Helly Hansen Men's Warm Freeze 1/2 Zip Baselayer Top - Red, XX-Large
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- Lifa T3 hollow fibre technology
- Merino Wool
- Flat-lock stitching
- Low-bulk cuffs
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Top Customer Reviews
I'm a comfortable medium in most clothes but knowing that (i) these are base-layers and, (ii) previous reviews, i went for a Large to be safe. Looks like I'm an Extra-Large for HH - so much for all that sweating in the gym!!
In other news, the inside of the product feels a bit rough on the skin.
I used it for an indoor climbing session in a quite cold hanger and it kept me lovely and warm. Even with me belaying two others meaning a bit of standing around doing nothing.
Bottom line is this. I've just ordered two more. Enough said I think.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Really comfortable top. Make sure you get the right size though.Published 23 months ago by G. Evans
Excellent warm wicking qualities and vwery comfortable to wear but this XXL is very snug on me - perhaps I needed XXXL !
Good price for a quality piece of kit.
Ideal base layer clothing for thermal regulation; in conjunction with diverse activity regimes, across a broad range of ambient temperature gradients.Published on 7 Oct. 2012 by Clive 'Badger' Budden
This longsleeve is a real bodywarmer! Soft turtle neck, longer back, long sleeve, fine cuffs, very good transpiration qualities! So far, so good... but size! It fits really tight. Read morePublished on 22 Feb. 2012 by Murdock
With all the cold weather we've had , you need one of these . Best thing ive ever bought . Great for cycling .Published on 22 Jan. 2011 by tatworth-torpedo
Firstly - I agree with the other reviewers: size is small so go one up. Luckily for me I'd already got a lightweight HH lifa top in large and it's a bit tight under the armpits. Read morePublished on 12 Dec. 2010 by A. MACALISTER