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A moisture-managing, midweight baselayer that's also as supportive as a tight, the Icebreaker GT Base Layer 260 Pursuit Legging Tight is ready for high-aerobic, cold-weather activities. Icebreaker's midweight 260 GT merino offers a body-hugging fit, great for cold-weather runs, or winter ski tours.

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5 5

6'3", 275, XXL. Comfortable.

My second pair of Icebreaker 3/4 length. First pair was the "regular" 260, which I found a little roomy. These have a snugger feel, but are not uncomfortable at all. Love the feel. Skied with them under Arcteryx uninsulated ski pants on a warm 40 degree day, and a cooler 25 degree day. Wicked very well and stayed comfortable with no slipping around my waist. I used to overlap ski socks and long underwear, but no more. Much better stink resistance than UA long underwear. Thinking of ordering another pair while they are on sale. . .

5 5

It's warm, wicks, & smells like roses

I wore these bottoms on a recent winter ascent of Mt. Washington, NH. The temps were hovering around -10F with 40-50mph winds. They wicked and dried incredibly fast. They kept me warm at rest stops, and for the summit photos. I really liked the 3/4 length. It left enough room for a liner and expedition sock without constricting the boot interface. After the climb, draped them over a chair and they dried in about an hour. The next morning, they smelled like I just took them out of the package. Definitely worth the cash. Will never buy another synthetic again.

4 5

Not my favorite but worked

6'0" 200lbs, large quads, and calves. They were warm in yellowstone while I was doing winter photography. Temps were 15f-30f. The problem I had with these leggings were that the calve part kept coming up to my knees and bunching up. That and I had to pull the pants up cause they kept falling down in the back so that I was getting drafts of air on my crack or snow down my pants. I have the regular pair with full leggings and I enjoyed them much better. I would not buy these again.