T-shirts are basic to everyday life. I have a few favorites that sit in the top of my drawer that I always grab when looking for something comfortable for my next adventure.
The Smartwool Merino 150 Backpacker’s Tee isn’t your run of the mill shirt. Click here to read my initial thoughts on the Smartwool Merino 150 Backpacker’s Tee.
Check out the final update on the Cotopaxi Women’s Peak T-Shirt.
The Cotopaxi Peak T-Shirt has been worn for another month. It is still holding up well. It has been worn approximately 7 more times. Read more here.
Front View of the Woolrich Stag shirt
There are a few items of clothing that are almost iconic among outdoorsman. The Woolrich Stag wool shirt certainly fits in this category. I guess it should be no big surprise since Woolrich has been making outdoor gear for over 180 years. But I would say calling the Woolrich Stag shirt a shirt is a little misleading. In fact I have owned a few wool shirts over the years and was a little surprised at how thick and heavy this one is. Of course this can be a good thing in cold weather but regardless, I’d say it is more jacket than shirt. To read the rest of the review please click here.
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looking at Silver Lake
Because in the past month, we have had an above average rainfall, I have worn the Blood’N Guts shirt primarily off-trail. I have worn it almost everyday except when I was working on roofing my house. To read more.
view of Liberty Gorge
I now have been wearing the Columbia Blood N’ Guts shirt for about a month and it is performing better than I expected. I have worn the shirt on 4 local hikes, 5 hikes in the Franconia Notch area of New Hampshire, and almost everyday for other activities.
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