfortable fit if I wear other layers under it. I tend to wear this not next to the skin, but use it more as a mid-layer. I find that the nice hefty weight of it lends itself to that use. I find the Medium to be more versatile, giving me more options of how many layers I can comfortable fit under it. (To simplify the fit, I almost always still wear a small, despite the weight gain. (I suppose I can thank the Lycra for that) but I found this shirt DOES noticeably run on the small side and am happier with the Medium, one size larger than I usually wear.
(NOTE: I also have difficulty controlling my body temperature and sit outside for hours at a time at night reading in the middle of winter (like the nut that I am)) so I wear multiple layers, never just the simple method of base layer, mid-layer and inslated coat or jacket. (No, I can never do things the simple way :-))