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- Light weight v-neck tee designed for the daily grind without the rubbing, overheating, or bunching of cotton.
- Silky soft, ultra breathable merino wool construction with 190 gsm construction throughout, perfect for casual to moderate activities
- Naturally anti-microbial, moisture wicking, odor-resistant, and non-itching
- Designed in Seattle, manufactured in China
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Woolly Clothing Merino Foundation Wear
Designed by Nature for Outdoor Performance
- 100% Merino construction with no synthetic filler to dilute Merino's natural goodness
- Athletic fit for layering without bulk
- Odor resistant for multiple days on the move
- Lightweight and naturally wrinkle resistant
- Four season comfort; exceptional warmth to weight ratio in the cold, great wicking and breathability in the heat
- Naturally flame retardant; campfire safe
Made for Everyday Versatility
- Cuts and styles fit for the trail, office, gym, or night out
- Enjoy superior Merino comfort and performance every day, not just trail days
- Replace your cotton with Merino without breaking the bank
- Ideal for travel: multi-day wear with no stink, comfort in most climates
Simple, universal styles for all occasions. Light and Ultralight tees, polos, and henleys.
The most comfortable underwear you've ever worn. Boxer Briefs, Classic Boxers and Briefs.
Simple outer layers for extra cold weather warmth.
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- ASIN: B00KD6P0Q0
- Item model number: shirt-tee-short-vneck-parent
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 16, 2014
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The cut is slightly athletic fit - which is just perfect in my case: I'm wearing size M & L, while being 6.3ft and 202 lb.
Why only 2 stars after all the rave? The last order was placed for 2 of the shirts. Wearing them for a few months only (in rotation with my other Woolly shirts), the last 2 shirts appear to be made of different quality: BOTH of the shirts are torn at the tip of the V at the V-neck shape. :( This hasn't happen to my other Woolly shirts before.
Not sure if I would buy again.
I place the order but wasn't sure about the size, email the company and within minutes I get a reply from an actual manager! Wow, he follows up completely making sure of my needs and that the size was right. He assured me of the exchange policy and was amazingly forthright.
I get the order and being new to Merino wool (because in the past I was suckered into the whole Nike/Under Armour/Big Name marketing B.S.) I thought I would REALLY put it to the test! So I pull the shirt out of the bag put it on and went for a hike... 4 hours and very sweaty later, no smelly shirt. Thinking, well it's new, and that's not putting it to the test, not my level of test at least. Take the shirt off put it at the end of the bed and no I wasn't waiting to see if the dog or girl friend would smell it! I got up in the morning and put it right back on and off for a 16 mile hike into the mountains. Get back and straight to the restaurant, yet no body standing next to me, my friends of course, mention that I should change... I inquire, "Doesn't anyone here smell BO?" the stop smell and answer, No, Nope, Nothing and of course the "Why, did you fart?" I thought Woolly Merino Wool shirt this just might be the real deal. However, I'm still not convinced, as those new chemicals these days just might make it last and I don't like that, so onward. Again, putting the shirt at the end of the bed and another night goes by but this time no shower, morning comes and yep put the exact same shirt back on. Out again doing errands around town, cleaning the 4-Runner in the sun which takes me about 3 hours and cleaning up around the yard but nothing hard or too dirty but hot. Evening comes and guess what, no stinky shirt! Thinking, ok let put it to the real test, no shower again, back to bed and up again, at this point I STINK! So really Merino Wool... as I eye the shirt, do you really think you can over come my stinky body now, on goes the shirt and off to a hike I go with the girl friend. 7 miles hiking up and around the mountain, playing with the dog and having not showered in three days and two nights, I am disgustingly dirty and reek, I get home and can't take it... I shower! I ask the girl friend to take a whiff of the shirt and she comments, "Was that the shirt your wore today? Because it barely has any smell to it." WOW!!!
So there you have it, Woolly Merino Wool shirts are the real deal! Fashionable, functional, meaningful and providing me with the protection those "other brands" claim to have but only offer you marketing!
BUT... what about the comfort!? I was very impressed with the comfort of the shirt. The V isn't low like a undershirt and isn't tight like a regular shirt. It fit just right and offered me the movement I needed. It rare that you find a product that you look at and think, I can thought that on go for a hike, a out with the girl friend and stop by the martini bar all in the same day, in the same shirt and everyone has nothing but positive comments to make!
How about the shirt after I washed it, you wonder!? Well, I have to admit that I washed it in delicate and with woolite for the simply reason of the fact that when I find something I like, I take great care of it (Like my 4-Runner!). Post washing, I travelled up north and hiked a 14'er and camped for three days and never changed shirts and it was fine. I wash myself at the stream and with some bio wash, but didn't do anything to the shirt.
Any followups? Yeah, so I went forward with ordering two pairs of socks and five pairs of boxers from Woolly for my trip. I will post a review for each under their respective product.
Am I pleased? VERY and glad that I purchased the product. It's funny, because I leave in a week (Sept 2nd) for my 36~ days Europe trip, 20 hiking and 10 in Italy as a tourist and 4 Munich for Oktoberfest and a couple in Iceland for the Northern Lights... I gazed into my drawer being HIGHLY selective about my clothing and realizing how much have I spent on those other companies marketing hype! Save your money young ones; buy Merino Wool, support a entrepreneurial company buy Woolly and save your money to go on a trip like I am!!! Don't buy into the whole marketing scam those other companies offering, Polyester is polyester, PERIOD so changing the pattern or lies about adding chemicals are going to change the fact that it's polyester and it sucks (BUT IT REALLY REALLY CHEAP TO MAKE!!!)
Closing thoughts, Merino Wool is natural, renewable and if treated right long lasting. I'm very happy that I purchased these shirts and from this company.
Please feel free to ask me any questions! Yes, I will post some videos when I get a chance but I don't return from my trip until the second week of October (open ended on the return!).
Shirts including torn collar: 4 stars (quite an expensive undershirt).
Woolly's customer service: 1 star.
So these probably would've gotten 4 stars until I had a customer service issue. I sent an email to Woolly noting that all three shirts I'd purchased had developed a tear at the front of the neck. They requested pictures, which I provided. Several days later, they told me that the torn seam (which it wasn't, it was the fabric near the seam) was a result of me taking the shirts off by pulling up the collar rather than lifting from the bottom to protect the "delicate seam" (they actually said these words). To be clear, in my email to them, I merely asked whether this defect had been fixed through pattern changes before I bought more shirts. Now, due to their customer service snafu, I probably won't. It's quite sad, actually, because other than the torn collar, the shirts are excellent.