Lightweight InsulationLightweight Insulation
Use the Marmot Lightweight Bottom as a warm-weather insulating piece or pair it with other layers for year-round warmth and performance. Polartec Power Dry wicks moisture away, and Cocona fibers prevent odors from accumulating in the fabric over time.
  • Polartec Power Dry performance fabric wicks well, dries quickly, breathes like a champ, and retains just the right amount of warmth for cool shoulder-season days
  • Embedded elastane provides extra stretch for unrestricted mobility
  • Cocona fibers embedded in fabric are derived from natural sources (coconuts) and provide long-lasting odor resistance to prevent smells from accumulating in fabric
  • Marmot UpCycle tech means that the product features polyester made from recycled materials
  • Flatlock stitching helps reduce chafing
  • Gusseted inseam provides added mobility

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4 5

Solid for Marmot

I am not the the biggest fan of Marmot, but they are alright. I'm 5'11" 170 lbs., the only negative I have the Large size I have is made for somebody who is 6'2". I just need to them up a little so they don't pinch inside my ski boots. I got them for a good deal so I'm not complaining.

4 5

Great but strange fit

These are really comfy and pretty warm. Used them as a base under pants and was fine while sitting around camp at around 35 degrees. Usually I just use them as my sleep layer. I'm 5'10" and 140ish and the small fits well. My one gripe is the just slip down. No matter how high I hike them when I bend over there is definitely some ass crack showing. I guess maybe a little too tight? They're comfy so I just go with it

im 5'11" and weigh 170 lbs., what size...

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im 5'11" and weigh 170 lbs., what size should i get? i usually wear a size 32 or 33 waist in jeans or normal pants.im torn between a M and a L. their website kind of says i could go either way, but i dont know with a base thats kind of form fitting like this. thanks

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I'd go with the L as you will get better movement from it. At 5'10 165 I feel like the M for me is just right and since you are slightly taller and heavier the L would likely work better for you. Additionally the stretchiness will give you a pretty good fit .

5 5

simple for me,...

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I'm 5'11" & 175-80 lbs,, it works for me quite well, I'm happy.

2 5

Too small, constricting

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

At 6'1 and under 160 pounds, the medium was really tight. Mobility was nearly impossible around the upper legs and crotch if you were doing anything other than stoically walking (I thought I would rip these if I kept 'em around). I also noticed the elasticity/give wasn't the greatest on the entire garment. Returning.

5 5

Perfect

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

They fit great and are a very effective bay layer.