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This Women’s Shirt is a great product from REV'IT!’s base layer collection. A baselayer, or under layer, is as the name suggests the first layer of clothing you wear closest to your skin, underneath your motorcycle clothing. Depending on your needs, a base layer can offer warmth during cold days while absorbing and evaporating sweat or keep you cool and fresh during warm days. Either way, with the right layers your ride will be comfortable.
This Grey REV'IT! Shirt has a Cooling function. Tip! Are you wearing a leather suit or leather motorcycle clothing and can putting it on and taking it off sometimes be a hassle? Then we recommend wearing this REV'IT! base layer. Thanks to the extra layer you’re wearing, the suit won’t stick to your skin and switching clothes will be a piece of cake.
Even though an underlayer is not always visible, it completes your outfit. With this REV'IT! Shirt you’re ready for great rides on your bike, whether it’s on the track, on the road or off-road. Is this Grey Shirt not the one you’re looking for? Or are you looking for different types of underlayers from REV'IT!? Check out our collection of base layers to see if there’s one that fits your wants and needs.
A base layer is the bottom layer of your clothing set and is therefore worn directly on the skin. You wear a midlayer over a base layer (or over your normal t-shirt) and mainly works as an extra heat-insulating layer.
That differs: base layers are available with a cooling function, a heating function or a temperature-regulating function. They also prevent you from sticking to your motorcycle gear and increase wearing comfort.
A midlayer often serves as a replacement for a built-in thermal liner in a jacket (or as an addition if it is missing). A midlayer has better insulating properties and keeps you nice and warm.
A cooling base layer moves perspiration away from your skin, so you can continue to sweat and your body can lose its heat. Note: a cooling base layer does not make you sweat less!
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