Howies' Classic Vail Merino tee is made from merino wool and it's a good, casual option if you're likely to spend the day both on and off the bike.
There's nothing bikey about the cut of this shirt – Howies don't market it as cycle-specific. It's a pretty standard T-shirt shape, albeit fairly slim through the body – which is useful because it doesn't flap around too much when you're riding.
Creux Cycling's Omerta T-shirt is a lightweight treated cotton t-shirt that's perfect for a casual ride where you don't want to end up hot and sticky.
Creux (and others) use dri-release, a treated cotton, which allows designs to be printed on the t-shirt.
This shirt is comfortable and works well as a cycling to work t-shirt or just wearing at the weekend.
This dhb Merino Roundneck base layer is very good indeed for most types of cold-weather riding.
I've been testing the short-sleeve round-neck version. Other merino options from dhb include versions with long sleeves and with long sleeves and a high, zipped neck. The vests are also available in two fabric thicknesses (M 150 and M 190, the numbers refer to the fabric's weight in grams per square metre), and in men's and women's cuts. Oh yeah, and they come in a range of colours too.
Just seen the link along the top...
Will some of the cycling gear be going on soon ?