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Lessen your laundry and your packing load.

The thin, soft, lightweight merino wool in the Icebreaker Women's Nature 150 Bikini Underwear makes these skivvies ultra-sweet for weeklong backpacking trips, super-sweaty ski tours, and light-packing overseas adventures.
  • Merino naturally regulates your body temperature and handles odor so you can wear these skivvies day after day in the backcountry without offending your tent-mates
  • Lightweight, thin merino wool feels super smooth against your skin
  • Low rise in front and back to suit your low-rise snow-pants, hiking shorts, jeans, and skirts
  • 7mm Elastic finish at waist and leg openings lays flat and doesn’t rub

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5 5

My favorite

Between these and the Smartwool Hiphuggers - http://www.backcountry.com/smartwool-microweight-hiphugger-underwear-womens I have gone back and purchased several pairs. I love them. I rinse them after hiking for the day and they're dry and like-new in the morning. The only thing that I don't like about these compared to the SmartWools is that there's a little bit of extra fabric in the back for me and I have an average (if not bigger) booty. Overall though, these are great!

5 5

Great

These are really great. Nice, simple, comfortable. Quite light so they work well for hotter weather too. They wash well, have a good shape, and they don't ride. I wish I could replace all of my underwear with these.

2 5

Not enough hold...

Simply put, it doesn't have enough hold for my bum - this would've promptly assumed wedgie status for me. I will stick w/my patagonia poly bikini undies.

4 5

Like this underwear but....

I am 5'6", 130 lbs and usually wear M in clothes. The S in these fit. I also wear S in Patagonia underwear. I bought the Icebreaker underwear because I loved the Icebreaker retreat tank so much and decided to try the underwear. They are comfortable but feel a little loose/insecure compared to the Patagonia underwear I usually wear which is more stretchy and snug fitting- I use these for everyday wear, but don't know how they would do for exercising - ie would they stay in place...

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I'm wondering about size: I usually wear...

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I'm wondering about size: I usually wear a L in icebreaker shirts, but my "low hip" is 40 in, which according to the size chart for these says a M. Anybody have suggestions about fit?

5 5

search is over

I've tried a LOT of brands of underwear, and these are finally absolutely right. I took two pair with me for four months on the Pacific Trail, they lasted like new and were so comfortable always- heat, wet, snow, the works. Wash and dry fast, in fact wearing them wet after swimming they dry really fast while you hike. And best of all, I can forget I have them on, they fit that well. I'm 135lbs. most of the time, and 5'6", size medium in these. Now I never wear any other kind.

5 5

The BEST!

Yep, amazing... great fit, hold up well ( I don't put mine in the dryer) and very comfortable. They stay put and don't ride up or fall down. Best thing is they don't hold odor, so never stinky even after a trek. Fast drying, so easy to rinse when traveling. They may be expensive, but worth EVERY penny!

5 5

Suprised

Not itchy at all even though it's at the most sensitive area. Perfect fit; not tight and not loose. Soft yet sturdy. Also the curved style is extremely flattering. I can't believe I spent thirty bucks and I'm going to spend another thirty on another pair. It's that good.
Update: I'm not sure why but a hole developed right in the middle in the front, where nothing rubs against it. Hopefully it's just one pair with this problem.