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  1. #51
    My 'technical' gear tends to be base layers and I've found merino (mix) really good whatever the climate.
    T shirts I get from Primark, not great quality but they are, technically, t shirts

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    Merino here, dhb and Vulpine see my choices of late.

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    Thanks to everyone for all the input. Looks like merino is the way to go

    Sent from my moto g(7) plus using Tapatalk

  4. #54
    Quote Originally Posted by Rodder View Post
    That’s interesting , they do look good quality. I’ve got quite a few from howies and they’re really good value; and they’re in a sale regularly
    Ice breaker from ten years ago is not the same as ice breaker bought today

    Ask me how I know

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    These guys...? They make a carbon t-shirt

    https://www.vollebak.com/

    Super technical... and prices that make launching the space shuttle seem reasonable. ;-)

    -flugzeit

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    Quote Originally Posted by Snowdon View Post
    Ice breaker from ten years ago is not the same as ice breaker bought today

    Ask me how I know
    I would agree from experience but how do you know?

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    Icebreaker zone had Merino on arms and synthetic chest

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    That volleback stuff cost around the same ballpark as arcteryx gears

    Since I live in the tropics I don’t really need something crazy fancy...usually for wicking undergarments I go for Uniqlo (heattech for cold,airism for hot weather) as they’re relatively durable and affordable...

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