Thursday, February 25, 2010

Boyt Weathermaxx Baselayer review

Whether taking to the field behind a pair of pointing dogs, or getting on the water to chase some redfish, with the temperature dipping below freezing again it might be time for outdoorsmen to think about the proper base layer of clothing. purchased this Boyt product online after being introduced to it at a writer's conference. Made of a superfine merino wool, the weathermaxx top and bottoms will keep one comfortable and they have no 'itchy' wool feeling. The merino wool is in fact as smoothe as silk on your skin and it serves to wick away moisture to avoid ever feeling wet or clammy. The Boyt 'long johns' are washable, odor resistant, hypo-allergenic and are billed to give years of use, which given Boyt's reputation for products that get better with age, makes them something dependable to ward off the cold in the future. The Weathermaxx top has a pull-top zipper on it and comes in the colors loden or black, and you can order a lightweight or medium weight wool at

PhotoByJeffDennis: The Boyt base layer merino wool shirt and pants in loden

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