The top 8 baselayers of 2017

The top 8 baselayers of 2017

A good baselayer is something you never, ever want to take off. You wear it to bed, you wear it on the slope and sometimes (let’s be honest) rock it at après. Comfortable, warm and breathable, they’re one of our favorite garments on the market. So without further ado, here are the top eight options for 2017.

Women’s Baselayers

Flylow Women’s Shreggings


“This yoga-pant-inspired garb is soft, breathable and lightweight thanks to a blend of polyester and spandex and feature useful pockets, which are rarely seen on baselayers…” Click for full review.

Armada Hideout


“An oversized collar serves as a neckwarmer and facemask, and it’s ultra-breathable, allowing moisture from your breath and snotty surprises to flow through without freezing over…” Click for full review.

Marmot Meghan Tight


“The Meghan Tight is comprised of 90-percent polyester and 10-percent elastane making it both light and comfortable; it has an athletic fit with a diamond-shaped groin area for increased mobility; and it wicks away moisture like a champ, no matter how burly the day is…” Click for full review.

Men’s Baselayers

Strafe Basecamp Hoody


“Utilizing recycled Polartec Power Grid fabric, the Strage Basecamp Hoody dries quickly on those sweaty days, resulting in warmth and therefore comfort. A sleek hood that easily fits under a helmet and a chest zipper pocket add style to match functionality…” Click for full review.

Dale of Norway Viking Basic Sweater


“The Viking Basic Sweater is made of 100-percent superfine merino wool that’s tightly knitted to avoid any wear and tear. Four sleek buttons at the neck opening add some flair and the signature Norwegian shoulder patterns are, literally, Nordic symbols for protection and success…” Click for full review.

QOR Power Stretch Training Pant


“This pant is built with Polartec Power Stretch fabric, which distributes stretch evenly across your body, ups durability and provides supreme warmth without added weight…” Click for full review.

Outdoor Research Men’s Transition Hoody


“Two different weights of stretchy and breathable Polartec Power Grid fabric are placed in strategic areas: lighter layers where your body dumps out the most heat (like the pits) and heavier materials elsewhere. This keeps you at a comfortable temperature at all times…” Click for full review.

MyPakage Premium Sleepwear


“Alright, fellas, let’s talk about something important: “the merch.” It can get humid down below and that’s exactly why MyPakage created Premium Sleepwear with built-in crotch pouches that keep your junk comfortable…” Click for full review.


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