Don't let the cold stop you.
When you wake up to two feet of fresh snow and bitter cold temps, pull on the Marmot Men's Harrier Boot Tight and beat the crowds. Made with performance material, this baselayer wicks moisture and dries quickly to keep you warm and comfortable, even while you work up a sweat. A gusseted crotch offers increased mobility as you charge through that fluffy white stuff. Flat-locked seams feel comfortable against your skin, and the 3/4-length works great with ski boots.
- A baselayer designed to layer under boots and a shell
- Technical fabric wicks moisture and dries quickly
- Gusseted crotch increases mobility
- Flatlocked seams help reduce chafing
- Athletic fit for easy layering
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- Q & A
Great product but the Tag mishap
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
- Height: 6'0"
- Weight: 210lbs
Great fit with my Butt. As a skier and hiker, I finally appreciate the length as to not inter fear with the heavy socks. I have a 36/38 waist and ordered large. So true to size and elastic waist line is perfect. After the wash the leg calf tightened to take away the only fear. I would give a 5 star, however, the tag on the back had what appeared like 11 different language tags on it. I din't want wear a book attached to this pants. Was careful to remove with a scissors then razor blade. Still cut in the material and had to sew up. That effort wasn't necessary step, therefore, I'm pouting with a 4 star rather than returning for a new one which the mishap could happen again. Never seen anything like this and I buy plenty of Marmot gear too. Wished I taken a picture.
Great Ski Legging
I recently purchased these for my husband and he loves them! They are a great ski legging. A little loose in the knees, but they hit above his boots so that doesn't matter. He loves not having to pull up his leggings out of his boot-tops and have them bunch. 3/4 leggings forever!
Thin and baggy
This is one size bigger than advertised. I typically wear XL. I got the XL and it fits like old style long johns... loose and baggy. So get a smaller size. It is also quite a thin layer and really doesn't offer much more in insulation value than Lycra