- 37% Acrylic, 34% Polyester, 25% Rayon, 4% Spandex
- Machine Wash
- Heat retention
- Soft hand feel
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32 degrees ladies thermal heat scoop neck top warm wear
- Package Dimensions : 10.6 x 8.7 x 1.2 inches; 3.99 Ounces
- Item model number : TLF60801AZ
- Department : Womens
- Date First Available : June 1, 2016
- Manufacturer : 32Degrees Womens Thermals
- ASIN : B01GGBAEYI
- Customer Reviews:
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Top kept me surprisedly warm, I'm from Florida and bought this for a trip to Chicago with weather -5 degrees. I wore this and a top over plus a jacket & was snugly & warm.
I decided to try this one to see if it was a little heavier but still had the same properties. I'd swear I bought a different brand and regret not returning it. I bought the same size I wear in the lightweight base layer, small, (5-3, 125, size 4, 34B), and wooweee! it was tight. Second skin tight. I bought it in with to go under some light sweaters I have and it will meet it's purpose. I find it not warmer than the lightweight base layer even though it was DOUBLE the price. Honestly, even at the lower price point, I'd still give this a bad review. I have at least 12 different base layer tops ranging from lightweight to arctic. If I wanted skin tight, I'd get some UA or Nike base layers. At least they are fitted to be tight. I just look like I'm wearing a shirt that's too small because it is. Oh, and it's see through. Real base layers are not see through. This isn't the first white shirt I've had as a base layer. My other ones are fine unless I wear a dark bra. This shirt, you see it all. That's how thin it is.
Very disappointed that they are not consistent in their sizing and how overpriced this shirt is. Save your money and get the lightweight base layer.
I love 32 degree gear, and don’t understand why the high “pink tax” on women’s cuts. Men’s shirts are $10. Sometimes two for 10. Women's are $20-30.
I get men’s often for my outdoor gear. The cut isn’t as cute, but that little extra roominess is great for comfort and movement. I love how they feel.