One of the best piece of clothing I have bought for hiking, fantastic quality and s fantastic price. A must for all outdoor types.
Can wear for all types of outdoor sports
They don't have anymore in my size.
It keeps me warm when rubbing in the cold whether worn as my only top or in the event of wind or sleet under a lightweight waterproof
warm and semi windproof
the chest pocket is too small for an iPhone
Depending on purpose can be used as a base layer or sized up for a thin mid layer. I wear it as a close fitting base layer and find it very comfortable as the material is very stretchable and lightly fleece lined. Warm , breathable. Thumbs holes great idea. Useful chest pocket. Quality garment.Bought a another, Love it.
Quality, material, practical,
Great fit nice pockets looks good
I bought two of these to wear while climbing Kilimanjaro. They proved to be an excellent choice and I cannot sing enough praises. I wore one all day, and the other at night to sleep in. They are cool when it's hot, and warm when it's cold. I wore a jogging t-shirt under the daytime one and so achieved warm but highly breathable layers
It is NOT designed to be windproof - so you might want to add a softshell/fleece over the top for that.
Similar products from the big name hiking brands cost upwards of £80 - and I really can't tell the difference.
Cost, warmth, practicality, looks
Great top and fabulous value, warm, perfect for hiking or running. Love the thumb holes.
warm, useful thumb holes, good size front pocket
I like them for the price you pay are very functional warm and the 2nd one i purchased
It keeps me warm
Is it a thick base layer, or is it a thin mid layer? Well, from a size point of view, it's a base layer; slim cut and close-fitting. The body is cut long, and the extended sleeves and thumb loops cover the palm of the hand with ease. The stand collar is lined with the same material as is used under the arms, and the half-chest, reversed YKK coil zip is backed with a placket, and has a protective pocket at the chin, and a cord extender with small plastic toggle.
The cap sleeves are attached using a flat locked seam, as are the lighter-weight underarm fabric inserts. These inserts reduce underarm bulk, whilst allowing good arm raise, and somehow manage to reduce the usual synthetic fabric 'pong'; I've worn this for days at a time without smelling offensive. The shoulder seam is brought forward slightly, to reduce rubbing when worn with a pack; this could be improved even further if this seam were also flat locked, rather than overlocked.
The dual-weave fabric has a closely woven, smooth outer face, and a fluffy, gridded inner face, which is very comfortable to wear. The fluffy face wicks fairly well, but, like all thicker base layers, it can absorb and hold more sweat.
The small chest pocket is a stretch-woven patch bonded to the main fabric, with rounded corners to reduce peeling, and another reversed coil zip, with a 'zip garage' at the top. The zip is sewn into the stretch fabric. So far, it seems well bonded, but time will tell...
The profusion of labels can irritate a little, and are overlooked into the side seam, so have to be cut out, rather than unpicked.
Overall, this shirt is well designed and well made, and has a feel of quality far higher than expected from the price.
Comfortable, warm and well cut
Too many labels