Midweight baselayer for cool-weather adventures.
Don't be a casualty to the cold. Pull on the midweight Arc'teryx Women's Phase AR Bottom for extra warmth when cooler days arrive. Constructed using two different, technical fabrics (the Phasic AR and Phasic S), this bottom excels when used as a layer during aerobic activities. More specifically, the Phasic AR fabric retains heat, while the Phasic SL material provides an outlet for a surfeit of sweat.
Additionally, a combination of flatlock seams and gussets behind the knee and in the crotch allow you to move freely, without risk of chafing. The entire bottom contains encapsulated silver ions to reduce odor build-up, though the ions won't change the fact that you ate beans last night. So, grab your ice-climbing pants, ski pants, windproof running pants, or jeans and get outside knowing you'll stay warm in the Phase AR Bottom
- Midweight bottom appropriate for cooler temperatures and high-output activities
- Form-fitting design with gusseted crotch offers a full range of motion
- Technical fabric construction retains heat, yet wicks away sweat
- Sun-protection rating of UPF 50 protects your skin
- Flatlock seam construction eliminates chafing
- Item #ARC00JE
- Q & A
Best base layer!
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
- Fit: Runs large
Bought this for a friend who wore these in Japan back-country skiing. She wore the entire time on her trip in windy and snowy conditions and raved that they kept her warm. Highly recommended.
Nice material - loses shape
I purchased these for an 18 day Aconcagua trip . The material is nice - dense and warm for the weight without being too heavy . The only problem I had - after a day the fabric was all stretched out particularly in the knees and ankles - and did not go back to its original form when I took them off . I suppose if you wear these for a day of skiing is ok but for multi day trips - not so good . The ankles were so big that I had issues getting them to not be all bunch and uncomfortable under my mountaineering boots . My burton mod weight and lightweight layers did not do this and were half the price ...
When I took these out of the box and felt how light they are, I didn't think they were going to be much of a base layer. I wore them hiking on I day I expected to be fairly cool. After hiking 10 mins, I was burning up! These keep you so warm and allow ventilation behind the knees. Love the overall fit! The inseam online says its 29", but these were a bit longer, which is much appreciated for my 6' tall frame
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
I bought these as a baselayer for snowboarding and they are amazing. I'm 5'2.5 about 125 lbs and ordered a small, they fit great. They keep me warm and dry while boarding in cold conditions. I tend to get hot easily and don't like super thick/multiple layers underneath my pants but these are light, breathable, and overall very comfortable. Some baselayers can be itchy/uncomfortable in the seams/tight around the waist but I didn't find any of these issues with the AR bottom. I got the seaglass color and it is true to the image. Would totally buy multiple pairs of these.