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Let the lightweight merino wool SmartWool NTS Microweight Bottom ensure a dry and comfortable environment inside your ski pant while you skin up and then make turns all the way to the sunny valley floor.
- Next-To-Skin (NTS) microweight merino wool fabric is the lightest of SmartWool's baselayer fabric, which means it's perfect for aerobic exercise in cool to cold weather
- The merino wool regulates your body temperature and resists the build-up of odors during aerobic exercises like ski touring and trail running
- UPF 30-rated fabric prevents burned thighs if you're running in the sun
- Form fit with a natural rise for comfort
- Flatlock seams and smooth Coats Seamsoft thread let you move naturally
- Elastic waistband secures the bottom as you get gnarly on or off the hill
- Fly features contrast bar tacks so you can easily relieve yourself
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Great all-around base
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
These are a great weight for day to day use. They provide enough extra insulation to keep me warm down to about 20 F when I'm walking to/around school, or just around town, but they're thin enough that I'm still comfortable in them once I'm inside. They're my favorite base layer/long underwear that I own because I can wear them literally all day without getting too warm or cold. I love them so much, when I take my pants off at home, I usually keep these on for the rest of the night.
Good for getting around
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I'm a big fan of these, but I use them primarily for walking around town during the winter ( about 20 degrees Fahrenheit). They are really well put together and feel amazing to wear compared to synthetic long underwear I've used. I have a size small and typically wear Levi's 30x30 in jeans and they fit me pretty well.
keeps me toasty
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I just received a pair of these bottoms and had a chance to test them on a 3 mile snow hike in single digit temps in a foot of powder.
I wore them as a base layer under my (insulated) Spider Troublemaker pants. I stayed perfectly warm the entire time without issue. I do wish the bottoms had more elastic in the ankle as I felt that they may ride up my foot over time.