32 Degrees HEAT Undershirt for $6.99

Here’s a good find. For those looking for a warm undershirt you can wear in winter or in colder climates, check out the 32 Degrees HEAT undershirt from Costco.

My wife was there the other day and came across a 32 Degrees HEAT, Men’s long sleeve crew neck undershirt, and it was only $6.99.

The great thing about this undershirt is that the fabric blend includes a good amount of acrylic fibers, which provides insulation/warmth similar to or better than wool without the itchy scratchiness.

I’ve tried Merino Wool Undershirts before. But I wasn’t too impressed to be honest. They just weren’t very comfortable.

The only other warm undershirt I’ve come across is the Uniqlo Heattech Undershirt, which I’m a pretty big fan of.

That said, the 32 Degrees HEAT undershirt from Costco is pretty badass too.

Fit and feel are really nice.

Sleeves may be a tad long for me, though. But as a base layer that I’d be mostly wearing in cold-weather situations, the extra length isn’t an issue for me.

It has more acrylic content in it, which implies it may keep you even warmer than the Uniqlo Heattech.

Though, if I recall correctly, the Uniqlo Heattech undershirt may be a little thicker, so I’ll have to do some testing to be sure.

32 Degrees HEAT Undershirt

  • Available at: Costco ($6.99), Amazon (link), eBay, Macy’s, plus more retailers
  • More info: 32degreesheat.com
  • Color: Heather Navy (Costco), other colors available too
  • Sizes: S-XL
  • Fabric: 48% Acrylic, 48% Polyester, 4% Spandex
  • Other: Anti-static, odor resistant

Photo of a 32 Degrees HEAT Undershirt.

Undershirt package.

 

2 thoughts on “32 Degrees HEAT Undershirt for $6.99”

  1. Hey Tug,

    I have been wearing the Uniqlo Heat Tech grey v-neck undershirt now going into my second winter with them.

    Although I have not needed them this winter but a very few days because the weather has been less cold so far.

    I am very satisfied with them and that you can get them in v-neck style.

    Have you heard of a v neck in the 32 degree in gray? If they make that style I would try one out for sure, but I could not find one as of yet.

    Reply
    • heya chris!

      yeah, heattech is pretty solid for sure, but i’m pretty happy i found this brand.

      i have a suspicion this brand, or the people behind it are directly trying to compete with uniqlo’s offerings.

      they’ve got weatherproof, heat, and cool versions of their gear, which does have a strong correlation to some of the uniqlo’s offerings.

      i don’t think they have a short sleeve v-neck though. just long sleeve crews right now.

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