Men's Transit Long Sleeve--Micro Grey Marle

Borealis Wool Co.

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Wether heading out for the morning commute, those late season outings, or that far-flung adventure, requiring versatile layers, we've got your back. 100% superfine Merino, the Men's Transit Long Sleeve does the trick.

Solid Colors

    • 100% ZQ certified Merino
    • 17.5 microns
    • 160 gsm (baselayer weight)
Striped Colors
    • 58% ZQ certified Merino/42% Tencel®
    • 19.3 microns 
    • 165 gsm (baselayer weight) 
Grey Marle
      • 100% Merino    
      • 135 gsm (ultralight base layer)
      • 19.5 microns          

    Customer Reviews

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    Kenneth W.
    Quality outdoor performance apparel, made in MN. Who could ask for more

    Have not yet tested the garment but have full assurance that its 100% merino wool construction will perform as expected as a top-notch base layer during my next outdoor adventure. The look and feel of the garment is testament to its quality. Also taking this opportunity to add a word of commendation to Borealis Wool Co. for its support of the Save the Boundary Waters campaign. Thanks, Kenneth

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    Matthew G.
    The best-fitting long sleeve shirt ever

    Comfortable, high-quality, and made in Minnesota - what more could you ask for Oh, and the fit is amazing, too. A great product.

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    Michael Y.
    Incredibly light weight and warm

    This comfortable, light weight and warm shirt is an excellent addition to my wardrobe. It fits well and looks great!

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    Jason Tufty
    Great shirt

    I'm very satisfied with this shirt. It's the perfect weight for fall exploring.

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    Brandon S.
    Lightweight, soft, good fit

    I bought two of these shirts. I've had them for a couple of weeks and so far, I love them. The shirt is lightweight, not as thick as my Smartwool baselayer, which makes it perfect for cool temps and layering. It's that super soft merino wool, which I dig. I'm really looking forward to putting these shirts through their paces in the coming colder times ahead.