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Isobaa Merino 150 Short Sleeve Crew

photo: Isobaa Merino 150 Short Sleeve Crew base layer top

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We're testing and reviewing Isobaa's Merino 150 Short Sleeve Crew!

A member of Trailspace's Review Corps product-testing program is currently testing the Merino 150 Short Sleeve Crew. Stay tuned for Oliver Brotherton's in-depth review of this Isobaa base layer top.

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Isobaa says:

Made from superfine 150gm Merino, this short sleeved top will soon become a staple in your wardrobe, whether you need a base layer for hiking in the mountains or a casual top for the weekend! Merino keeps you warm when it's cold and breathes well when it's warm, keeping you comfortable whatever the weather. It's also quick drying, naturally odour resistant and sustainable. 

  • 150gm 18.5 micron Superfine 100% Merino wool
  • Ideal to use as a base layer for a multitude of activities, from skiing and hiking, to cycling and running
  • Underarm gusset panels for seam free comfort
  • Flatlock stitching helps to reduce chafing
  • Off set shoulder seams to prevent rucksack straps from rubbing
  • Drop tail hem for additional coverage
  • Naturally soft, moisture wicking, odour resistant and breathable
  • Can be worn on its own, or as part of a layering system for added warmth
  • Embroidered ISOBAA sheep logo
  • ISOBAA folded hem label
  • Printed care instructions directly onto the garment, to avoid scratchy labels
  • Easy care and quick drying
  • Recycled packaging

Specs

Fabric 150gm 18.5 micron Superfine 100% Merino wool
Price £60

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