Flume Crewneck Baselayer - Men's


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Flume Crewneck Baselayer

Named the overall best hiking shirt by Field and Stream, the Flume is a blend of Tencel (made from trees!) and spandex.  Tencel is naturally wicking, naturally odor resistant, thermo-regulating, and crazy comfortable. The perfect baselayer for hiking, climbing, skiing, or just staying warm on a cool day.

40 UPF.

Weight in ounces:
S: 7.2
M: 7.6
L: 8.0

LT: 8.6
XL: 9.0

XLT: 9.2
XXL: 9.4


Made in the USA:
Crafted in Lincoln, NH; Fall River, MA

4 way stretch for superior movement and fit
Extended length ensure coverage when active - no more exposed lower back!
Thumb loops for secure hand coverage
Raglan sleeves for superior movement
Flatlock stitched to reduce chafing - smooth on your skin
Made in the USA!
Texollini (Long Beach, CA)
91% Tencel, 9% Lycra

Wash with like colors
Machine Wash Cold
Gentle Cycle
Do not bleach
Lay flat or hang to dry

Sizing - the sizing for this product is mens

Customer Reviews

Based on 134 reviews
marie l. (West Warwick, US)

Sorry but everything that I purchased are Christmas gifts to 4 different people.
I’ll let you know after the holiday.
Marie Lane

Tess P. (Boston, US)
Favorite hiking shirt!

I have a few flume crew necks and they are my all time favorite. The material is amazing. I was even able to wear them through out an entire pregnancy. They were my only active shirts that fit over my belly nicely and didn't rise up. They didn't stretch and still fit me great now!

Customer (Amhertsburg, CA)

Flume 1/4 Zip Baselayer - Women's

Gary D. (Peabody, US)
Comfortable and Breathable base layer.

I’ve been wearing The Flume base layer on cooler days/evenings this October. Comfortable, warm and breathable stretchy material. Looking forward to wearing it as a base layer when doing some winter hiking/snowshoeing in The Whites. This is the 3rd product I’ve purchased from Burgeon and I been pleased with the quality and features of their clothing.

JOHN (Clayton, US)
Perfect base layer

It's warm, breathable, light, and the perfect base layer for my last race when it was 39 degrees at the start!