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Carhartt Men's Base Force Midweight Classic Crew (MBL113) is a thermal base layer long-sleeve shirt featuring classic waffle knit fabric for easy-wearing warmth. Designed to keep you warm, dry, and comfortable, this crew neck base layer top uses FastDry and Rugged Flex technologies and odor-fighting fabric. FastDry wicks away sweat and Rugged Flex is for ease of movement, giving your arms a full range of motion. Made of 200 GSM/6-ounces of 100% polyester, this base layer shirt is perfect for layering when you need extra protection on cold weather days. Smooth flatlock seams, tagless labels, and fabric cut to move with your body make this base layer top comfortable to wear while working or while relaxing on your days off. Conveniently concealed thumb loops keep your sleeves in place when you put on another layer. This base layer top works as hard as you do to keep you warm, dry, and odor free throughout the workday. Pair it with Carhartt Men’s Base Force Midweight Classic Bottoms (MBL115) for a complete base layer set.
Some base layers run large, this one is a perfect fit, meant to be worn right against the skin or on top of a super thin base layer. Not much beats Carhartt in regards to quality and value.
This shirt is well-made, with comfortable thermal weave, lay-flat seams and a printed (not sewn-in) label. It has unobtrusive thumb loops that keep the sleeves from riding up when a top shirt is pulled on. I can use it by itself indoors on cool mornings, and as the primary layer when I go outside in colder weather.
Bought these for my sons who work outside and they love them. They were pricy but a good Christmas gift. They said they are really soft and warm, wear them all the time when working in the cold.
Very nice and a great base layer.
It's OK - it's pretty thin and flimsy - even for a midweight - I don't think they will hold up.
This was extremely thin, not at all what I was looking for
The best base layer I've ever bought.
Not thick enough even for mid weight they were entirely too thin.