- Fabric Performance: Quick-Drying, Wicking, Breathable, Lightweight, Anti-Odor
- Design Features: Contrast Stitching, Screen Print Logos
- Functional Details: Flat Seam Construction
Fit: Trim Fit
Fabric: drirelease® merino, 88% polyester, 12% merino wool
Center Back Length: 29˝ / 74 cm
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 7.2oz / 205g (L)
- Great Baselayer (Review by JR)
Love my Sequence L/S Crew, just purchased my second one in Green as I picked up the Back last year. First off, great baselayer that wicks away moisture in a snap. Second, does a fantastic job of masking any odor from time in the snow or trails, I mean none! Third, goes great with jeans or casual use as well. I look forward to adding another to my collection in the near future.
(Posted on 12/28/16)
- Rad Shirt (Review by Sequence)
I love the Sequence, great for a baselayer or with a pair of shorts for the trail. It breaths great and so lightweight that it's almost like wearing nothing at all. I'm 6'1" and 200lbs so I did size up to the XL for fit and it's a great fit. The black is great all around color but look forward to adding another Sequence to my collection.
(Posted on 10/4/16)
- Excellent Base Layer (Review by Thomas)
I'm pretty happy with this base layer. I think that it works well as an absolute base layer for cold weather with other layers on top of it. I also think that it allows me to manage my layers much better than other lightweight base layers since I tend to overheat and sweat easily. It's very comfortable to wear. I also found this to be comfortable under body armor. I own multiple sets of these.
(Posted on 12/10/15)
- Fabulous base layer (Review by teleman)
I have been impressed with this layer. I have been on the layering system and this has taken over as the go to base. I have a medium and am 6 ft 160 it is a little tight, but that makes it perfect for the bottom of the system. A large would act as a shirt that I would wear everyday, anyway. As a medium the comfort is not at a point I would wear it any day everyday, but M was purchased for its function.
(Posted on 1/28/15)