We brought some new color to the classic Woolies 150 Crew for the new season, but left the amazing performance unbothered. Our original Woolies long sleeve layer, the Woolies 150 Crew has done duty on high alpine expeditions, World Cup ski races, fat biking marathons and adventures less extreme (but no less deserving of natural fiber warmth.)
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Lightweight Merino rib-knit baselayer top
Fit: Form Fit
18.5 Micron 150g/m2 Length from top of shoulder=28 3/4" (size L) Flatlock seams Raglan sleeves Wide cuff detail Garment Weight (oz): 6.4
The 18.5 superfine wool yarn offers a warm, close-to-the-body fit that moves with you and keeps its shape. This award-winning, guide-approved ribbed fabric feels luxurious yet holds up in most rigorous conditions. The rib construction provides space for air permeability contributing to superior performance and excellent stretch and recovery. Naturally odor resistant, or "no stink" is a huge bonus. First layer on, last off, you'll be so comfortable you'll forget you are wearing anything! Machine washable. 100% Merino Wool
Fiber Source: New ZealandWhere the fibers of this fabric are sourced.
Fabric Source: New ZealandWhere the fibers are knit or woven into this fabric.
Garment Source:CanadaWhere the fabric is assembled into this garment.
I Love this shirt. it is what i have been looking for, for a ling time. It is thin but keep me warm. It is very Comfortable. i like it so much i got 4 of them.I have been looking for a long sleeve shirt that stays on in inventions and also keep me warm but not too warm so i can where it the whole time. This fits the bill like a champ. Thanks Ibex, you rock!!!
got this for my husband, who tends to like looser shirts. got a L (he usually wears M), and it's perfect. he also won't stop wearing it. not itchy, perfectly warm (he's a human furnace), and great under t-shirts. just ordered him another one so i can at least wash the first one!
This Rules. No Stink. This shirt is form fitting- it is true to size with that in mind. It is, however, not restrictive and moves well with you. Good temperature regulation and is thin enough to wick moisture and dry quickly. I cross country ski with this and wearing only this feel warm and dry while ice crystals from wicked perspiration form on its fringes. Great base layer for more sedentary
I bought these for gifts for my (grown) children. They are now converted to wool layers. (I have been for two years) They are so soft and comfortable and keeps you so warm. They won't take them off. I wish we had found these long ago.
This is THE shirt that turned me onto wool clothing for all my outdoor activities. The best baselayer that I've ever used and in turn has turned me into a huge Ibex fan. This keeps me warm when cycling in weather that my heavyweight polypro layers could not and if I ended up sweating from too many layers or a climb that I'd hit I'd stay nice and warm on the way down. It also has a unique feel t
I just got back from a week in Southern Utah. The daytime temps ranged from 73 to 99. Nights went down from 40 to 50. I wore my Woolies Crew almost the entire time. It was warm when the night rolled in, and kept the sun from burning my skin during the day. It's a great piece!!!
This is a great product! I wore a Woolies as a base layer for the first leg of the City to Shore MS 150. The temperature ranged from the low 60's to the mid 70's, with high humidity, rain and sunshine. I had never worn a wool product for cycling and was skeptical of wearing the Woolies for such a long ride. All I can say is it performed remarkably. It kept me warm in the morning and cool once
The perfect baselayer. It doesn't get any better in terms of comfort and temperature regulation during high octane activities such as backcountry skiing. I wish I owned a pair of woolies earlier. They really make me want to throw away my other non-Ibex long johns.
I am 6 foot 2 inches 170 pounds and the large is perfect. I have a few of these tops in black and use them for work. I can usually get at least a few days out of each one before they start to smell (my work is fairly active). They are a touch on the tight side to be worn by themselves, but in black it seem to be okay. The grey color is my favorite but looks a bit like a "muscle shirt" as it is
The garment is incredibly light, so thin you can see light through it easily, but somehow adds a very noticeable, and very comfortable, sensation of warmth that is far out of proportion to what I would expect. Love wearing it....
I needed something to keep me warm while I ran in the mornings in the winter. The Woolie 150 Crew fit the bill perfectly. It isn't bulky and I was able to wear a couple of layers on top and still had ease of movement. I liked it so much, that I bought some for my husband who also runs. Keep up the good work.
Pretty amazing. I started commuting by bike to and from work this year, 1 hour each way. As soon as the temperature dipped below 60 (in September), I started wearing the long sleeve woolie (as a base layer under my jersey). It was convienient, as I was able to skip arm warmers. As the temp dropped, I varied my outer layer, then below 35, I added a short sleeve woolie under the long sleeve one.
I've tried many of the other brands and find Ibex to be the best in quality when it comes to base layers. The cuffs, hem, and collar retain their shape where others will curl or deform even when dried flat. I try to line dry all my wool.
I own three woolies long sleeve and two short-sleeve shirts, and they are by far my favorite go-to cold weather underwear. The wool is so soft and comfy, I haven't worn synthetics while skiing in years. The woolies are very lightweight but also quite warm for their weight, making them superb first layers for skiing.
This is the first piece of Ibex clothing I owned (it was given as a gift), and it is the best piece of clothing I own. I use it for cross-country ski racing and training, biking, and running. It is also a great piece of casual wear - fits snug - so you need to like the look - or wear it under a tee-shirt, button down etc.
I have used this extensively when traveling in cold climates - wearing it
On a good day my office is maybe 65 degrees; I can't tell you how many times I've left at the end of the day just chilled to the bone. Not any more! Woolies are an extremely comfortable and very attractive underlayer that keeps me comfortable throughout the day; never too much, never any sense of constriction. Perfect fit, perfect function.
Have bought a few of these for my husband. He normally wears a size medium, but needs a large Woolies. Otherwise, it is a superb garment---soft, warm, comfortable. He wears them for bike commuting, cross-country skiing, hiking, and just for general warmth when the house is cold.
Better buy two. Why? Because you won't be able to take it off long enough to wash it, it's that comfy and practical and well constructed. Believe me, I've been trying to find fault with it: a tear, a slipped stitch, gasp, pilling. But after nearly constant use for three months and I don't exaggerate when I say constant use, it's performed flawlessly. As far as sizing goes, I'm 6 feet and about 15
I use this as a first layer under a long sleeve wool jersey down to 28F, with a wind vest, below that I go to a heavier first layer. I like the lightness and the fact that it never seems to be heavy with perspiration. I use the sleeveless version with a short sleeve wool jersey and IBEX arm warmers, this way I can shed the arm warmers when the temperature rises. Suffice it to say that for a Rando
Merino Wool by Ibex is the best base layer money can buy
I gave this garment 5 stars. No other synthetic fiber can equal the quality and performance of the ibex Woolies. I have at least 5 of them in varying weights and all of them perform well above expectation. Nothing matches Merino wool from ibex.
I use it for Sunday football watching, soft, comfortable and looks good. But it also holds up well on bike rides, hiking through the smokies (last weekend) and football in the yard.
It's a great shirt. Lightweight but warm, wicks moisture well so you don't feel steamy after your done. It's a base layer so don't freak out when you get it...don't freak out about it being thin.....it's wool, it's
The Woolies 150 Crew shirt is the only foundation shirt I wear in the winter, except when it is really cold, then I wear a half-zip. The woolies are not only warm but also comfortable and stylish when worn under a shirt-over. I not only recommend the Woolies 150 to friends but I also buy them as gifts at Christmas
I am ordering 4 more now that I have tried these. I used to wear cotton long underwear which is binding and tight on me-- they also shrink. These are much more light-weight and, yet, warm. I have washed them several times and they, of course, do not shrink and stay true-to-size.