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EGI Luxury 100% Merino Wool Men's Short Sleeve T-Shirt. Proudly Made in Italy.
EGI Luxury 100% Merino Wool Men's Short Sleeve T-Shirt. Proudly Made in Italy.
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  • SUPER SOFT and LIGHTWEIGHT t-shirt made of 100% Merino Wool. Highest Quality noble fiber always keeps you warm and wicks away excessive moisture. Can be worn without washing for more than one day.
  • Made in Italy merino wool fabric feels gorgeous next to the skin and keeps you cool in the summer and comfortably warm in the winter. Wrap yourself in a luxury, you will love it.
  • Unique production technology, tubular knit fabric, pleasantly stretchy and seamless on the sides.
  • SLIM FIT, if you prefer relaxed fit we recommend going up a size for more comfort.
  • 100% Proudly Made in Italy according to OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100.
EGi Men's Collection
wool silk EGI wool silk Pure Merino Wool pure merino wool t-shirt EGI WOOL microfiber
MERINO WOOL 85% 85% 100% 100% 40%
SILK 15% 15%
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Made of High Quality Fibers.

Incredibly Soft, Luxury Thin. Perfect for sensitive skin.

Could be worn as its own or as a layer. Super comfortable.

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Finest quality cotton lingerie and clothing for her and for him.

Classic line for men, women and children, made of Cotton, Wool / Cotton and Wool Blends.

Elastic belts of wool blends for back pain relief and postpartum.

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  • free from formaldehyde
  • free from azo-dyes
  • free from dioxin
  • free from heavy metals

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  • Package Dimensions: 11.05 x 8.75 x 1.2 inches
  • Date First Available: March 6, 2019
  • ASIN: B07PG3C63H
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #608,535 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Jewelry)
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    So I own an embarrassing number of merino undershirts. I live in a place where the summer temps exceed 100 degrees F (that's 37 to 38 C) for ten to fifty days every summer and cotton just doesn't cut it. I've got merino from Icebreaker, Smartwool, even the old Redram still hanging in my closet. Short and long sleeve. And I wear them every day. I was a bit apprehensive over the low regular price for a shirt I hadn't seen before. Very few reviews. And most merino shirts aren't this close to a white color. Usually they are dyed black or blue or somesuch.
    But I figured I could get my money back if I wasn't pleased. And I have to say that I'm pleasantly surprised. This is genuine merino. The white is a bit closer to bone or ivory but it doesn't look dirty or out of place as an undershirt. I'm wearing it for the third day in a row and it's not the slightest bit whiffy. I might just buy another one today.

    As always, I don't get any compensation or free stuff for my opinion. My opinions are my own.

    FOLLOW UP: I did buy a second one. The wrong item arrived (the tank top instead of the short sleeve) and I sent it back via Kohls. Very convenient - the replacement arrived in a week. I still like them and might buy some more to retire some of my oldest Icebreakers. Other folks have pointed out that these are easy to see through, so these are fine to be worn as an undershirt but not as an overshirt. I concur, but that's what I wanted so I'm still pleased. YMMV.

    The fabric is thicker than my Wooly / Smartwool / Apex. I can live with that. These stain easily... and maybe permanently. I can even live with that. The shirts were delivered June 13th. By the third washing the fabric was developing little pucker spots. July 8th the "pucker spots" began opening into holes. These are junk. Cold, gentle, dried flat. Washed 5 or 6 times.

    I ordered an XXL and it appeared to be more closely sized to an L to XL. This was not a major issue for me as I use it as an undershirt. I can’t be happier with the performance and comfort. It’s summer here in South Florida and hot and muggy does not even begin to describe the conditions. It wicks away the moisture and makes you feels cooler. It also breathes very well. I have been wearing cotton undershirts for 25 years and am rapidly transitioning to merino wool.
    I strongly recommend you wash the shirt before you wear it as it does have a “freshly shorn” smell about it.

    I wear nothing buy Merino Wool undergarments and these are a great value at $40... most run $50-$60 so I ordered them knowing that I could send these 2 T's back if they didn't not compare to the quality of others that I own. They are a slightly looser weave than the 33Below or Icebreaker or wooly that I own, but very comfortable. I was looking for a lighter color for wearing under white shirts and while these are not a bright white, they are perfect for my needs.

    I have worn wool t-shirts for the last ten years. Brands include IceBreaker, SmartWool, Patagonia, and Ibex. I tried this new brand because at the time of ordering there were no white 100% wool shirts on Amazon with a reasonable cost (anything below $40) . I was also encouraged because the item was Italian.
    The wool quality in the Garment is EXCELLENT, this is a very good wool. Probably as good as the Ibex garments that are now no longer available.
    However, the cut of the garment is more like an undershirt in appearance, My wife used to be a runway model and is very tuned into 'fashion'. She immediately commented on this aspect when I tried it on. It is also important to realize that the fabric is so shear that you can see thru it to whatever is underneath to such an extent that body hair and shape and color of nipples are visible.. This might not be desirable for everyone. I'd suggest a heavier weight (or looser fit) if this might be a concern.. Note that I do wear the close fitting (skin tight) IceBreaker wool Anitomica T-shirts and they do not recieve the same "that looks like an undershirt" comment from my fashion oriented wife.
    Overall this is an excellent fabric but

    I’ve become really excited about merino base layers in general because they’re extremely comfortable in all temps. They manage to feel both cozy and refreshing at the same time regardless of how hot or cold it is. EGi is one of the best price points I’ve seen, and it’s perfect for a basic. The white is just a little bit see-through if you’re hairy (that’s not because it’s thin- it’s quite hefty, actually). I’d use it more as an undershirt than a t-shirt. But, wow, would it be a perfect luxury for the gym. Size up if you want it to be a shirt-shirt.

    I have wool tshirts from Woolly, WoolX, Icebreaker and Apex. Pretty sure that all are made in China, all in the 190 GSM range. The EGI touts as being made in Italy. The EGI was the cheapest of the bunch. Given that, the fabric is not as refined as the rest; it is not the softest either (woolly and icebreaker are the softest). The white color is thin enough to see behind (chest hair) so don't go with the white unless your ok with that. If price is super critical then go with EGI.

    I bought these for a trip I'm going on. I tried them on and I really do like the feel of them. I am hoping they really do keep me from sweating which was the main reason I purchased them.