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Icebreaker BodyFit 200 Oasis Leggings - Women's


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    All-condition baselayer.

    Icebreaker made its Women's BodyFit 200 Oasis Leggings for the constantly changing conditions of the mountain. The merino wool construction helps keep your legs warm when the wind tries to cut through your ski pants and wicks away moisture on those mogul runs when you start to sweat. Flatlock seams prevent chafing for a comfortable fit next to your skin, while a brushed elastic waistband provides a comfortable fit.

    • A performance baselayer for skiing and snowboarding
    • Merino wool construction for warmth and breathability
    • Brushed elastic waistband and flatlock seams for comfort
    • Form-fitting to enhance thermal efficiency
    • Item #ICE003Q

    Tech Specs

    100% merino wool
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Baselayer of Queens

      I love these new baselayers! They're warm, and move with you when you are active. They definitely feel like a baselayer instead of a stand alone tight though.

      Hi Emery,
      Thank you so much for taking the time to review your Icebreaker Merino Women's Oasis Leggings. We are so pleased you're loving these so much and that they are keeping you toasty warm. If you have any more Icebreaker product questions, be sure to contact a Gearhead. They are the experts related to all things in the outdoors!
      Have a wonderful day,
      Icebreaker Customer Support

      A good go to layer

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Large
      • Weight: 170lbs

      These are my go to layer for a snow day above freezing. They're comfy enough to lounge around the house and the wool doesn't itch me. The band is similar to the icebreaker boy short underwear I own and is a little tight but not uncomfortable.

      Just What I Was Looking For

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: XS
      • Height: 5'3"
      • Weight: 110lbs

      All tech without overtly looking like it! I was looking for a pair of merino tights that could be worn as standalone leggings when I wanted to, and these are perfect. When I'm not wearing them I'll be utilizing them as baselayers while skiing or running.

      I was expecting a slightly thinner material (think thin like Patagonia's Silkweight stuff), but these are more comparable in thickness to the Cap 3 from Patagonia's line - despite the fact that they're not synthetic whatsoever. The merino is just thick-enough without being overwhelming, not to mention it wicks away moisture and dries quickly. I purchased an XS, and they fit great! The length of the legs is pretty darn perfect - think little to no bunching. Admittedly, I was a little wary of how the waist band would fit (simply because I dislike muffin top pinchage and often have to compromise leg fit for waist fit or vice versa), however it fits really quite comfortable. I wear them higher on my hips and wear a 24/25 and XS in Patagonia bottoms across the board for fit reference.

      Warm nice fitting leggings

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: Medium
      • Height: 5'5"
      • Weight: 122lbs

      So far, I have worn these leggings as a base layer under my hiking pants, and they fit great. They have kept me warm on cold days, and, when the weather warmed up, i was still comfortable! They washed very well. (Delicate cycle, hang dry) Very happy with my purchase :)

      My favorite baselayer

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: small
      • Height: 5'8"
      • Weight: 128lbs

      While a little short in the legs, it doesn't bother me as I use these for skiing. They're very warm but not bulky. If it's cold, I wear another pair of wool pants over these and it's not uncomfortable. The waist band is nice and you can't even notice it when you're wearing other pants over these. I have't worn them for too long but they appear to be stretching or sagging in the knees and butt!

      love the fit retention

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size
      • Size Bought: S
      • Height: 5'6"
      • Weight: 127lbs

      i hated how my midweight smartwool baselayer would stretch out so easily. these keep me super warm on active days and retain their fit pretty well too! not itchy at all, and are super cute on.

      Best. Base layer. Ever.

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
      • Fit: True to size

      Thank you to and Icebreaker for hand-selecting me to review this piece of gear for the benefit of the community!!

      OLD PHOTO - but I own full length (pictured), as well as the legless version.

      I said this product runs large because they tend to stretch out. I'm a size 6 in jeans and I have a medium and could potentially pull off a small if I wanted them tighter. It's not spandex. I wouldn't use them to run if you're looking to "hold things in." That said, I don't think I would size down because I'm using it as a base layer, not to run in.

      I've used the full length version under my ski pants (arcteryx shell) and been toasty warm on the west coast and the icy East coast. I would say the coldest it's been would be - 12 with this combo of base layer and shell.

      The legless version is also amazing but better for the fall and spring. I wore them alone with a tshirt and a down jacket on a chilly morning. They gave me the right amount of warmth without being overly hot.

      These things don't smell! My favorite thing about merino wool it it's ability to wick and smell amazing. Ok, maybe not amazing, it is wool after all. But aside from skiing (without washing for a week straight) these rock for hiking for a few days too.

      Seriously, solid base layer.. Wouldn't use anything else.

      Old photo... And I was being Goofy, but they seriously.... Check out my layers...

      Best. Base layer. Ever.

      So cozy...

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
      • Fit: True to size

      I love merino, and I love these leggings. I ordered the lotus color, and they are a darker purple than the picture shows (more like eggplant in person). They are true to size, and well constructed. I will be wearing them as a baselayer for skiing, around the house on chilly days, and under a skirt for running around town.

      What is the difference between Oasis and Everyday products? What features do I get for $30 more in Oasis on top of Everyday?

      Best Answer

      The Oasis fabric is a jersey knit so it has better shape retention and a tighter fit. In comparison the Everyday leggings are a single rib knit so they are a bit looser. You will also get more color options in the Oasis series along with a gusset for mobility.

      They are both 200gm/meter fabric.

      I hope this helps!

      What is the difference between the Icebreaker...

      What is the difference between the Icebreaker Bodyfit 200 Oasis leggings and the Icebreaker Oasis leggings 200 weight? They sound like they might be the same thing, am I missing something?

      Best Answer

      Are you comparing products from BC versus Icebreaker's actual website? I notice that there isn't anything on BC labeled with the prim "Oasis" alone, whereas on IB's official site, there is. However, I'm pretty certain you answered your own question: as far as I can tell, the only different is the labeling of the actual product itself.

      As far as construction and performance, I think it's the same stuff. By the way, having purchased and used IB myself, I would jump at it if you get the opportunity. They do base layers splendidly.

      Where are these manufactured?

      Where are these manufactured?

      Coley, the wool is grown in New Zealand, but the product is actually manufactured in China. Don't let Icebreaker's friendly attitude fool you. I can take a picture of my Icebreaker 206 leggins, if you'd like.