The product was good, but I think the XL fit my body better.
When the product arrived, both the box and the contents were a little damp. I think it would be better to wrap it in a plastic bag.
When the heat drops below -10C, I go with this because my neck feels a little cold sensitive. Now the collar always stays in place and with another merino shirt, -23C is no problem (the colder hasn’t happened yet, but I don’t think that’s a problem either). The skin stays quite dry due to air bubbles and moisture easily passes through the outer shirt. A great product.
Insane frost resistance combined with a hotwool product.
Seems good quality. Good enough collar.
Lovely warm sweater that lets moisture through. An extra plus for this one with a polo collar which means that I avoid a separate scarf.
The good ones! can recommend
I have never experienced a unique clothing piece like this.
Aclima is a quality brand that will have a special place in my closet :-).
Very comfortable and warm mesh sweater. Collar high and comfortable, zipper well protected and does not disturb. The long model, ie goes on top of the butt and thus stays in the pants. Works with a light frosty run as the only downstairs floor, even under a softshell or wind. In colder weather, you can put a t-shirt or a long-sleeved one in between. I can't figure out how to improve that. M size good at least 174/84 body.
Although a little thick collar with little harassment is still easily a 5 star product. Surprisingly warm, but for sweating keeps sweating properly.
The best underwear for exercise.
The collar should be 1-2cm lower.
There is already good experience in use and therefore a new shirt was ordered.
Good shirt under colder weather. Good breathability.
Perhaps the best lingerie that is. Keep the weekend on a forest walk dry and warm, even though I was on the move almost all the time. The polo just fits and also keeps the neck area warm
Well now Aclima pulled the longest stalk. Absolutely outrageous good beggars. I've gone with these skiing, downhill skiing and talvivaeltaessa. I no longer agree to switch to others.
On top of these, if you still have a layer of merino wool on it, you can easily face even colder mercury figures.
Something negative? It looks just as rogue as it should be. But a great icebreaker in the desert huts when I tear the outerwear off and I vary the dry on top.
In the frosty sports great, -15 degrees skiing under the jacket just these and well enough. :-)
Has been in work for two years and occasionally in winter sports e.g. skiing. warm, breathable, durable and dries very quickly. Merino wool does not even need to be washed very often, it is enough to ventilate the shirt and it is like coming out of the washing machine. After all, the shirt is a little ugly when the nipples pop out of the holes but under the jacket it goes very hidden.