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Men's Goodthreads Merino Wool Crewneck Sweater (various colors) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Men's Goodthreads Merino Wool Crewneck Sweater (various colors) on sale for $19.20. Shipping is free with Prime or on $25+ orders.

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  • 100% Merino Wool
  • Imported
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Easy through chest and tapered through waist
  • Lightweight and exceptionally soft 100% Merino Wool
  • Crew neckline
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I got a couple of those at the same time of a banana republic sweater that was being sold for 35 and thought they are equal quality. Plenty of colors and sizes.

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They are $20. Throw them in the washer on cold and hang dry or roll them in a towel to dry. It's not a $300 cashmere sweater Smilie
These will be fine as a Mid layer, but they are most likely extremely thin compared to something like smartwool, and will most likely pill quickly.

A quality base layer will offer features like, front zipper and neck coverage which are essential, to me for temperature regulation/adjustment.

I own a couple meriwool base layers and they are better than my smartwool, and half the price at about $50. they have not pilled after many washes, and remain soft and not translucent like cheaper merino I've bought.

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This will look great for the #BacktotheOffice crowd. I usually wear a collared shirt underneath.
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Thanks. Got a $4 credit for no rush shipping.
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Any downside to buying this as a layer for outdoor activities instead of buying a Smartwool long sleeve shirt for >$100?
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Any downside to buying this as a layer for outdoor activities instead of buying a Smartwool long sleeve shirt for >$100?
These will be fine as a Mid layer, but they are most likely extremely thin compared to something like smartwool, and will most likely pill quickly.

A quality base layer will offer features like, front zipper and neck coverage which are essential, to me for temperature regulation/adjustment.

I own a couple meriwool base layers and they are better than my smartwool, and half the price at about $50. they have not pilled after many washes, and remain soft and not translucent like cheaper merino I've bought.
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dry clean only? oh boy..
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Quote from batpot :
These will be fine as a Mid layer.
Nevermind, this is different from the one I got previously.

regardless, yes great as a Mid layer...tbd as a base layer.
I AM thinking base layer Smilie. I wouldn't use Smartwool 200 or 100 shirt as a mid-layer.
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Quote from batpot :
These will be fine as a Mid layer, but they are most likely extremely thin compared to something like smartwool, and will most likely pill quickly.

A quality base layer will offer features like, front zipper and neck coverage which are essential, to me for temperature regulation/adjustment.

I own a couple of merino wool base layers and they are better than my smartwool, and half the price at about $50. they have not pilled after many washes, and remain soft and not translucent like cheaper merino I've bought.
Thanks. I also use merino and merino/acrylic layers with zippers and think they are ok as a base layer for cycling even though they are made for office. I always wondered if there's a reason to splurge on Smartwool 100 and 200-weight long-sleeve shirts for other activities or buy those $20 office sweaters and spend money elsewhere.
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dry clean only? oh boy..
They will probably wash fine with woolite and the gentle cycle. Dry flat.
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dry clean only? oh boy..
They are $20. Throw them in the washer on cold and hang dry or roll them in a towel to dry. It's not a $300 cashmere sweater Smilie
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Any downside to buying this as a layer for outdoor activities instead of buying a Smartwool long sleeve shirt for >$100?
They are wayyyy different. I have a smart wool long sleeve that has lasted several overseas trips and many camping trips.

This is a delicate fabric that needs special attention and will not stand abuse. These only make it a few holidays for me.
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dry clean only? oh boy..
That means…it's dirty.

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Rip mitch
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Link takes me to flannel pajama pants??
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