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Bloo John Baselayer Review by TGO’s Chris Townsend

March 11th, 2014

Bloo John Baselayerss have always been a problems for TGO’s gear guru Chris Townsend for a number of years until he got his hands on a pair of our Sub Zero Merino Wool Bloo John Baselayers – and you might say he was quite impressed:

 

“They proved near enough perfect, being warm but not too hot, very comfortable, breathable, non-restrictive and still quite fragrant after 48 hours constant wear.”

 

 

“What makes these long johns different from others? I think there are a number of factors. Firstly there are no seams at all as they are made, in the UK, by a clever process called ‘Whole Body’ knitting. As seams can rub and catch as well as usually being less stretchy than the rest of the garment, which in a body hugging one can lead to discomfort, not having them is good for comfort. “

To read the full review, click here.

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