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Walmart [walmart.com] has Ozark Trail Men's Thermal Baselayer Shirts or Pants for $14.99 each. Shipping is free with $35+ orders. (Women's sizes also available, but cost $25-$30 each.)

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Are these significantly better than the 32 degrees baselayers that show up on SD's?
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for price, i think costco 32heat thermals are better
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Quote from Toby16custom :
Naturally this is a simple base layer for a reasonable price.

Want to encourage folks to check out Patagonia capiliene or smartwool 200/250 base layers for more comfortable and longer term use if you in the market.
I've been eyeing some SmartWool 250 for $50, which is cheap for them, but expensive for what I normally buy.

Can you confirm how long those last? I've been seeing many reviews saying that they rip after a few washes, so not sure it's worth it or not. Is that just something that can happen with Merino wool in general? TIA!

ETA: also considering UA base layers, which I already have one set of and like, but may want to jump to wool...
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Quote from gman9 :
https://www.walmart.com/co/Buy-To.../342700881

looks like you could bundle for 20$, sizes available look similar
Looks like a good deal. Too bad no in store pick up.
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Quote from bunsbuns :
I've been eyeing some SmartWool 250 for $50, which is cheap for them, but expensive for what I normally buy.

Can you confirm how long those last? I've been seeing many reviews saying that they rip after a few washes, so not sure it's worth it or not. Is that just something that can happen with Merino wool in general? TIA!

ETA: also considering UA base layers, which I already have one set of and like, but may want to jump to wool...
Where are they selling smartwools for $50?
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Quote from bunsbuns :
I've been eyeing some SmartWool 250 for $50, which is cheap for them, but expensive for what I normally buy.

Can you confirm how long those last? I've been seeing many reviews saying that they rip after a few washes, so not sure it's worth it or not. Is that just something that can happen with Merino wool in general? TIA!

ETA: also considering UA base layers, which I already have one set of and like, but may want to jump to wool...
Yeah they last, I have yet to replace any of mine going on 3 yrs.

I have 250 bottom I got at moosejaw for $65
I have 250 top I got on eBay , new for $59

Super comfy, warm as h### (Upper Midwest hiking here)

Moisture wicking is superb and dries fairly well for me. Wash inside out and with like fabrics (sans zipper items helps!) and it will last a long time.

My buddy has Patagonia capiliene and really likes that layer, probably a little less warm but more moisture wicking.

I have a pair similar to this Walmart one and it's alright until it gets really moist and then ya start getting cold really fast.

Keep your eye on steep n cheap or eBay for smartwool 200 or 250 and it will be your favorite piece.

Preach: I'd just ask yourself: do you want to skimp on warmth when your enjoying the outdoors or working outside? Is it worth an extra $40-50? Ha
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I've worn the smart wool 250 for pretty much every day since Covid lockdown last March and I've washed it 3 times since and all 3 times due to baby spit up. The shirt is made of 100% Merino wool which has great antibacterial properties. You can wear it for many days without getting the stanky armpits.

A used smart wool from eBay is infinitely better than a $15 100% poly base layer even if it costs $40 more. Smart wool also has a great warranty - I bought mine used on eBay and it had a hole. Contacted smartwool and they sent me a free replacement.
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Thanks for the responses, all Smilie

Quote from dealsgoodman :
Where are they selling smartwools for $50?
nordstromrack [nordstromrack.com] - technically $55

They sold out of some sizes since I saw it first though LMAO

ETA: I ended up getting this one: Merino 250 for $51-$60 [evo.com]
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I've worn the smart wool 250 for pretty much every day since Covid lockdown last March and I've washed it 3 times since and all 3 times due to baby spit up.
Your opinion or those around you?
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Quote from Toby16custom :
Naturally this is a simple base layer for a reasonable price.

Want to encourage folks to check out Patagonia capiliene or smartwool 200/250 base layers for more comfortable and longer term use if you in the market.
thanks. i deliberately came to the comment section to see if there were any recommendations for higher tiered stuff as im a pretty avid winter outdoorsman. maybe i could ask you a few questions?

ive got 2 pair of high dollar base layers that are wearing out. i have a pair of stretchy ones and a pair that are more like fleece made by terramar that are "100% polyester". i prefer the stretchy ones as they are slicker and easier to wear under sweats. i typically wear the base layer, then sweats and then different shells depending on my needs.

i have no idea who made the stretchy ones, but i know they are high quality. they are older than the terramar and have the tags completely worn off.

so i guess my quesitons are... what can i look for for the stretchy ones? they remind me more of some of my boxer briefs which are spandex/polyester blends.

are there advantages to 100% poly or poly/spandex blends?

how does terramar compare to patagucci and smartwool? my budget is around $100-120 for the top and bottom combined. aka, not smartwool brand.
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