Well my long serving RAB Dry-Flo base layer is a little worse for wear after 10 years of abuse. Its synthetic but never seems to smell (literally never even after days of use), its not super thin but is good for year round use and fits tall lanky me very well. Any reccomendations for long bodied repacenent please? I'm not a huge fan of merino so synthetic is preferred and RAB's newer stuff all seems lighter duty / less durable.
It's possibly not quite what you're after but I found some synthetic Kipsta baselayers in Decathlon to be very long-bodied and long-armed. I think it's a Kipsta Keepdry 500. They're very cheap but they do start to smell a bit.
I work outdoors and wanted something cheap and trashable and they've more than done the job. I've not qualms wearing them for running/biking or climbing, but I might change before I go to the pub afterwards...
Decathlon for me too. Wander around the aisles because they have different cuts for different sports and what you might be looking for is not necessarily where you'd expect it. Kipsta is football, Kalenji is running, van rysel is cycling, etc Lots of different necklines and weights of fabric. None of my stuff smells.
At 6 feet tall, 38 inch chest 32 waist and 11.5 stone I wear a large - which is a good snug fit that lets you pull the sleeves up.
French climber Seb Bouin has made the first ascent of a new 9b/+ at Pic Saint-Loup, France. The route is 50m in total and breaks down into a 9a+, followed by a Font 8A+ boulder problem. He has named the route Beyond Integral.