SmartWool NTS 250 Pattern Base Layer Top - Merino Wool, Zip Neck, Long Sleeve (For Women)
About SmartWool NTS 250 Pattern Base Layer Top - Merino Wool, Zip Neck, Long Sleeve (For Women)
Closeouts. Once you've tried merino wool in your layering routine, you'll wonder how you ever survived without it! The SmartWool NTS 250 pattern base layer top puts the power of merino wool to work in a stretchy, moisture-wicking and odor-resistant fabric that feels great against the skin.
Specs about SmartWool NTS 250 Pattern Base Layer Top - Merino Wool, Zip Neck, Long Sleeve (For Women)
- Base layer weight: Midweight
- Long sleeves
- Length: 24" (based on size medium)
- Fabric: 100% merino wool
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Made in Viet Nam
- Visit our Wool Guide
- US shipments only
Smartwool Womens Size Chart
|USA Size||2||4 - 6||8 - 10||12 - 14||16|
|Bust||32 - 33||34 - 35||36 - 38||39 - 40||41 - 42|
|Waist||24 - 25||26 - 27||28 - 30||31 - 32||33 - 34|
|High Hip||31 - 32||33 - 34||35 - 36||37 - 38||39 - 40|
|Hip||35 - 36||37 - 38||39 - 40||41 - 42||43 - 44|
Note: Measurements are in inches.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
High quality as expectedVerified Buyer Reviewed by Ginny from San Diego on Friday, January 12, 2018You can't beat smartwool quality. When the price is right, their products are closet favorites.
Awesome as usual!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Ksthy from Virginia on Thursday, January 11, 2018Smart wool doing it’s smart wool thing - half zip is a nice addition to my collection.
It's called SmartWool for a reasonVerified Buyer Reviewed by Babs from Norfolk, VA on Tuesday, December 26, 2017Merino wool is great for layering and I'm a big fan of the zip neck for quick cooling. It's hard to beat Sierra Trading Post prices.
SmartWool NTS Pattern Base Layer L/SVerified Buyer Reviewed by HikerBikerRunner from Puget Sound WA on Monday, December 25, 2017Looking forward to wearing the SmartWool NTS Pattern Base Layer L/S top on snow shoe outings. The base layer top is a beautiful base layer that can be worn solo as it is a nice weight to keep warm on cold winter days around home. This top is great quality, and I will look for other SmartWool base layers.
I love Smartwool!Verified Buyer Reviewed by Globetrotting Teacher from Washington on Wednesday, December 13, 2017I bought a similar top in a different color last year and wear it so often that I regretted not buying more at the time. I bought this one and when another comes up in a different color I'll probably get that too. These are great for layering - which I do a lot of in the winter.
Nice fitVerified Buyer Reviewed by Aiya from California on Saturday, December 9, 2017My second smartwood base layer and is not going to be to be the last. Love them, they fit nicely and they are warm a
SmartWool base layerVerified Buyer Reviewed by JW from OK on Monday, December 4, 2017I knows this is a base-layer, so you want a close fit, but seems to run a bit small. I’m 5’9” / 123 lbs. with a small frame and i sent the small back and ordered a medium. Much more comfy but still a close fit. And sleeves were actually long enough for my long arms! Haven’t worn it in super cold temps yet, but that fabric definitely seems to keep you warm.
Great topVerified Buyer Reviewed by Sandy from California on Sunday, December 3, 2017I love Smartwool. Expensive, but perfect for cold weather.
All Around ComfortVerified Buyer Reviewed by Karen from Iowa on Wednesday, November 29, 2017SmartWool base layer tops keep me nicely warm, but not too warm, and has natural wicking. Attractive worn with jeans or yoga pants, whether hiking or out for a casual event. Great quality, I highly recommend.
Love these shirtsVerified Buyer Reviewed by Just Me from Maryland on Wednesday, November 22, 2017I am perpetually cold in the winter and have found that wool keeps me the warmest. I use these as shirts and usually layer with another smartwool crewneck underneath and then top with a wool sweater. These are on the thin side, but very soft. Since they are sold as a base layer, they run smaller than a regular shirt. I am 5'8" and 140 and I usually buy the large or extra large since I put another shirt underneath. The only complaint I could make about these is that they are a little longer than I would like for wearing untucked, but for tucking in, they are great.
Question & Answer
Questions about this product? Get answers from community and staff experts.
“Is this clothing good for running? Like 4/5 miles and up? And for half marathons?”
I wear mine for winter activities, not hard core sports.
It's a true sweater, not a compression shirt.
I am not a runner Alyssa so I can't say anything about that. I enjoy horse back riding and find the SmartWool base layers perfect for riding in a wide range of conditions. In the colder weather I use it as a base layer and as the day warms up can take off the outer layer and ride only in the base layer. If it gets even warmer I just unzip the neck and push up the sleeves. I have ridden on days where the temps range from 50 degrees F in the morning to 75 in the afternoon and been totally comfortable. Our rides average about 3 hours. SmartWool base layers are the best garment to wear when you sweat since they wick moisture away and are always great against your skin; never clammy.
I've used this as a single layer when it's cool outside and as a base layer when it's colder during my early morning runs and it's been fantastic. I normally run five miles a day and this really has kept me warm, dry, and comfortable. I highly recommend this shirt but keep in mind some people are sensitive to the material so I would try this on at the store first if you've never worn this brand before. Also, it will give you an idea of what size you should get based on how you want it to fit. Regarding the marathon, I think it will hold up just fine but you should be able to better gage how well it will perform after your first run.
I would think this should work fine for running.
I completely agree with Nola. I've run 5ks to half marathons in every kind of performance fabric, and this is by far my favorite shirt to run in when temps are in the mid-50s or below. My skin is very sensitive and I can't wear most wool, but these shirts are super soft. They wick moisture and insulate beautifully, yet i have yet to overheat in mine.