Base Layer Tops


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Recent Base Layer Top Reviews

Patagonia Men's Merino Air Hoody

rated 5 of 5 stars Every base layer needs a hood. I could hardly tell it was there it stretches and breathes so well. The Merino Air Hoody is easily one of the best products I have reviewed so far. I have often repeated the advice, "it's no good with no hood." Hats are okay but they get lost (kids take them) and make your head itch. Most of my jackets have hoods, my insulating layers have hoods, if I could buy socks with a hood, I'd do it. That is why I was so stoked to finally try out a base layer that features such… Full review

Icebreaker Bodyfit 260 Olympia Crewe

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Great product, warm, odor free, and no wool itch from the super fine merino. Their sizing runs on the small side, and you need to be careful of moths! I love my merino undershirts enough that I own four. I have two Icebreaker brand and two not, and the Icebreaker ones have proven more hardy that the others. I have worn this snowboarding, on fieldwork for a couple of weeks at a time, and under dressy clothes in cold climates and it does the job amiably. My biggest gripe is that their sizing runs… Full review

Icebreaker Women's 260 Midweight Tech Top

rated 5 of 5 stars Icebreaker rules! Looks great, non odor, and great temperature regulation. After discovering Icebreaker products, I tossed all of my synthetic layers. I use the 260 as a mid weight layer and keep it in my pack to toss on when stating still in moderately cool weather. Over a 150 tank and under the 320 full zip, I am good for temps down to 20°F. I love the way it resists odor and maintains insulation properties even when wet, and Icebreaker's designs always look good too! Full review

Patagonia Men's Merino 3 Midweight Hoody

rated 5 of 5 stars Encapsulating warmth, anti-stink, relatively quick drying, wicking, optional thumb loops, light weight, and recently on sale! Is that possible? One top to rule them all. Fit for me is spot on. Deep chest zip is aah-so-perfect, extra long arms, breathes and adjusts to temperature better than anything, layers perfectly, because of merino/Capilene fusion. This now has better abrasion resistance and drying time. From 55 degrees and below this is the ultimate upper body single item apparel. I now own… Full review

Woolx X704

rated 4 of 5 stars The Woolx X704 1/4 zip heavyweight merino pullover made from 100% Australian Merino Wool (400g/m2, 18.5 Micron) is impressively warm for its size (volume and weight). The attractive design and well-fitting athletic cut, combined with its excellent performance in a wide range of conditions make it an ideal mid layer for all manner of outdoor pursuits. From Woolx: A heavyweight ¼ zip pullover made from 100% Australian Merino Wool (400g/m2, 18.5 Micron). Fit/Adjustability: My measurements are a 43-inch… Full review

SmartWool Midweight Turtleneck

rated 5 of 5 stars Luxurious warmth!!!! WOW! I could just leave it at that but I will elaborate. I first bought the SmartWool NTS 250 bottoms, which I love, so when I saw this shirt on sale I couldn't resist. Although both the top and bottoms are NTS 250 the top is much thicker and sooooo soft. I like staying warm outdoors and this shirt has kept me just that! I wear it all winter and bring it along for all my hiking and camping endeavours in the summer as well. I usually sleep in it when I'm at higher elevations… Full review

First Lite Chama Hoody

rated 5 of 5 stars My First Lite merino clothing keeps me comfortable in the cold mountain mornings and when I am hiking during the warmer parts of the day. Great for layering or for sleeping in on those cold nights. Pull the hood up, cinch it down for added warmth. The Chama Hoody is a versatile top. It can be used as a base layer on those cold hikes through the woods, or as a stand-alone sweater on those days where a jacket is too much. The hood, with its cinch string, is useful in a cool environment, but you will… Full review

SmartWool Men's Microweight Crew

rated 4 of 5 stars A well-made, Merino wool baselayer that has gotten me through the insane cold of January 2014. It's a bit short in the torso for this 6'2" guy. The regular price is a bit higher than I think the product is worth. While I agree SmartWool makes good products, I also believe the price is driven by the name. For that reason, I seldom buy SW products unless I find them deeply discounted. Such was the case with the SmartWool Microweight Crew shirt, which I picked up for $36. While I am satisfied with… Full review

SmartWool Women's Midweight Crew

rated 5 of 5 stars Great wicking wool top! I've used this as a base layer this winter for daily walks in the ever changing New England weather, on runs and while cross country skiing. Would recommend this top for anyone looking to stay warm and dry while being active. I love this top! The sleeves are long enough to pull down over my fingers when cold and loose enough to fold back when I've warmed up. The length is perfect, long enough to tuck in or leave out with no gap at the waist.   I've used this as a base layer… Full review

Top-Rated Base Layer Tops

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Wickers Midweight Long Sleeve Top
ExOfficio Give-N-Go Lacy Tank
$9 - $21
Columbia Coolest Cool Sleeveless Top
$10 - $21
Patagonia Capilene 1 Silkweight T-Shirt
$10 - $35
Terramar Hot Totties Cloud Nine Scoop Neck Shirt
$12 - $19
Kenyon Polarskins Long Undewear Shirt - Lightweight
Kenyon Polarskins Long Underwear Shirt - Lightweight
ExOfficio Give-N-Go Tank Top
$14 - $29
Patagonia Capilene 1 Silkweight Tank
$14 - $17
Patagonia Capilene 1 Silkweight Sleeveless T
$14 - $29
Marmot DriClime Crew LS
Columbia Baselayer Lightweight Short Sleeve Top
Polarmax Double Base Layer Crew
$15 - $27
Patagonia Capilene 1 Silkweight Crew
$15 - $39
Mountain Hardwear Advance Lightweight Long Sleeve Crew
REI Midweight Crew Print Top
$16 - $22
Cloudveil Lightweight Crewneck Top
$16 - $35
Icebreaker Anatomica Crewe
$16 - $70
Terramar Authentic Thermal Underwear Crew
REI Midweight Quarter-Zip Top
$17 - $24
Patagonia Capilene 3 Midweight Crew
$17 - $59
Kenyon Polarskins Long Underwear Shirt - Midweight
$18 - $19
Icebreaker Sprite Racerback Tank
$18 - $32
Columbia Baselayer Midweight Mock Neck Long Sleeve
$18 - $24
Patagonia Capilene 1 Silkweight Stretch Tank
Helly Hansen HH Dry Top
$18 - $27
Carhartt Work-Dry Long-Sleeve Sub-Scrub
Marmot Lightweight Crew SS
REI Midweight Crew Heather Top
Patagonia Active Cami
EMS Midweight Base Layer Crew, L/S
Polarmax 4-Way Stretch Zip Mock T
$20 - $49
Terramar Hot Totties Cloud Nine Half Zip Shirt
L.L.Bean Wicked Warm Midweight Long Underwear, Top
L.L.Bean Wicked Warm Midweight Underwear, Top
DaKine Quick Draw Crew Top
Burton Lightweight Crew
$20 - $39
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Polarmax Tech Silk Crew
Terramar Thermolator II Half Zip
Kenyon Polarskins Long Underwear Shirt - Heavyweight
$21 - $22
REI Lightweight Polartec Power Dry MTS Long-Sleeve Crew
user rating: 4.5 of 5 (1)
Patagonia Capilene 2 Lightweight T-Shirt
$22 - $45
user rating: 5 of 5 (1)
Patagonia Capilene 2 Lightweight Crew
$22 - $49
Burton Midweight Crew
$22 - $49
REI Silk Camisole
Patagonia Capilene 1 Silkweight Graphic T-Shirt
$23 - $45
Polarmax Micro H1 Long Sleeve Crew
$23 - $29
REI Midweight Space Dye Crew Shirt
$23 - $46
Mammut Go Dry T-Shirt
$23 - $44
The North Face Light L/S Crew Neck
$23 - $44
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