Since we don''t get a second chance to make a first impression, be sure to look with the times and presentable. The company you can depend on is Dakine, with there lightweight badlands v-neck dark olive pullover. First of all the colors can go with jeans or shorts and will look great. The fancy artwork with the logo on the sleeve shows that fashion is important to you. Made with soft to the skin materials you will be able to this around town or lounging around at the house.
I wore this as my only layer under my jacket in sub-20s weather and I was warm as can be. The fabric texture is super soft and comfortable and the underarm vents work great to help those pits breathe, while keeping everything else warm and cozy. Definitely recommend this, especially since it is pretty cheap on sale
If there is one of these left in your size - press the add to cart button now. Light weight, but an extremely great at keeping your warm. One of the best first layers I have picked up and worn. The graphic on the sleeve is great.
The lightweight fabric has plenty of ability to breathe and makes riding comfortable all day.
I used this in warm and cold days and found it worked for both - secret is having the right jacket.
Stylish enough as well to wear confidently at the bar after
I found this to be more like a mid layer or long sleeve shirt for wearing on cool days than a base layer. The fit on this is not tight, nor do i believe it is designed to be.
In my opinion, this looks very stylish and is a good long sleeve shirt to wear around. It's warmer than most long sleeve shirts, and it's far better looking than any thermal i've seen. It's part way between a thermal and a normal shirt.
Good thermal and unlike the Dakine midweight ridge, it doesn't fit you like underarmour gear. It doesn't have the more stretchy material and armpit vents. This is cool if you don't like tight fitting gear, but are looking for a more relaxed chill fit with good wicking
bought this at 70% off. Hard to beat for only like 8 bucks or something. These are not as thick / well made as the burton thermals, however they are also half the price. They have have the typical thermal weave. This is not made of dry-wicking material like underarmour / burton thermal
I just picked this up last week and I've been wearing it under my rain coat and overall I am happy with mt decision. It is a warm under layer and green looks cool. That being said, I don't like hoe much extra material there is in the torso region. It's not ridiculous, but its more than I prefer. The sleeves are also longer sleeves so they bunch up at the wrists. I do like this shirt a lot, it's just not the best is all I'm saying
Not a bad thermal to buy for the price. If you're only riding in average temperatures as far as mountains then it's not bad but if you're looking for high quality stuff then there is much better out there