News and Reviews

Highly recommended says Section Hiker!

Section Hiker – Hiking and Backpacking for Beginners and Experts – reviewed our Wool Thermo Baselayers. And how did they rate them? EXCELLENT! See the review here: http://sectionhiker.com/brynje-wool-thermo-base-layers-review/  

Kept me toasty warm!

See what Snowgrrl has to say about the Brynje Lady Wool Thermo Mesh top! snowgrrl.com/brynje-lady-top-review/

It’s a shirt worth checking out, says Forbes Magazine

Forbes Magazine reviewed our Unisex Wool Thermal long sleeve shirt, noting “it’s a shirt worth checking out.” See the online review at: https://www.forbes.com/sites/everettpotter/2017/12/10/travel-clothing-for-guys-on-the-go/#7f03ea7241a6 Brynje WT The idea behind the Wool Thermo Mesh Collection from Brynje is pretty straightforward even though the garment has an unusual look. The WT shirt is made with Brynje’s classic knitted…
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Happy with my Brynje!

I’ve worn my Brnyje for two field trainings (I was mostly standing around) under a fleece layer and my Carhartt and it kept me comfortable, not too hot which was another worry. My only minor complaint is the torso length with the XS (based on my measurements) but I have kind of a long torso…
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Amazing Product!

Amazing Product! I got the t-shirt top this past week and had a chance to try it in a snowshoe race. I wore a Nordic zippered jacket over and nothing else. It was probably 15 degrees at the start. At the finish my bottom layers were soaked from the snow kicking up and I had…
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As an avid cyclist…

I love the tank! It’s a great fit under a jersey and comfortable as well. I’ve worn mesh base layers for many years and I’m glad to finally have one made of wool. Aaron Turner Service Manager Ascent Cycles www.ascentcycles.com

The Base Layer I’ve Been Looking For!

I hike, hunt, and snowshoe quite a bit, and, as we all do, tend to have short hard climbs, where we sweat, then cool, then sweat, then cool. I find myself always changing out from outer layer to base layer, trying to cool-down as needed, before sweating, and, without the hassle of stopping and changing…
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Dr. Andrew Peacock wearing his Brynje base layer

Why I Wear Brynje – Adventure Travel Photographer

As a photographer of some of the most beautiful and remote places in the world, I need to be prepared for all kinds of weather. So in May of 2017, while working on Denali as a voluntary medical ranger with the National Park Service, I was very thankful to be wearing my Brynje baselayer! I…
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