Author Topic: Natural (off white) base layer :- any recommendations ?  (Read 268 times)

Innominate Man

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I'm due to buy a base layer and was hoping to get a lightweight long sleeved merino (or equivalent) that is not stark white but that 'natural' un-coloured ..... colour !


I already have a selection of various colours & types but never had anything matching this criteria:- I thought it worth asking if anyone has something like this ?


It won't be for 'technical' use. It's to go under more formal clothing to keep me warm without displaying Smelly Helly stripes or gaudy colours through a shirt   O0
PS - I saw an on-line ad for a company called Dilling - which seems to be just what I want, but I've never heard of them so hesitant to part with until I know more.
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Innominate Man

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Re: Natural (off white) base layer :- any recommendations ?
« Reply #2 on: 09:53:10, 12/02/19 »
Have a look at Damart

https://www.damart.co.uk/C-178504-thermals


Thanks fernman, could be worth trying  O0
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Re: Natural (off white) base layer :- any recommendations ?
« Reply #4 on: 23:53:32, 13/02/19 »
M&S?

Thanks Ridge.


These replies are making me feel old - these are companies that I would have run a mile from not that long ago (well, 15 years isn't that long ago)   :-[
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Re: Natural (off white) base layer :- any recommendations ?
« Reply #5 on: 08:44:33, 14/02/19 »
these are companies that I would have run a mile from not that long ago (well, 15 years isn't that long ago)   :-[
Yes I've noticed that companies who only used to sell clothes for old people have clearly changed the demographic that they are aiming at as now I think that they are OK.
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