Made in Finland by people who know how to stay warm when it’s cold, this is the best next-to-skin layer in the world. Polypropylene is widely known as the best wicking fabric, but even with traditional polypropylene you can feel periods of damp chill when your body builds a layer of sweat or you simply get wet. But with the Airbases big air pockets, you have nothing contacting the majority of your skin surface, while adjacent polypropylene wicks moisture, so you always feel dry. You can wear pretty much anything over the top of it and feel comfortable and dry, in any weather. And if you’re out on a day that gets hotter, you simply expose the base layer and, voila, you get instant full-blown cooling. So you can literally wear this stuff right into a warm day, and regulate your temperature more easily than with any other garment. Made of polypropylene with silver ion scent control. Shirt has knit collar and cuffs.
- Color: Gray
Airbase Base Layer Demonstration
Finally, a product made for hunters that like to be on the move.
Previously I have only been able to find this type of product that I had to wash every night or it would smell so bad people would move away from me.
This is awesome none smelly will still wash every other night for hunting but scentless. It absorbs every bit of my bad odor, love it.
No issues at all
Used on a backpack Hunt for DAll Sheep in Alaska. Worked great for keeping me from over heating on tough hikes and then from getting too chilled when glassing for long periods of time. Also great for hunting deer here in Pa. And chasing ducks. Great product.
Used this item in Bridgeport, CA. Kept me warm when bundled up, but fast to cool off when I opened up my outer layer. Wore it for 14 days straight, still stayed flexible and didn’t keep odors.
I spent days and weeks living out of a rucksack while undergoing intense military training. I used these as a substitute under garmet for some heavier bulkier army issued cold weather clothing layers. So I was in humid weather of North Carolina during January and February I experienced anywhere from 30 to 65 degrees while moving with a heavy load. The real test that I was attempting to put these through was to see if I could wear them in the brisk morning and the cool evening typically setting up camp while also wearing them when I sweated through the hot sun moving. It turns out I could move with them and not get overheated during the day unless it really pushed like 65 or 70 degrees (then it's just hot anyways) But I found that I could move with these and get my sweat on without feeling like I was gonna die and then I would get to camp at night and not have to dig through my pack to find something warm when I stopped moving because I already had them on.. I really gave these a good full on test.. They held up for multiple trips to the field a total of about 25 days without any issue.. I could say more but needless to say this is my lightweight go to setup for my hiking/go-bag.. They work