Unless you keep it tropical, there’s room in your wardrobe for thermal — and not just for under the covers, where the material used to be relegated. No longer just underwear, thermals are now another basic. Wear it on its own when you need a tad more warmth, or turbo-boost the heat retention properties of your flannels, sweaters and jackets when the weather really dips by wearing that thermal as your base layer. It’ll do its part as an insulator to ensure that the air closest to your body keeps still and stays warm. And like I keep hearing… winter is coming.
And even though thermals of varying quality are now available just about anywhere (I saw one at a Taco Bell gas station once), Warehouse is banking on the fact that their three-button, Japanese-made 100% cotton Henley Waffle Thermal Shirt has enough panache to sway you. While it might sound like a lot for a thermal, but if you look at it another way, it’s not too bad for a Japanese-made shirt.
Available for $74 at The Hill-Side.