Last year, I went snowshoeing for the first time. It was incredibly beautiful, and also very challenging for me. It was freezing at first, but warmed up about halfway through our hike. I started stripping down layers, but of course, my sweatshirt didn’t cut it for keeping me warm.

Most of us run into these problems while hiking in the snow. We’re warm at first, then we get hot, so we take off a few layers, but end up freezing again. So what’s the solution?

Base Layers

It’s the one thing missing from your winter wardrobe that would make a WORLD of a difference when you hike. But of course, the price! I can’t afford them! Well we’ve found a solution that will save the bank and allow you to hike comfortably in mild winter conditions:

32 Degrees

And it lives up to it’s name! I’ve LOVED these base layers for 3 reasons:

#1: They’re affordable! Most base layers can cost up to $60, this base layer shirt was under $20.

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#2: They’re super comfy, not too tight, but not too loose either. They really do keep you warm, and wick away moisture.

#3: They can double as a normal shirt! Because it fits so nicely, and they come in a range of colors and patterns, you can wear them as a long sleeve shirt on a normal day, and no one would know.


So if you want to pick up a pair and join the #nosweat club, click here.

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