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Wear your Helly Hansen Women's long underwear pant next to your skin next time you ski, snowboard, or bag a peak.

Next time you hike a ridge for telemark turns, pull on your Helly Hansen Women's Pant to stay dry. These base-layer bottoms dry quickly and wick perspiration, so you stay comfortable no matter how hard you work or play. Since they're also antimicrobial, these pants won't stink after a day in the backcountry.

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  • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit:True to size

These are thin, they tear easy, they're UGLY in pink, and I could not for the life of me get stains out. The material feels synthetic, which isn't something I normally complain about but somehow, it's like someone captured the feeling of a slightly static-y bedsheet and wove it into an ugly, dippled pink fabric. And that fabric is the exclusive material used in the making of these thermal underpants. I used them for one 3 month summer in Alaska and threw them out. I fortunately got them on sale but man these suck.



  • Gender:Female
  • Familiarity:I've used it several times

Ok product. My biggest issue was having to pull them up all the time and I really dislike that. As pros, I love the color, and it seems to keep me warm and comfotable in 20-30 degrees F.

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