A wool boxer brief for him (even if he hates wool).
For outdoor kids, a baselayer that will keep them dry and warm.
This 70/30 silk/wool baselayer keeps you warm while also wicking.
A 100% polyester t-shirt that feels just like cotton.
Buy now, wear forever.
Skivvies for your bivy.
This merino wool layer keeps all your bases covered, without smelling like a sock drawer.
Active ladies need active undies, and this ensemble fits the bill and still looks cute.
Baselayer bottoms that you can wear solo.
Patagonia updates this perennial favorite making it lighter, faster-drying, and softer then previous Capilene layers.
Nordic skiiers and runners will love this moisture moving layer.
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A fuzzy top that never smells.
A baselayer made for high-exertion activities.
A cheap(er) merino crew that stays stink-free.
Toasty, stretchy tights you don't have to hide.
These chafe-free undergarments also wick away moisture.
Underwear for the outdoorsy man.
Settle the wool-versus-synthetic debate once and for all: Get the best of both.
A lightweight layering piece make of bamboo
You could live in this Patagonia merino baselayer for weeks.
This Icebreaker top is great for trail running and other high aerobic activities.
This athletic baselayer feels like cotton but works like high-priced synthetic, for only $35.
This tester favorite was popular for climbing, mountain biking, and layering. The Polartec Power Dry fabric aided quick drying.
Using body-mapping and blended merino wool/synthetic fabrics, this innovative baselayer is warm and versatile.
This merino midweight baselayer is soft, stretchy, and naturally anti-stink.
This fast-drying shirt has a special ingredient&ndashCocona Minerale fabric.
Our tester spent 18 days climbing, camping, and evaluating gear on America's highest, coldest peak. If his picks made it there, they can make it anywhere.
Wild weather coming? We've devised a perfect system for every condition.