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Terramar Men's 2.0 Thermolator TR Crew Wicking Top Item # TMRQ0404M

Sale Price $20.95

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Sale Price $20.95

$29.99

You Save $9.04 30%

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Availability: In Stock!

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The midweight Terramar Men's 2.0 Thermolator TR Crew shirt wicks moisture, keeping you dry and warm. Micro polyester and spandex allow the Men's 2.0 Thermolator TR Crew to serve as a stand-alone layer in cool temperatures or a base layer in colder weather.
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The midweight, long-sleeved Terramar Men’s 2.0 Thermolator TR Crew shirt effectively wicks moisture, keeping you dry, warm and comfortable. Micro polyester and spandex fabric allow the Men’s 2.0 Thermolator TR Crew to serve as a stand-alone layer in cool temperatures or a base layer in colder weather. Highly stretchable fabric provides a full range of movement and a comfortable fit while a mesh back panel adds breathability. Thumb pass-throughs on the cuffs enhance fit and close the opening usually present between sleeves and gloves (not included).

The Terramar Men’s 2.0 Thermolator TR Crew is available in multiple sizes.

  • Crew neck
  • Set-in sleeves
  • Mesh back panel
  • Zone ventilation panels
  • Contrast flat seam construction
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9 Item(s)

I thought this was a little thin for a midweight base layer. Also, I didn't care for the mesh back.

Likes: Good quality

Dislikes: To light for me. Mesh back

Reviewed by Bobcat - May 20, 2015

Likes: Good for layering in the fall and winter. Good for cold-weather running as well, thanks to the ventilation/wicking materials. I'm a big fan of the thumb pass-throughs on the sleeves; they're useful if you don't have gloves on you, or if it's not quite cold enough for gloves but you'd still like a little extra warmth over your hands.

Dislikes: If you're going to be in sub-20 degree temperatures you should go up to Terramar's 3.0 line; the 2.0 is not heavy enough for those situations.

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - December 11, 2014

Likes: The warmth this thing keeps in is amazing. This should definitely serve well cross country skiing as a base layer and if it's mild enough out, the only thing you will be wearing. I used it on a hike and the sun protection and insulating value was as expected, very good.

Dislikes: There is a weird pattern on the back that kind of binds my shoulder blades together in feel. Once I was used to how it fit, it is easily ignored, but the tightness was not expected. Other than that, no complaints.

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - January 22, 2014

Likes: This is my second purchase of this to and that is because they are extremely comfortable and warm for XC skiing or in the tent during snow camping. The new design has a mesh like texture for a section of the back - probably better for ventilation and air flow- but i hope this area doesnt get cold at night.

Dislikes: n/a

Reviewed by Anonymous Backcountry Edge Customer - December 1, 2012

Likes: Good medium weight baselaer

Dislikes: Nothing

Reviewed by Justin M. - November 7, 2012

Likes: Fits well, long sleeves with thumb holes are a plus.

Dislikes: Nothing.

Reviewed by Justin M. - November 7, 2012

Likes: great quality product performs as claimed

Dislikes: none

Reviewed by Roger D. - February 2, 2012

Likes: Good fit and comfort. I have worn this X-Country skiing in 20 degree weather and it has kept me warm. The undershirt is form fitting without being restrictive or uncomfortable. Good value for the price.

Dislikes: Nothing.

Reviewed by Jack A. - January 30, 2012

Likes: Shirt fit like a glove, and kept me warm. I love the thumb holes it really helped in keeping me warm.

Dislikes: None

Reviewed by Todd A. - October 26, 2011