When venturing outdoors, your clothing is an essential way to protect yourself from the elements. The base layer is the foundation of your outdoor clothing. Its job is to wick moisture away from your body to keep your dry in warm and cold conditions.
Wicking materials draw sweat away from the body - pushing it to the outer layers. This special fabric keeps you more comfortable (warm in cooler months and cool in warmer months).
Designed to dry. Synthetic fibers don’t absorb much water, so they won’t get heavy when wet and they dry quicker. It serves as a solid foundation for all other clothing.
Luxuriously soft, lightweight, and breathable. These base layers can keep up with you anywhere. The versatile fabric works well on its own in warmer months and in layers in cool temperatures.
Comfort and protection outdoors starts with your clothing. If you want to create the ultimate layering system, focus on the foundation. The base layer is the closest to your skin so it’s especially important to keep a few things in mind:
Fabric matters. As an outdoor enthusiast, you’ll need something that wicks well. This helps regulate your body temperature in cold weather and on sunny days by keeping the sweat off your skin. Plus, outdoor clothing that doubles as sun protection saves you from damaging rays and uncomfortable burns. Your clothing protects you from the elements so you can focus on what really matters.
A base layer’s job is moisture management. It keeps sweat from making you cold or clammy. This helps regulate your body temp during activities. Layer up for additional warmth.
A snug, comfortable fit is a game changer for base layer selection. Wicking fabric needs to be in direct contact with your skin to work most efficiently and effectively.
Resistant to the wear and tear outdoor conditions can bring. Our base layers are ethically made and built to last with recycled polyester. Durable clothes save your money and reduce your environmental footprint.