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Smartwool - Merino 150 Pattern Baselayer - Men's

Smartwool Merino 150 Pattern Baselayer - Men's

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$37.98 - $48.98 Original price:$75.00
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Item #SWL00QL

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Tech Specs

Material:
87% merino wool, 13% nylon
Insulation Weight:
lightweight
Fit:
slim
Style:
crew
Claimed Weight:
4.7oz
Recommended Use:
skiing, snowboarding, hiking, running, training
Manufacturer Warranty:
2 years

Merino 150 Pattern Baselayer

Perfect for throwing on under a technical fleece on those deep pow days when you know you're gonna be working up a sweat, the Smartwool Merino 150 Pattern Baselayer is a versatile piece that carries all the natural benefits of Merino wool, with nylon blended in for added durability. It's still mostly Merino though, which means it wicks moisture, naturally fights odor, and gives you soft comfort next to skin, with a raglan sleeve design for an easier range of motion and flatlock seams to fight chafing, so you can keep moving through steep trees all day.

  • This versatile baselayer layers easily for wicking comfort
  • Durable merino blend wicks moisture for dry and breathable warmth
  • Naturally odor-fighting for prolonged freshness
  • Raglan sleeves allow for greater range of motion
  • Flatlock seams help prevent chafing
  • Short-sleeve design provides all-season versatility

Favorite shirt, extremely delicate

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

I own 3 of these. I love these shirts so much that I'm still wearing them despite being full of holes.

When it was new, I would just wear this like a normal shirt around town. I've also used it on multi-day hikes, biking, and all sorts of adventures. It washes easy (I wash on cold and hang to dry) and doesn't smell even after 5 days of sweating in it. Also packs nice and small and seems to keep me cool in the summer and warm in the winter.

The downside? I find it incredibly delicate, especially for the cost. All of them have developed holes from the various rub points on my bags or catching them on branches or getting sat on by my cat. Still a great shirt, but it means I can't wear it around as much as I used to and so I pretty much exclusively use them for hiking/biking and other sports-like activities where presentation matters less.

Additional recommendation: I'd store them in zip-lock bags with plenty of cedar. Being Merino, an additional way you can get holes is from moths, which a friend of mine discovered the hard way.

Fit & Features

    Learn more about the fit, features, and benefits of Smartwool Merino 150. #gofarfeelgood

    Deal or no deal.

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

    Let me start off in saying that this shirt does everything it promises to do, and exceeded my expectations. The odor elimination has done exceptionally well as I have ran in this shirt and if I was in a pinch I would feel just fine wearing this afterwards without the worry of smelling terrible. Also it does not chafe the nipples or around the armpits on longer runs and hikes or cause irritation like some other brands and fabrics might.

    Comfort- 8.5/10 it is comfortable for lounging and running however softer shirts are available. Not a pivotal point in the buying process, but it isn't "plush" feeling.
    Cost- 4/10 I bought this shirt for $52 and still feel like it was a little expensive, I would in no way recommend this shirt for $75. At that price they put themselves into a category that this shirt struggles to compete in.
    Practicality- 9/10 This can be worn as an under-layer or just a regular shirt with no problems.
    Durability-10/10 Have only had it for a somewhat short time but if it's like any other Smartwool product this is built to last.
    Value- 6-8/10 6/10 if you get it at full retail and 8/10 if you get it on a decent deal. This isn't an inherently bad shirt just overpriced in my opinion.

    Conclusion- This shirt is what it is advertised to be and absolutely fulfilled my expectation just like every other Smartwool product does. I can only recommend this if you get a deal on it as I feel full retail is just simply too much.

    Versatile Baselayer

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
    • Fit: Runs large

    I use both the long sleeve and short sleeve depending on the needs. Just versatile baselayer.

    Fit & Features

      Learn more about the fit, features, and benefits of Smartwool Merino 150 Men's Apparel. #gofarfeelgood

      Smartwool

      Men's Apparel
       SMLXLXXL
      Chest

      36 - 38in

      (91.5 - 96.5cm)

      39 - 41in

      (99 - 104cm)

      42 - 44in

      (106.5 - 112cm)

      45 - 48in

      (114.5 - 122cm)

      49 - 51in

      (124.5 - 129.5cm)

      Waist

      29 - 31in

      (73.5 - 78.5cm)

      32 - 34in

      (81.5 - 86.5cm)

      35 - 37in

      (89 - 94cm)

      38 - 40in

      (96.5 - 101.5cm)

      41 - 44in

      (104 - 112cm)

      Hip

      36 - 38in

      (89 - 96.5cm)

      39 - 41in

      (99 - 104cm)

      42 - 44in

      (106.5 - 112cm)

      45 - 48in

      (114.5 - 122cm)

      49 - 51in

      (124.5 - 129.5cm)

      Arm Length

      31 - 32in

      (78.5 - 81.5cm)

      32 - 33in

      (81.5 - 84cm)

      33 - 34in

      (84 - 86.5cm)

      34 - 35in

      (86.5 - 89cm)

      35 - 36in

      (89 - 91.5cm)

      Inseam

      30 - 31in

      (76 - 78.5cm)

      31 - 32in

      (78.5 - 81.5cm)

      32 - 33in

      (81.5 - 84cm)

      33 - 34in

      (84 - 86.5cm)

      34 - 35in

      (86.5 - 89cm)

      How to Measure:
      For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
      Chest:
      Measure under your arms, around fullest part of chest and back circumference.
      Waist:
      Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
      Hip:
      Stand with feet together and measure around the fullest part of the hip.
      Arm Length:
      With elbow bent slightly, measure from center back of neck, across top of shoulder, to elbow and down to wrist bone.
      Inseam:
      Measure along inside leg from crotch to ankle bone. Or using pants that fit well, measure the crotch seam to the bottom of the leg.