I hate the cold. I hate cold feet. I hate cold everything. I'm a mailman. I've worn these four days in a row before washing with no stink/funk. I've worn them in the rain. I've worn them in the heat. Perfection in sock form, people. You will not regret spending the ~$14-20 on these.
Best thing since sliced bread!
It was important to me that: 1.) the fabric didn't weigh me down, 2.) it did not restrict range of motion to my arms and trunk, 3.) it did a great job wicking sweat and had good anti-odor properties, 4.) it had the right fit (I bought XL, I'm 215 lbs 5'11" tall, Waist Size 36"-38"), 5.) it was compact and light and didn't occupy too much space in my travel bag, 6.) and most importantly, it kept me warm in 0-10 degrees weather and not too hot on a 40 degree day.
I couldn’t have managed my Arctic trip without it.
I recently took a trip to Gambell, a small Native village on St. Lawrence Island in the middle of the Bering Sea. It was COLD. I wore this Balaclava under my hat, drawing it up over my mouth and nose when the wind was blowing.
Beautiful, comfortable, functional top!
Oh my, I have found perfection in a merino wool top! I purchased this to wear while bicycling through southern Florida in January. It ended up being my favorite top and I wore it most days. I will be buying another one this fall, as the top is attractive enough to wear for casual non-sporting activities too. Beautiful, feminine fit!
I love my Minus 33 wool shirts. I started with a lightweight one (Tico) for fall hunting and now have the tall sized medium weight. I used it for ice fishing last winter. I love it, it wicks the moisture away and doesn't stick after a few hours like the synthetic fabrics. I will wear it for a whole weekend while ice fishing.
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