I came in looking for a nice base layer I could rewear indoors constantly without it getting smelly or having to wash it a bunch of times. I've had plenty of experience with merino wool through zip hoodies and shirts from icebreaker and liked it, so I decided to try woolx for their stylish v-neck cuts and simple colors. I don't mind a little roughness to my merino wool, but these shirts are so silky and smooth that I was surprised. I'm 5'8" 130lbs with an athletic build and got a small in the heathered purple color, and it fits with plenty of wiggle room, and even accommodates my wider than average shoulders, which is amazing. Sleeves that actually can reach my wrists?? Unheard of. Well, they're still slightly short, but honestly it's better than 99% of my other shirts. I can't speak to how durable it is when put under heavy abuse on long backpacking trips, but I assume it's like other 100% merino wool items where you should cover it up with something to prevent snagging and ripping. Merino wool is wonderful but it's inherently fragile. Still, as a wfh uniform, it can withstand months of constant wear around the house and on light errands outdoors without picking up a single odor (with the caveat that I don't smell much when I sweat to begin with). It just came out of the wash for the first time after an east bay winter looking in good shape (when I protected it with a laundry bag and laid flat to dry, just in case). There is kind of a halo of short fibers on the shirt that might be concern for pilling in the future, but it seems to be alright for now. I'd recommend giving these a shot.