Stoic Merino Lightweight Crew Top - Women's

Can't say no to merino.

From the skin track to the resort, the Stoic Women's Merino Lightweight Crew Top offers unimpeded performance. This crew neck features a 100% merino wool construction, which touts an anti-odor constitution and provides low-profile warmth. Additionally, merino wool naturally regulates your body temperature by wicking away moisture and drying quickly. A regular fit ensures versatility and comfort, while the crew neck enables a classic feel. Layer the lightweight crew underneath your midlayer on slightly-cool-to-warm days and experience the power of lightweight wool.

  • A lightweight baselayer for aerobic activities
  • Merino wool provides low-profile warmth
  • Wool also regulates temperature and wicks away moisture
  • Crew neck offers versatility and comfort
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The prescription for a winter outing

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

Not too heavy, and Merino wool is oh so nice. This is an excellent base layer to keep you warm during winter activities, be it Snowshoeing, XC Skiing, Alpine Skiing, or even bike riding on a gold day. Fits great and brings just the right amount of warmth. Merino wool isn't too quick to small funky unlike some synthetics which is a really nice built in feature.

Lightweight and Comfy Cozy

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These shirts are great! They're lightweight (as the name of the product indicates) so they're thin and can be layered under things without being bulky. They're perfect for running around and being active in colder weather, less so for keeping you warm in really extreme conditions. As long as you stay moving, you'll likely stay comfortably warm with one of these under your standard Warm Weather Clothes. They'll tear if you really use 'em and abuse 'em but they're thin wool, so that should be expected.

If you're right on the border between sizes, I'd recommend going down a size - though I like my baselayers more snug than loose.

I recommend air-drying these rather than putting them in the dryer to avoid any chance of them shrinking.