Unisex Wool Thermo T-Shirt Base Layer with Inlay

(18 customer reviews)

$84.95

80/20% Merino wool/polyester mesh t-shirt with shoulder inlay for added comfort while carrying a pack. This is a versatile base layer for most outdoor activities and daily wear. Unisex sizes: XS – XXXL. Color: black.

Technical specifications:

Merino wool 80% Polyamide 20%
Weight: 110 g
Material Weight: 125 g / m2
Micron: 17.5

SKU: 10150205 Category: Tags: ,
GTIN: 10150205
Brand: Brynje

Description

The Wool Thermo (WT) mesh collection is made with Schoeller® 80% Merino wool and 20% polyester yarn providing excellent warmth when damp and superior odor attenuation. Brynje’s classic 3/8″ open weave design provides 4 to 6 times the insulation value of any solid knit by weight. The mesh design also allows moisture to transport to the outer layers in vapor form thus keeping you dry during periods of high activity.

Brynje’s WT Merino wool blend is very soft against the skin and has greater strength and durability than 100% Merino wool yarns. In addition, Merino wool’s great odor management properties means more uses between washings which protects both the garment and the environment. These garments are a great choice for virtually all conditions and activities.

Additional information

Color

Black

Size

XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL

18 reviews for Unisex Wool Thermo T-Shirt Base Layer with Inlay

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  1. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Amazing!

  2. Christopher (verified owner)

    Liking this so far, a little scratchy at first but after one (hand) wash and a few wearings that is going away. I am a 5 foot 10 inch male, who is reasonable fit and ~170 lbs. I got the small size and the fit is snug but still OK, a tiny bit more room and it would be perfect. I did not try the medium for comparison.

  3. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Works exactly as advertised, and is best for colder conditions.

  4. Petr Hejny (verified owner)

    Very nice against the skin. Will use the merino for longer adventures.

  5. Anonymous (verified owner)

    Worked better than a full merino t-shirt or long sleeve shirt to keep me warm and more importantly dry when taking long hikes in cool to sub freezing temps when used as a base layer. Choose the t-shirt over a long sleeve as I prefer less layers on my arms when I am going to be active. Just found for myself that I get better thermal management when I use a vest as say my third layer when temps are just about freezing.

  6. Glenn (verified owner)

    I’ve now hiked twice in this piece and love it. I’ll be getting the l/s version when back in stock.

  7. Steve (verified owner)

    Keep me warm and dry all day long in the snow. Such a great product!

  8. Kris G. (verified owner)

    The base layer arrived promptly and has been working well.

  9. John L. (verified owner)

    As described. Looking forward to trying it out.

  10. Lisa (verified owner)

    Great for backpacking!

  11. hyungil Kim (verified owner)

    Very Good.

  12. Michael B. (verified owner)

    For me, the wool thermo fabric feels better on the skin than the traditional Brynje thermo using polypropylene. And like all Brynje Thermo products, the added warmth is great, and the possibility of feeling sweaty is less than any fabric that isn’t an open mesh. The are not inexpensive, but after the 1st one I purchased 2 more.
    I DO machine wash these successfully, but I place the garment in a mesh “delicates” bag, then use the gentle cycle on a front-load washing machine… and definitely air dry.

  13. Ann L. (verified owner)

    my husband loves it – his last one was mostly cotton – he really likes the wool blend .

  14. Travis Boyle (verified owner)

  15. Thomas Kenney

    I love this garment in winter and summer for its wicking ability, warmth, and cooling. The extra length allows tucking it in without it pulling out of the pants. This has become my standard all-season base layer. Love it!

  16. Christoph Schmidt (verified owner)

    I still own a 20 year old, cotton, duofold Norse-Net undershirt. That shirt was worn whenever I exercised in cold weather, be it cross-country skiing or just running. Imagine my joy at learning about this wool, mesh t-shirt. It is a terrific shirt and excels over the old Norse-Net because of the merino wool. The wool is warmer than the cotton. It feels better against the skin. The top panels mean it is comfortable under backpack straps. Wool is still comfortable after absorbing sweat. My Thermo base layer is a staple of my winter clothing now, not just for athletic activities but also for leisure. It will go with me on every backpacking trip as the ideal base layer for both warmth and ventilation. I recommend it highly.

  17. William Holman

    I read about Brynje baselayers in a backcountry ski magazine. I purchased the reinforced T-shirt for downhill skiing this year. It worked very well with light layers and a shell. It moves moisture better than non-meshed fabrics and is surprisingly warm. After the trip, I carefully washed it by hand (see instructions) and bought a second T-shirt so I can use one every day on the next trip. It should work well for touring and backcountry.

  18. Al Wallace (verified owner)

    First garment of this kind and texture that I have every worn and I love it. I also like the extra long length in the waist that allows you tuck it in without it pulling out of your pants, and it provides a little more warmth to your torso if you use as sleeping shirt. I wore this recently on winter backpacking trip in Utah (25 degrees and 15 knot winds) as the base layer, under polypropylene shirt, and fleece with light wind jacket. I opened underarm vents on wind jacket. After 10 mile hike, this Wool Thermo Mesh kept my body dry and warm … while wicking moisture into the poly shirt and fleece so effectively that the fleece was soaking wet with mesh relatively dry/damp. This is lightweight, comfortable and soft against my skin, and very functional. I intend to make it a permanent part of my backpacking essentials. Be careful in following the washing and drying instructions as this wool will shrink or distort in a traditional washing machine or dryer.

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Brynje Size Chart

Unisex Shirt Sizing Height Waist Chest
XXS 4ft 9″ – 5ft 25″ – 27″ 32″ – 34″
XS 5ft 1″ – 5ft 3″ 27″ – 29″ 34″ – 39″
SM 5ft 4″ – 5ft 6″ 29″ – 31″ 37″ – 40″
MD 5ft 7″ – 5ft 9″ 32″ – 34″ 40″ – 42″
LG 5ft 10″ – 6ft 35″ – 38″ 42″ – 44″
XL 6ft 1″ – 6ft 3″ 39″ – 42″ 45″ – 48″
XXL 6ft 4″ – 6ft 6″ 43″ – 45″ 48″ – 50″
3XL 6ft 7″ – 6ft 9″ 46″ – 50″ 51″ – 53″
Women’s Shirt Sizing Height Waist Chest
XS 4ft 9″ – 5ft 25″ – 27″ 28″ – 32″
SM 5ft 1″ – 5ft 3″ 27″ – 29″ 33″ – 36″
MD 5ft 4″ – 5ft 6″ 29″ – 31″ 37″ – 39″
LG 5ft 7″ – 5ft 9″ 32″ – 34″ 40″ – 42″
XL 5ft 10″ – 6ft 35″ – 37″ 42″ – 44″
XXL 6ft 1″ – 6ft 3″ 38″ – 40″ 45″ – 48″
Unisex Pants Sizing Height Waist Inseam
XXS 4ft 9″ – 5ft 25″ – 27″ 27″ – 28″
XS 5ft 1″ – 5ft 3″ 27″ – 29″ 29″ – 30″
SM 5ft 4″ – 5ft 6″ 29″ – 31″ 30″ – 31″
MD 5ft 7″ – 5ft 9″ 32″ – 34″ 31″ – 33″
LG 5ft 10″ – 6ft 35″ – 38″ 33″ – 35″
XL 6ft 1″ – 6ft 3″ 39″ – 42″ 35″ – 36″
XXL 6ft 4″ – 6ft 6″ 43″ – 45″ 36″ – 37″
3XL 6ft 7″ – 6ft 9″ 46″ – 50″ 37″ – 38″
Women’s Pants Sizing Height Waist Inseam
XS 4ft 9″ – 5ft 25″ – 27″ 27″ – 28″
SM 5ft 1″ – 5ft 3″ 27″ – 29″ 29″ – 30″
MD 5ft 4″ – 5ft 6″ 29″ – 31″ 30″ – 31″
LG 5ft 7″ – 5ft 9″ 32″ – 34″ 31″ – 33″
XL 5ft 10″ – 6ft 35″ – 37″ 33″ – 35″
XXL 6ft 1″ – 6ft 3″ 38″ – 40″ 36″ – 37″
Hat Sizing Circumference Actual Hat Size
Small/Medium 21 1/8″ – 22 1/4″ 6 3/4 – 7 1/8
Large/Extra-Large 22 5/8″ – 23 7/8″ 7 1/4 – 7 5/8
Glove/Mitten Sizing Circumference of Palm
SM 6.5″ – 7.5″
MD 8″ – 8.5″
LG 9″ – 10″

 

All sizes are averages and approximate. Your size may vary depending based on your body shape and the model.

Mesh base layers are generally quite stretchy in all directions and are cut long. As the girth increases the length will decrease

Generally the Women’s sizes will be one size smaller than Unisex. I.E. a Unisex SM is equivalent to a Women’s MD.

Laundry Instructions

Wool is a natural fiber which does not to be laundered regularly. A global wardrobe survey in 2015 by AC Nielsen confirmed that wool garments have a longer life than cotton – as much as 50% longer. Merino wool can be worn multiple time between washings which will prolong the garment life and protect the environment. The synthetic fibers like Schoeller® Polycolon can be machine washed and hung to dry.

Hand wash or machine wash on gentle cycle with cool water (not to exceed 85°F).

Line dry. Do not tumble dry.

Do not use bleach.

Do not use fabric softener.

Do not dry clean.

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