Men's Merino Wool Blend Base Layer

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Color | GREY

Size | S

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Everyday Essential.

A lightweight Merino wool blend made to deliver all the benefits of this natural fiber in a stylish, traditional, and multi-functional base layer.

Features + Benefits
  • A cool/cold-weather cycling base layer
  • Merino wool with synthetics for stretch and durability
  • Manages moisture and resists odor while insulating
  • Stays warm even in the presence of moisture
  • Made In Italy
Designed to fit close and contour perfectly to the body to deliver all the built-in benefits.
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Merino Wool Blend This base layer begins with the Mimosa fabric, a blend of Merino wool, nylon and spandex. With Merino wool being the biggest component, this natural fiber delivers the unique qualities that no other material can duplicate; highly breathable and moisture moving with superior insulation properties, even when wet. Wools ability to trap countless tiny pockets of air in order to create a microclimate of warmth is unique and the synthetic fibers help to keep the fabric soft and to maintain a contemporary fit. Giordana Merino Wool Blend Base layers are available in both long and short sleeve variations. They are constructed from four panels to contour to the body comfortably under jerseys and jackets, the small bit of spandex in the base layers mix helps create a more form-fitting garment allowing the benefits of the Merino wool to be fully realized.
Material + Care
  • Variant: GREY / S
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Scott N.
United States United States

Short Sleeve Merino Base Layer

This is a great product for spring and fall riding. It provides warmth even when wet, which happens fairly often with me with high intensity efforts. It can be a little scratchy at first, but it doesn't seem to bother me after I get used to it.