- Freshguard®: Odor Neutralization
- Quick Drying
- Raglan Sleeves
- Cotton-Like Feel
Fit: Trim Fit
Fabric drirelease® Wool: 88% polyester, 12% merino wool
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 8.1oz / 230g (L)
- great value (Review by wellnesscoach)
Cozy soft base or all you need when it's just a bit chilly. I just bought my 2nd one of these because I wear mine so often. First one is 3 years old and wearing like granite.
(Posted on 11/25/13)
- Men's Sequence L/S Zip Tee (Review by By Backpacking Guide)
I bought this shirt as a base layer, every day, multi-day (6 day trips, 5-8 trips per summer) shirt for backpacking adventures. I'm a backpacking guide in CO during the summers and this shirt is simply perfect. Lightweight, breathable, incredibly comfortable, fits perfectly...I'm 6'2" 200lbs and the XL is money. The shirt is very stylish and comfortable at the gym or just wearing around the city. In my opinion, OR is the best outdoor product company there is. Trust me, if you exercise at all, no matter what activity you prefer, you're gonna want this shirt. WORTH EVER PENNY.
(Posted on 3/30/12)
- Men's Sequence L/S Zip Tee (Review by By Turilea)
A great light weight top that I wear all the time over tee shirts or thermals, Great for a little extra warmth but without the bulk. Being so light and compact it ALWAYS gets thrown in a pack or the car so I have a light but warm top to put on. Great for layering under a heavier top too. My first OR product but definitely not the last.
(Posted on 6/2/11)
- Men's Sequence L/S Zip Tee (Review by By Cyborg Slim)
Good for running in hot weather with a small pack. Very lightweight, so mostly suitable for preventing pack chafing or getting some sun cover. Material is so thin, with a snug fit, it feels practically see-through.
(Posted on 4/3/11)
- Men's Sequence L/S Zip Tee (Review by By John S)
I have sued this shirt for ski touring and mountaineering this winter, and love it. Super comfy, and wicks very well.
(Posted on 2/17/11)
- Men's Sequence L/S Zip Tee (Review by By Blake)
A light long-sleeve baselayer is the upper-body equivalent of a good pair of softshell pants. It's something that I wear for days at a time on trips, or day-after-day (sometimes even with an occasional wash or two) while at home. The blend of wool and synthetic fibers makes it far less smelly than traditional types of polypro, and isn't itchy. With a zip neck and sleeves that can be pulled up to the elbow, it's good for a full range of temps and activities.
(Posted on 12/3/10)