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Enter a new comfy phase in your mountain adventures.

On the chilliest days you spend in the hills, you need a base layer that keeps perspiration away from your skin and insulates you from the cold. So Arc'teryx designed the Women's Phase SV Bottoms to specifically suit this purpose. Phasic SV fabric wicks, dries, and insulates with a fuzzy inner face and smooth outer face. An antimicrobial treatment fends off the smellies when you're stuck in a tent with your pals for a socked-in weekend, and anatomical shaping provides a bunch-free fit.

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5 5

Best Longjohns ever owned

Gosh, I wore these amazing longjohns under my running slacks at 20 degrees fahrenheit and was warm and toasty. Plan to wear them for the Polar Dash along lake Michigan in Chicago January 14, 2012. Thanks for a great product.

5 5

Best Longjohns ever owned

Gosh, I wore these amazing longjohns under my running slacks at 20 degrees fahrenheit and was worm and toasty. Plan to wear them for the Polar Dash along lake Michigan in Chicago January 14, 2012. Thanks for a great product.

5 5

As Promised

I have only used the longjohns for a few weeks now but really like them! They are soft, comfortable and warm. I have worn them xc skiing on cold days, around the house, even as make-shift pyjamas. So far so good! They look good even after washing them which is what I expect from Arcteryx products. Highly recommended!

5 5

expensive but nice

I have a pair of these, and a pair of the Patagonia Capilene 4 (from last year) and I have to say so far I prefer these. One big difference - they don't have a seam that can come undone on the side. They are listed as midweight, but keep me just as warm as any heavyweight base layers that I've worn. The fabric is nice and doesn't make me itch, and they are very flattering (like most arc'teryx clothing.) These also make a nice layer for sleeping with temperature changes.

They are a bit pricey (again, just like the rest of the brand), but I will probably get another pair because of the quality and the fact that these clothes seem to last very well.