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SuYin Khoo

We love our Icebreaker in this household! The best thing is how it doesn't get smelly even if you don't wash it for a long time

twofeetofsnow

1 - Depends on who is wearing it

2 - Depends on whether-or-not it's wet!

look good naked

This was really an impressive T shirt, definitely check it out, I just love this one, I think that it's longer length provides added coverage.

IanF

I'm a huge fan of Merino wool, I have several long-sleeved t-shirts made from it and I wear them often.

Recently I've discovered bamboo base-layers too. They have similar smell-resistant properties, they're similarly comfortable and bamboo is a very sustainable resource. But best of all they're considerably cheaper than Merino!

Dave C

I wear Merino wool exclusively as I travel around the world. I can't recommend such a better product for keeping you warm,cool, and stink free.

For the record, 37 days so far is how long I've worn one shirt. Dave - www.tiredofit.ca

McAngryPants

Yes. I wear merino wool tshirts (from both Icebreaker and Smartwool) as my base layer for my daily bicycle commute. warm in the winter...cool(ish) in the summer. and can wear a single shirt all week and not stink! yeah!!

Icebreaker stores often have 50% off sales. I grab whatever ugly tshirt I can find in my size and wear crap out of them. My latest use is I use a long sleeve , loose fitting shirt as the top of PJ's.

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