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    Canada: Merino baselayers (Minus33)

    Hi,
    So I did some binge shopping on merino a while back and bought too much, and have some items I've washed, but never used.

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    http://www.minus33.com/catalog#men-gender

    Men's Lightweight Boxer Briefs - Black - Small - $20
    Men's Lightweight Bottoms - Black - Small - $30
    Men's Lightweight Short Sleeve Crew Neck T-Shirt - Dark Gray Heather - Small - $25
    Men's Full Length Wool Socks - Medium - $5

    Or buy it all for $70
    I can get some pictures, but items are new, washed once, but never worn.

    Shipping extra to wherever you want it.

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    Just chiming in as an impartial bystander (because they're too small for me)...

    Minus33 gear is solid. As far as merino goes, I don't know of any better comfort or performance for the price. Their long sizes suit me (as a tall guy), but in my experience they're better than Patagonia, on par w/ Icebreaker IMO, but not quite up to Outlier.

    Definitely a great value and highly recommended.

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    I second that...might I add and very expensive as well! This looks like a very good deal, and great time of year to buy... if they were only a size medium!!!

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    Not sure about the bump rules, but it's been a week and on page 4, so I hope this is ok.

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    I'll second that Minus 33 makes a great product. I bought some last year and wore it all through the winter. I got a lightweight short-sleeve top that I hike in all the time. Good stuff and this is a really good deal for someone.

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    Found someone not on HF who's interested, info sent.

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    SOLD
    Thanks mrcheviot

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