Winner 'best in test' in a comparison of 12 leading base layer brands
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7 tried and tested travel accessories from my latest trip, Paul Johnson
"These garments are incredibly warm and will serve as an excellent base layer in even the most extreme environments...If you're going somewhere adventurous or off-the-beaten track - perhaps cycling, trekking, climbing, camping or skiing - it's highly recommended that you look this one up."
On test: baselayers, Bob Smith
"Awarded 'best in test' in a comparison of 12 leading base layer brands. - "We used it comfortably in a variety of conditions: cold and wet; cool and dry; and it did what was asked of it. The ShoLa is warm enough to be worn on its own on a cool day and makes a good layering base when up in the mountains in poor conditions. The Hima-Layer fabric - geddit? - feels nice and soft too."