Hanes X-Temp Thermal Henley

Hanes
X-Temp Thermal Henley

Item "#25440
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Hanes X-Temp Thermal Henley (25440):

  • Soft, waffle-knit Hanes Henley shirt
  • X-Temp™ technology keeps you cool and dry
  • Thermal shirt features long sleeves for maximum warmth
  • Sturdy seams for added stretch and durability
  • Seams are flat to prevent chafing
  • Tagless for itch-free comfort
  • Retains size and shape
  • Purchase a size up for a roomier fit

 

The Hanes X-Temp™ Thermal Henley puts your comfort into high gear with a comfy fabric that adapts to the environment's temperature to keep you cool and dry every day. Featuring a tag-free design and flat no rub seams, this Hanes thermal features all the properties you need to make this winter as warm and cozy as possible. To complete the set, pair with the X-Temp™ Thermal Pants (25442). Also available as a Crew Neck (25439) and Union Suit (25443).  

 

Materials: cotton/polyester

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2.3

(based on 3 reviews)

33%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Reviewed by 3 customers

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2.0

Incorrect sizes

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from Undisclosed

These shirts are sized too small. Medium has always been 42-44 and Large 44-46. Has Hanes now decreed new standards? I have t return my entire order and ask for XL when I really need an L.

 
4.0

Good as expected

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from Irmo, SC, United States

Got this in this morning, six days from when I placed the order. For underwear, the size seems on point. It is lightweight and soft to the touch, like I wanted. The consistency feels flexible and durable. Haven't worn it yet, but I've never been let down by Hanes products. Sure it will keep me warm and wear perfectly under my other garments.

(6 of 6 customers found this review helpful)

 
1.0

getting cheaper and cheaper made too light

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from Manhattan, New York, NY, United States

where are the heavy weight version of these I used to buy? some has soft cotton inside the line is going down in quality why is that assuming people won't spend a bit more for quality?

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a perfect match