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Smartwool Midweight Bottom - Women's

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Midweight Bottom

The SmartWool Women's Midweight Bottom has done a great job of keeping you warm and comfortable all day under your ski pants, so why put it away when the lifts close? It makes a fantastic après-ski legging when paired with a skirt (down skirt, perhaps?) and your fun, furry winter boots. In this new guise, you can enjoy the cozy merino wool into the wee hours, before you get up and do it all again the next day. Good thing wool has natural anti-odor properties, since it looks like this bottom is going to be getting a lot of use this vacation.

  • Soft merino midweight bottoms for insulation in cold weather
  • Merino wool wicks moisture and naturally inhibits odor
  • Wide waistband is comfortable and flattering
  • Flatlock seams go easy on your skin
  • UPF 50 protection blocks the sun before it can fry your skin
  • Item #SWL0822

merino wool (250g/m2)
Insulation Weight
yes, natural attribute of merino wool
Claimed Weight
6.7 oz
Recommended Use
skiing, hiking
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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These slip on nicely and feel warm. However, I was was shocked at how much it wedges into backside. I believe the technical term is hungry bum. Not an attractive look.


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and is the deep sea heather a straight blue, or does it have a green tinge? so hard to tell on the screen!

This one I'd say is really just blue! Like a dark teal blue.


is the aubergine heather more of a dark red or a purple?

It kind of has some purple-ish to it... But I'd call it more of a dark red! Like "burgundy" or "red wine".

I'd definitely call it more of a royal purple but with a little red wine mixed in :)