Men's Fuse Henley
Lightweight 200 Aerowool
Men's Fuse Henley Details
- Next to Skin
- True to size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- 17.5 micron, ultrafine, Merino wool
- Lightweight 200gsm jersey knit fabric provides exceptional versatility
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology to exhaust moisture and maintain optimal core body temperature
- Snap closure, quarter length Henley collar
- Modified raglan sleeve moves seams out from under backpack shoulder straps
- Ergonomic cuff with thumb loops
- Flatlock seams for next-to-skin comfort
- Machine wash, line dry
How It's Built
- Material: Aerowool
- Cut: Athletic
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Material Weight: 200 Lightweight
- Weight: 10oz.
Where to Use
- Temperature Range:
- Below 20F
- 20F - 45F
- 45F - 60F
This one fit perfectly. Materials are high quality. I can't wait to hit the field in this shirt.
This is an awesome base layer. Super comfortable, doesn’t smel. Works great in cold weather under other layers, but is also great on its own in the fall.
This is definitely an amazing base layer and all around comfortable shirt! Need a few more so I can wear them for everyday shirts
I hunt waterfowl and upland up and down California, Northern mountains, coastal, southern valleys and deserts. This is the one piece I wear no matter what the temps are! 80 degrees in early season hunting ducks or my first layer in late season. I wore this and walked 10 plus miles chasing quail in the mountains and never over heated. Breathes well and gets rid of sweat quickly! I cannot recommend this shirt enough!
I love the fuse line of base layers. I was truly amazed at the Aerowool technology. Did (3) 11 mile days in the high dessert in the 20-30's. They were breathable during periods of high activity but also insulating during resting/glassing periods, After as much hiking and sweating I did the first day, I though for sure I was going to have to put on my old cotton long johns for the second day. I went to go smell them the next morning, expecting a pungent whiff of dried sweat, but was surprised to not smell much of anything at all. Ended up wearing them all 3 days and now I wont wear any other brand of base layers.
This is a great baselayer our a close second layer over a lighter baselayer. The microfiber wool is soft and does not cause any irritation when its next to skin. This layer will come on all hunts with me.
I ordered this base layer and it was still really warm out during the day. I wore this layer with the corrugated guide pants and a fleece hood in mid 40's weather. The wicking and cooling worked fantastic. It kept odors at bay even while sweating. The real test was today. It was 20 out when we went into the woods this morning. I sweated while walking up the mountain. I figured I would get cold. I did not. The fabric was perfect. Kept me warm despite being sweaty and it being cold out. I sat from 0545 to 1100 hours with no issues. The afternoon was opposite. Very warm that got cold fast when the temp dropped. I dressed light on the way in and still sweated badly. However, the shirt dried fast and I actually did not need to layer up for an hour after being in the stand, I never had base layers that worked so well before.
The sizes also were on point. Exact fit. I also loved the thumb hole sleeves. This is a fantastic feature while layering. I have light gloves and it helps tie my gloves into the rest of the system. Fantastic job by first light. I need to get my wife a set of this and then the layer for over top for December weather.
I’ve worn this in the heat of the day and the chill of the morning. In all conditions it’s been great. The real money maker is being able to wear it while being active in some surprise heat and not feeling overheated at all and also if a cool wind comes in as the sun is coming down it’s great for keeping you warm enough to stay in the field. Extremely soft and best of all durable.
I got this shirt for the spring turkey season here in Western Oregon. I absolutely love it! I wore a sweatshirt over it first thing in the morning, but then after it warmed up a little bit, the Henley was all I needed. The shirt held up great and I can't wait to use it for this upcoming elk season.
Wanted a Henley as a base layer for November Whitetails, I layer this piece under my Klamath and it's the perfect pairing. I've used it as a single piece outer layer and it does well in certain conditions but I found it's true value as a Base layer. I think anyone would be ok using any of the fuse tops and really it would come down to personal preference with the style. I for one did not want to deal with a zipper in the late season and a crew did not give me the option of opening the shirt up if it became to warm.