Stanfield's Superlight all-black, all-wool merino Long-Sleeve T
The most useful garment you can wear from the waist up. Superlight and smooth, MiNS (made in Nova Scotia) by an old-time business we’ve bought from for at least twenty years. The younger generation there seems to be wielding more influence these days, and some of the traditional styles and fabrics are being horned in on by wool that’s been “improved” by combining with synthetics. (That happened to a neat beanie they used to make and we sold a ton of last, uh, holiday season, but then it was discontinued.) This shirt is still all wool, and good under other garments in cold weather, or by itself when it’s nearly blistering.
Sizing: This is the only garment we’ve ever had that fit fairly true, but if you like loose, still buy up a size.
This long sleeve, crewneck shirt is 100% merino wool jersey fabric that uses unique yarns from New Zealand to create a comfortable and warm wool garment. This winter shirt is great as a base layer for warmth or as a casual shirt and features full length set in sleeves with a 2 needle hem on the sleeves and the bottom.
Made in Canada.
Here's what the manufacturer says about sizing:
I think that's slightly nuts. I wear a large dress-shirt or T-shirt (43 chest), and I like loose clothing, so I often get XL, and when all Target has left is XS and XXL and the price is cheap and I like the plaid, I'll get the XXL and it'll fit like a mu-mu. The point is, a Med in this feels more like a Lar, and yet they go up to 5XL, which..I can't imagine.