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What is Shipping Pass and how will it make my life easier? SmartWool nailed it with the Merino Base Layer. For starters, the material is incredibly soft.

If you avoid wool because you find it uncomfortable, this might be the model to change your mind. It insulates well for cold-weather activities like skiing, ice climbing, and winter camping, yet regulates temps well enough to be worn on cool hikes. This shirt breathes sufficiently, especially considering its thickness, and it layers over and under other tops and jackets.

Lastly, the fit is something to get excited about. With a long drop tail in the back, it covers your bum and stays tucked in. The bottom hem doesn't ride up, and the sleeves stay in place. The weave is elastic, moving with you through all kinds of activity, and the flat seams prevent chafing.

SmartWool Merino Base Layer. Not psyched to spend a hundred bucks on a long underwear top? Welcome The North Face Warm. Simply put, it performs above average across the board and costs much less than other top models. Beyond its price, it's extremely comfortable against the skin.

If you are allergic to or can't stand the feeling of wool, this synthetic top has an itch factor of zero. The durability is also top notch. It might get a few snags, but the bomber seams haven't shown much wear at all after a year of moderate use. It will last many use-and-wash cycles. The fit could also use some fine-tuning. The neck collar is a bit loose, and the sleeves slid down our wrists when reaching overhead, although not as bad as some.

These drawbacks are not deal-breakers for the majority of cool to cold weather activity, though. The North Face Warm. For high-level activity in the cold, the Helly Hansen Lifa Stripe Crew combines performance and value better than the rest. As you heat up in the cold outdoors, a shirt that moves moisture and sweat away from your skin works best, and that's what this top does. With exceptional wicking ability from the thin, lightweight fabric, our testers especially love backcountry and cross-country skiing with this top.

Resort skiers dig it as well, as it keeps sweat away when double-poling through the flats while layering under an insulating mid-layer. The Lifa Stripe also dried out faster than any other top on this list. We also liked this top when climbing, mountain biking, and trail running in the cold. This is not a quiver-of-one type of base layer. If your activity level is low, it's not going to insulate well, and you'll be cold.

One or two uses is all you get before you need to wash out the odor, unlike most wool tops. Plus, Helly Hansen recommends avoiding the dryer although this shirt dries fast outside the dryer.

If you charge hard in cold weather, though, this is an incredible and affordable tool to have in your wardrobe. Helly Hansen Lifa Stripe Crew. The Arc'teryx Rho AR is great for those who spend long periods of time in the cold during limited levels of activity. Think long winter belays, ice fishing, and sports spectating. Its thick fabric is super soft and mega stretchy, so it looks and moves great.

The snug fit traps heat against the body, and our bare skin was never exposed. This top works as both a first layer or a mid-layer, increasing its versatility.

Unlike most long underwear tops on the market, the Rho AR has a small chest pocket for storing small items like keys, ID, or headphones. This top doesn't breathe efficiently, though, making it a poor choice for being active in the cold. Being so warm, it's easy to break into a sweat underneath, despite having a long front zipper to expel excess heat.

When wet, it takes a long time to dry too and loses most of its insulating ability. It's also expensive and pills up easily.

For hanging out in the cold, though, this model provides ideal warmth. Our favorite base layer for running is the Patagonia Capilene Midweight. It's our lead tester's top choice for trail runs from October to April. The lightweight, synthetic fabric breathes well and dries quickly. The loose fit allows for ventilation when moving, and we like using the thumb loops to increase coverage to our hands in the cold. We didn't experience any chafing on runs up to ten miles, either.

A go-to top for running, the Capilene Midweight is also well-suited for cool hikes and similar activity where a thin and durable long-sleeve layer suffices. It's also priced within a dollar of our favorite value-driven model, The North Face Warm. This is a top for mild spring and fall days, not intended to provide a lot of insulation through the winter. When climbing or riding a bike, we wished the cut was longer in the waist and sleeves, as they both rose up constantly.

If you have a tight mid-layer you like, this model might not pair nicely; we experienced bunching of fabric in the armpits under snug second layers. That said, this model is light, breathable, and ready to hit the trails with speed. Nothing stands out about the REI Merino Midweight , but maybe that's the point of a good base layer top. It gets the job done without making a scene. The stitching and fabric are quality, showing minimal signs of wear after the testing period and beyond as we continue to use this top.

We like the long drop tail for tucking it into our pants, and the extra length of the inch expels excess body heat when working hard. The fit is neither tight nor baggy, which allows for solid temperature regulation. It's on the lighter end of midweight long underwear tops, and it breathes very well.

The Oasis Icebreaker feels great next-to-skin, similar to the oh-so-soft SmartWool model. The fit is tighter than most across the chest without restricting mobility in the arms, assisted by asymmetrical gussets under the arms.

Icebreaker achieved moderate insulation while keeping the weight low. Like all merino wool products, it breathes well, too. It resisted absorbing water and dried out faster than the other wool tops.

Our biggest complaint is the fit. Raise your arms, and wrists and bare midriff up to the belly button get exposed to the elements.

This lets out a lot of heat trapped between the torso and inside of the shirt and isn't what you want in chilly weather. We also wish we could throw this top in the dryer when squeezed for time, but that's not recommended to avoid shrinkage. This is a nice top when worn under a mid-layer or shell, but not our favorite on its own due to the fit. The tasc Base Layer blends bamboo, merino wool, and lycra to form an incredibly stretchy shirt.

The flexibility and slim fit make this top feel like an additional layer of skin that was paralleled by no other model. It looks tight without feeling tight, keeps wind gusts out, and stays in place during all kinds of body movement. It's warm, too, aided by an extra-long torso, longer-than-most sleeves, and our favorite thumb loops in the pack. The least appealing aspect of this top lies in its weak durability. Following three months of moderate use, we had more loose threads, holes, and tears in this top than any other.

It was also on the itchier end of the spectrum, not as soft and cozy as the SmartWool or Icebreaker models. Compared to the other blended fabric base layer from Rab , this model took much more time to dry out, too. If mobility is your number one need, this shirt is worth it despite its drawbacks. The fabric is thick and durable. It's pretty warm and works fine as a first layer for a low-output activity like fishing or hunting from a deer stand in the cold.

It's even offered in camo, indicating its consumer target. This top fell short of our favorites list for a few reasons. The baggy fit meant that it wasn't as warm as expected for its thickness, and also detracted from its breathability. Its thick seams were more noticeable than on other tops, and it isn't flattering.

It's not a high-performance top, but more substantial torsos will benefit from the loose fit. And for the price, it's still a decent option. Minus33 Isolation Midweight Wool. If you need a base layer top to slip on underneath your jersey or team uniform, put the Under Armour Base 4. It doesn't provide a ton of warmth, but that's not the intention. It's ideal for mid to high-intensity sports where your body produces the majority of the heat you need. The tight fit allows for a jersey to easily slide over top.

This top isn't well-suited to a wide variety of applications, though. The tight fit was constricting when moving our arms, the neck squeezed too tight on some testers, and the thumb loops dug uncomfortably into our hands. It wasn't uncommon to need to adjust the sleeves or hemmed waist of this shirt. We also expect the tight fit to put extra stress on the seams, leading to durability issues down the road.

It isn't suited for the backcountry, yet for workouts in cold weather to snowy soccer games, this base layer is a fine choice.

Under Armour Base 4. The Mountain Hardwear Microchill 2. Is it a first layer? Mountain Hardwear brings their reputation for high-quality materials and construction to this top, which has bomber seams and a thick material that resisted all the abuse we put it through. It's also one of the warmest tops, due largely to its thick, soft fabric. The Microchill also comes in at a low price, which we can all appreciate.

Compared to other base layers, though, this microfleece layer fell behind. It's heavy, dries slowly, and doesn't breathe well. The soft texture of the fleece was offset by the large, embroidered logo that felt very itchy against our chests.

The thick seams over the shoulder aren't our favorite, either, when worn under a pack. It isn't a great choice as a first layer. After trying it both ways, our testers preferred to wear this top as a mid-layer. If you want a mid-layer that can also be worn occasionally next to skin, this is worth checking out, but know that it's not our top recommendation.

Mountain Hardwear Microchill 2. Safety and comfort in the outdoors become more difficult as temperatures drop or conditions get wet. Your selection of clothing for the activity at hand goes a long way to improving your ability to cope with these situations. This is where a solid layering system comes into play, and the foundation of the modern layering system is next-to-skin long underwear.

This appropriately named 'base layer' has arguably the greatest impact on your comfort during active pursuits. It is the only piece that comes in direct contact with the vast majority of your upper body skin. Small defects in design, like chafing stitches or an improper fit, become frustrating agonies during extended use. A quality base layer needs to be more than comfortable when you're active in the outdoors.

An itchy fabric might be annoying, but a product that collects moisture and doesn't keep you warm when wet is potentially life-threatening. It is for this reason that cotton has almost disappeared from technical outdoor apparel. It's a comfortable fabric but provides no insulation when saturated.

A wet and cool situation can lead to hypothermia, or worse.

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