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Salomon S-Lab Exo Tight - Men's

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    A muscle-supporting baselayer for cold-weather pursuits.

    Normal baselayers don't compare to the Salomon Men's S-Lab Exo Tight.  Innovative Exo Sensifit Stability Smart Skin combines stability with agility to provide support in key areas, like the knees, while still allowing flex. Its Actilite E Jersey fabric wicks moisture and dries quickly when you work hard on a winter run, a skate-ski session, a bump run at the resort, or a dawn patrol.

    • Actilite E Jersey with Exo sensifit stability overlays
    • Skin fit
    • Flatlocked seams
    • Item #SAL004E

    Tech Specs

    ActiLite E Jersey (80% nylon, 20% elastane), [overlay] Exo Sensifit
    Recommended Use
    nordic skiing, skiing, running
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    I bought a pair for use as cold weather running tights (not a base layer - just tights), thinking they were thermals akin to 2XU or CW-X insulators. But, they seem to be mighty thin. What's the typical use case for these? Are they intended to be worn beneath another layer (e.g., wind pants)? TIA, LP

    Lawrence, Not sure why you have not heard a response, but these are a pretty tech driven piece. Intended to support muscles and offer a bit of compression to fight fatigue. On the Salomon site, they say this, "to provide postural and muscle support in key areas, even knee stability for maximum skiing performance." I would definitely use these under a shell pant or light XC pant for cold runs/skis or under my alpine pants as a way to maximize my efficiency on a long day on the hill. These do not offer much in the way of insulation; more support, less warmth.