When the frost is nipping at your toes, nose, and everywhere between, pull on the Minus 33 Men's Kancamangus Midweight Bottom. These 100% merino wool midweight insulating pants are ideal for cold-weather excursions into the backcountry due to the naturally breathable and antimicrobial qualities of merino wool.
- Merino wool
- Naturally antimicrobial
- Form fitting
- Flatlock seams
- Machine washable
- Item #MNU000D
- Q & A
Minus 33 Men's Kancamangus Midwt. Bottom
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XL
- Height: 6'0"
- Weight: 150lbs
I had previously bought the SmartWool NTS bottoms. This was my first Minus 33 purchase. I have worn the Kancamangus for several weeks. The only thing I don't like about them is the looseness of the leg/ankle cuffs. The legs tend to ride up, and I have to pull them back down. That is aggravating, but overall I am very satisfied with this quality garment.
Perfect ski bottom
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
I have skied in these for the last 6 years from 6-20+ days skiing, then another 20+ days under waders for fly fishing. They are super easy care, machine wash and dry. I like the fit also, not compression and not baggy. And being 100% merino SUPER comfy!
Kangamangus Midweight Bottom
100% 18.5 Micron Merino Wool
230 g/m2 Interlock knit construction
Flat lock seams to prevent chafing
Machine washable and machine dryable
Weight of Garment Size Large = 10.2 oz. (290 grams)
Need help with sizing. I looked at size chart for this item. My boys wear 30 x 32. I am afraid the small will be to short in inseam for them. How does this run in the waist? I have read some reviews on other sights that say waistband runs tight on this product. My boys are 6' and very thin. Thank you for your immediate response.
I have found the waist bands to be comfortably snug. I am between a 32 and 34 and I wear a 34. It is a bit long for me, like maybe an inch or so, but not a big deal at all. I have to say I love them and have used them for the last several years.