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Minus33 Acadian Merino Wool Boxers Review

Base layers are important for keeping you comfortable and happy on any trip. They keep you warm and wick moisture away from your skin. After days and days of being against your skin though, base layers can smell terrible. Synthetic ones do at least. Merino is different. The bacteria that cause the smell aren't able to cling onto the merino, leaving the fabric to smell great, even after days of you sweating in it. You, on the other hand, might still smell terrible. At least your clothes don't. Minus33 Acadian Merino Wool Boxers Comfortable, durable merino wool base layers are

Better than merino? The Royal Robbins MerinoLux 1/4 Zip Review

Better than merino? The Royal Robbins MerinoLux 1/4 Zip Review
The elusive perfect merino shirt. Does it exist? Or do they all fall apart after wearing them hard? After finding out about merino working in a gear shop nearly 10 years ago, I’ve been infatuated with it’s amazing abilities. No smell, regulates your temperature, keeps some heat when wet. It seems like the perfect fabric for all outdoor clothing. There's one problem though. It’s not very durable. Wear a piece of merino a lot and you’ll see holes in less than a year. After wearing many brands of merino  for some travel, work and all my outdoor adventures I concluded