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Support TOGR with Patreon : https://www.patreon.com/TOGR Monthly Giveaways. Donator only Content. Behind the Scenes. First Looks. In the Credits! Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/theoutdoorgearreview/ Merino wool is known for its impressive qualities which make it a fantastic choice for all season camping, backpacking and hiking and it’s also known for its rather high price tag. Today Luke is reviewing the Woolly Clothing Crew Neck t-shirt; is it going to be the best Merinon Wool Shirt Ever? What about the cost? Find out now. Link : https://www.woolly.clothing/collections/mens-merino/products/190-ss-crew … Check out our web site for more information concerning everything seen on our Channel including reviews, insight into what is coming up and a chance to vote and influence our upcoming overnight adventures. http://www.theoutdoorgearreview.com/ …. Come Join Us on Facebook and Twitter: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Outdoor-Gear-Review/281509538652229 Twitter: https://twitter.com/OutdoorGearRev ….. Related PostsInnocheer Outdoor Explorer Kit For Kids Outdoor Adventure Toys For Camping Hiking ExploringPLANES FOR KIDS VIDEO: Skipper Riley Model Kit Zvezda from Disney Cartoon Toys ReviewThe Best Day Ever Kids Gardening ProjectGROW TOWER BEST UPDATE EVER TOWN/HEROES AND MOREEEOxygen Pot Systems Review – Best Hydroponic Grow System10 Best LED Grow Lights For Indoor Gardening Review 2017

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17 Comments

  • Robert Goodman 3 weeks ago

    One quick question Luke, the arm and head holes, how stretchy are they? Needless to say, if you have a "big head," it won't be fun to take on and off as you have to force your head in and out of the hole. And if you're a muscular guy (or gal), arm holes need to be flexible without being tight. (And no, I didn't cringe at the end. 🙂 )

  • onetwothree57 3 weeks ago

    What a dork

  • Taylor Elsner 3 weeks ago

    Do these shirts run on the small or large size? Or are they a standard fit? I typically wear an XL

  • Mark D 3 weeks ago

    I will never buy anything made in China. They have been taking advantage of the USA for decades. But a great review once again.

  • Viper Chin 3 weeks ago

    I use tactical tshirts from helikon, absolutley awsome fit and wicks moisture. I stear clear of cotton cause it gets wet and cold with sweat.

  • Pete Rowlston 3 weeks ago

    Hey there! Wonderful Channel you have. I'm currently walking across the whole of Spain for a charitable foundation aand would appreciate you to look at my clips and even subscribe. I dropped you a like in this video too 😛

  • Lily Li 3 weeks ago

    women sleepwear,us only,pm me if interested.facebook:Amanda Ruu

  • Craig Pruett 3 weeks ago

    Great video lol. Hey Luke, i rmemeber in a video you said sumtin about your daughter joining the military? Did i miss the video about that?

  • InPhAmUs AL 3 weeks ago

    LMAO… Cute couple of goofballs…

  • Briar Jumper 3 weeks ago

    They dont make a 2XL?

  • Msilverhammer 3 weeks ago

    I prefer Icebreaker, but the Wooly's brand looks good.

    I still think that $50 is a bit to high in price though.

    Now that Ibex has gone out of business, prices will probably rise as Icebreaker, and Smartwool have the largest share of the wool clothing market between them.

    I normally wait for the Icebreaker Clearance sale, and I am able to purchase high quality wool, and wool blend shirts, and sweaters at 50% to 70% off the normal price.

    For example…I purchased the Aero Short Sleeve Crewe, color: Cyan, size: XXL
    for $33.60.

    The Aero is 120 gram Featherweight shirt, and is composed of 90% Merino wool, and 10% nylon, so it breathes and wicks great, and is more durable with the addition of the nylon.

    The Aero is no longer available at Icebreaker, but can be found at Amazon in the color that you seem to like. https://tinyurl.com/y7jafxoc

    Next, I purchased the Cool-Lite Sphere Short Sleeve Crewe color: Awesome Heather, size: XXL for $33.60.

    The Cool-Lite Sphere has a fabric weight of 130 gram Featherweight, and is composed of 52% Merino Wool, 35% TENCEL®, 13% Nylon, so it is perfect for summer, or warmer climates, as the addition of the Tencel, and Nylon increase the wicking and breathing ability, while the wool retains it anti-microbial properties.

    https://www.icebreaker.com/en/mens-tops/cool-lite-sphere-short-sleeve-crewe/103608.html?dwvar_103608_color=003

    Next I purchased two of the Ika Long Sleeve Crewe, color: Mossy Oak, size: XXL, for only $28.00 each.

    The Icebreaker Bodyfit 200 IKA Mossy Oak Base Layer Top Merino Wool has a fabric weight of 200 grams, and is 100% Merino Wool.

    Again, this shirt is no longer available at Icebreaker, but I found it at EBAY.

    https://www.ebay.com/itm/New-Icebreaker-Bodyfit-200-IKA-Mossy-Oak-Base-Layer-Top-Merino-Wool-Lightweight/162408398594?hash=item25d04b7f02:m:mWXBqdGhrzbmG127uywKZNA

    I also purchased one half zip, Tech Top Long Sleeve sweater for $48 …

    https://www.icebreaker.com/en/mens-baselayers/tech-top-long-sleeve-half-zip/104034.html?dwvar_104034_color=001

    and two full zip Victory sweaters, all in 100% Merino wool, for $60 each.

    https://www.icebreaker.com/en/mens-sweaters/victory-long-sleeve-zip/102405.html?dwvar_102405_color=002

    I notice that Icebreaker tends to run smaller, so instead of an XL, I purchased XXL, based upon their size charts.

    So it is obvious that you can get really good deals on high quality Merino Wool clothing if you take the time to wait for the deals to materialize.

    I purchased seven high quality wool, and wool blend garments for $260 delivered.

    That's about a $100 savigs over Wooly's, and several of the garments that I purchased were heavier weight, so normally more costly.

  • DER WANDERER - Pavlos Lampropoulos 3 weeks ago

    … and how's about the pants? 🙂

  • Gotta say, you cover so many brands I never heard of.

  • Josh Blackmore 3 weeks ago

    the ending was epic lol 🙂

  • SlyGuy 3 weeks ago

    Putting wool in the dryer will significantly reduce its lifespan. Just hang it over a banister to dry. It doesn’t take anymore effort than putting it in the dryer!

  • mark burrell 3 weeks ago

    How tall are you and how much do you weigh ? So we will know how big a medium is.

  • JoeDoe_ Outdoors 3 weeks ago

    Hii sweet page ☺ Keep it up!