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The SmartWool Men's Midweight Boot Top Bottom forges peace between your base layer, socks, and boots. These odor-fighting, non-chafing, softer-than-your-baby-blanket bottoms come in handy for anything from skiing to cold-weather climbing. SmartWool's merino wool wicks better than polypro and stays warm even when wet. The Midweight Boot Top Bottoms feature a regular fly design, flat-locked seams, and a covered elastic waist band.

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5 5

Skierroy

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Wow !! What a great product. Very comfotable and the built in fly is a godsend. I would get another pair.

5 5

The answer for staying warm.

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

I've skied in the Smartwool Medium Weight Boot Top bottoms for a whole season (35 days). They keep you warm when it's below zero and they keep you warm when it's damp and 32. They're soft and the boot length keeps them out of your ski boots. They're a great product.

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I agree. I use mine for other things as well so I wish I would have gotten the full length. But these are great.

5 5

Warm, comfortable, non-stanky

I'm done with synthetic baselayers -- wool is just as warm, dries quickly, and most importantly, DOESN'T STINK after an hour of sweating in it.

Wore these under lightly insulated ski pants on a day where temps ranged from 0F to -10F at Alyeska -- kept my temp perfectly regulated, even when I stopped for lunch in the overly warm hotel.

Highly recommended!