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The GLACIER long sleeved men’s base layer has been specifically developed for winter use. Through the application of various knitting techniques at strategic areas, a technique known as 'body mapping,' the GLACIER optimally balances insulation with ventilation. A dense knitting structure maximizes insulation where necessary, which is crucial for comfortable winter riding. Meanwhile, moisture management is enhanced at other locations, including under the arms. This helps transport perspiration to the outside of the garment, where it spreads over a wider surface and evaporates more quickly. The result is a base layer shirt that keeps you dry and warm.
Outer shell: polyamide
Composition: 93% polyamide, 7% elastane
Seamless in 3D round knit technology
Air spacer ribs at shoulders
Airvent zone at armpit
3D-airvent zone at front chest
Insulation guards at elbow and side waist
Climate control unit at back, autofit cuffs and hem
A good finishing touch to riding gear
I had never owned this type of gear, but do to a planned motorcycle tour of the Alp's where I knew I would get a wide variety of weather with basically little chance to change my gear. I decided to try a pair. That was on of the best gear additions I have every made. It was super I saw temperatures from just above freezing to pretty hot and was never uncomfortable.
August 3, 2015
Great base layer +++
Revit! Galcier Long Sleeve Shirt, base layer. Premisee: It's New England. It's winter. Not a great time to evaluate motorcycle gear (?). Wrong.
I cross country ski too and have used many brands of base layers. Even on a sport bike the rider is relatively passive compared to XC. Fair basis for comparison? You decide.
I love this shirt! It fits like a second skin( i.e. tight for its size), but that's how it does it's job. You forget the "tightness" pretty quickly and begin to love how it works - very well. Transfers moister (face it: sweat), doesn't smell like it's working, and remains a good comfortable fit all day. The quality if flat out beautiful. Weave seems to be designed to almost anticipate your next move. Not resistance or binding. Looking at the shirt you can see the number of weave direction and pattern changes. They make sense it you think about how you move and how your safety gear, layers, etc., should move with you.
It's stylish and well detaied enough at the neck, shoulders and cuffs that you could get away with it for a light shirt, IF you are in good shape. This base layer is a must have.
February 13, 2014
Excellent layer to have on board. I just completed a mid atlantic ride PA to NC with temps ranging 25 - 60 degrees and rate this higher than my UnderArmour heat geat for that range.
January 21, 2013
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Leon G: Good reviews, wanted something for cold weather riding.May 2, 2015
A shopper asked:Hi
I¬¥m interested in buying the Revit Glacier pant and shirt as base layers for winter riding and a Revit Aztec WSP Shirt as base layer.
Now from the sizing chart I¬¥m bang on an "L", except for 5mm on the waist due to a little belly, which I¬¥m in the process of training away as we speak, but a lot of comments state the Revit line is on the smaller side so my question is would it be wiser to go a size up or not. I like the fit to be tight but not to the point of struggling as that would compromise my sport/race riding. So any advice would be welcome.