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- 100% Merino Wool
- Easy Care. Machine Wash Warm, Line Dry or Tumble Dry Low Heat
- 100% Merino Wool, 190g/m
- Naturally super soft, odor resistant, moisture wicking
- Flatlocked seams and backpack-friendly raglan construction
- Long cut for layering
- Improved thumbholes for better alignment, comfort and a distreet look
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Ridge Merino premium wool baselayers allow you to Get Out and Stay Out. The Ridge Merino Wool Women's Inversion Crew is fitted and flattering, so it not only functions as a perfect first layer, but looks great on its own. It's long, so it provides more coverage and stays tucked in, and also features low-profile thumbholes to keep everything where it needs to be. Now for the technical stuff: 100% super-soft, no-itch Ridge Merino wool naturally regulates temperature, insulating when it's cold and letting heat escape when it gets hot. It also wicks moisture away from your skin to prevent clamminess and naturally resists odor-causing bacteria without the use of chemicals. (No stink = less washing.) An added benefit? 50+UPF sun protection. In short, the Ridge Merino Wool Inversion Crew will keep you comfortable - no matter what Mother Nature throws your way. Optimized for winter sports or any activity that involves working or playing outside in cool weather: skiing, snowboarding, hiking, climbing, fishing, hunting, camping, (insert your activity here). Remember, there's no such thing as bad weather, only inappropriate clothing.
- Product Dimensions: 13 x 12 x 0.4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 6.4 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00RL0DUX6
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 30, 2014
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
I ended up returning the top because the fit was just AWFUL. I'm 5'5", maybe 5'6" on a good day first thing in the morning when my spine is feeling extra straight, which is a very average height for US women (look it up), and I'm a size zero, so I ordered the XS size for both the top and bottom. When I put the top on, I thought I was wearing a "husky" CHILD'S maternity top. Here why: the sleeves ended about two inches above my wrist on my arm. Which is ridiculous because as a top with thumb holes, these sleeves should be ending past where the thumb begins for someone of an average height. Ridge Merino doesn't sell children's clothing, so this is an obvious design flaw for the XS size. I've also noticed this to be a trend of cheap brands - design their smaller (non-petite) sizes for people who are petite (shorter than average).
This is a base layer, so while I won't knock Ridge Merino too much for their top and bottoms being too thin in terms of the material, I will knock them for making the top baggy. Really baggy, particularly in the stomach area. Like WTF is going on, did I accidentally buy a maternity top baggy. And I'm the opposite of a pear shape: the dreaded apple shape. So whatever "curves" I have on my body go to my stomach area. Despite this fact, the top still was awkwardly baggy in that area. This might be ok for those that don't play on layering it and wearing it alone, but THIS IS A BASE LAYER and a base layer should be fitted. A base layer doesn't have to necessarily be tight, but a base layer should not make you feel like you accidentally purchase a maternity top.
The bottoms weren't baggy with the exception of the butt area which was a little baggy, but I have the butt of a 7 year old boy so I can't be too mad about that. The fact that they weren't baggy and the fact that they were cheap are the only reasons I decided to keep the bottoms.