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Source of inexpensive merino


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    Iago Vazquez
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    @iago

    Locale: Boston & Galicia, Spain

    My latest inexpensive merino is from Decathlon. I have their Forcaz Travel 100 shirt. Very think fabric and the MSRP of $25 cannot be beat. I am typically a size L, but being a Euro brand the XL fit as expected, not skin tight and not baggy. I see that their stock is practially depleated for the shirts at the moment, but watching it this year they seem to typically restock within a month or so. I have used it a few times on hikes and runs and I am very happy with it.

    I also have their Trek 500 Gloves. Most wool liners seem to be a bit thick to layer. These are very thin. I have only taken them on a local run, but so far so good.

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    Eugene Hollingsworth
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    @geneh_bpl

    Locale: Mid-Minnesota

    I’ll have to check Decathlon out. Thin wool liners for leather work gloves would be perfect. So would slighly loose long underwear.

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