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Decent (and non sweaty) makes of thermals

(16 Posts)
babysaurus Wed 31-Aug-11 23:01:58

Having moved from the south west to the grim north I am now, admittedly a bit prematurely, bracing myself for winter.
I have worn thermals a bit and have found some better than others. (Some can be a bit sweaty iyswim). I don't have a large budget, but am willing to spend a little bit more if I can for something that will last forever but would prefer cheaper if poss.
Any recommendations....?

tulpe Wed 31-Aug-11 23:37:58

On really cold days I wear Icebreaker long sleeve tees. They are 100% merino wool and wash & wear really well. They are expensive as they are proper tech gear (I wear them when I ski) but they are worth the money. You can sometimes find them in TK Maxx at a fraction of the price.

accessorizequeen Thu 01-Sep-11 09:02:51

Theres another thread on this here. I bought my mum one from Cambridge Baby and she loved it. Hth.

fishie Thu 01-Sep-11 09:03:53

uniqlo heattech. marvellous and cheap.

Alibabaandthe80nappies Thu 01-Sep-11 09:08:23

I have a couple of long sleeved Mountain Warehouse thermals - they are a high scoop neck though so not suitable to wear under lots of things.
Marks and Spencer do a good range of vests, camisoles etc which I had a couple of last year - I am planning to get some new ones as I'm considerably smaller this year!

Alibabaandthe80nappies Thu 01-Sep-11 09:09:03

Tulpe - where do you get your icebreakers from?

worldgonecrazy Thu 01-Sep-11 09:34:32

I found some silk thermals on ebay and they are great. They were imported from America and were about £30 a set.

RandomMess Thu 01-Sep-11 09:37:45

I got silk mix thermals from marks and spencer they are fab.

Lilymaid Thu 01-Sep-11 09:40:47

I've invested in some silk long johns to go under trousers. They have been excellent under work trousers, jeans and ski trousers. My work colleagues recommend the Uniqlo thermals - I tried to order some in the bad weather last year, but they were out of stock, so order early!

orangina Thu 01-Sep-11 09:54:56

I second uniqlo heattech. Marvellous.

FreeButtonBee Thu 01-Sep-11 10:00:43

I second M&S silk mix thermals. They are awesome and nice and fine to wear under other things ( I wear them to work under dresses and nice blouses).

Icebreaker ones are nice for a more casual look.

babysaurus Thu 01-Sep-11 10:16:45

Thanks for all the replies, ladies!
I had had a look at the Heatech one's but wondered if they might fall under the 'sweaty' category, but it appears not! I will also keep an eye out for Icebreaker too, and if not, I'll go to M&S.
Thanks again

TapselteerieO Thu 01-Sep-11 10:23:21

M&S don't have the silk termals online at the moment, how much are they?

I heard this morning that autumn started in July this year (Scotland), and we are in for another big freeze - I feel the cold due to poor circulation, so really want some decent thermals, I have a good merino t-shirt which I think I bought in t.k maxx.

babysaurus Thu 01-Sep-11 10:36:09

I found the same re the M&S silk mix one's. Hopefully they will have them soon

HellonHeels Thu 01-Sep-11 11:04:38

I've bought Icebreaker from here and also from outdoors shops, Cotswold stocks it.

babysaurus Thu 01-Sep-11 11:29:56

thank you!

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