Why We Built The WHITESPACE Graphene Midweight Baselayer Bottom
WHITESPACE smartly selected high-emissivity, heat-generating, and odor-halting Graphene fibers for these rider-optimal baselayers. The Graphene Midweight Baselayer Bottom finishes up our first layer 'fits with inherent technology, soft-on-skin brushed fabric, and a relaxed, shred-ready fit. A jacquard waistband and elastic cuffs keep the pants secure without creating a too-tight fit, and a cellphone-sized pocket keeps us connected while we ride.
- Soft and warm baselayer pants crafted with high-tech fibers
- Graphene yarns offer inherent heat creation and temperature control
- Anti-odor properties offer longer-lasting freshness than chemical treatments
- Riding fit and performance stretch enhance range of motion
- Cellphone pocket at hip keeps technology close
- Elastic cuffs and waistband for not-to-snug security
- Item #WIE001B
- Graphene Brushed Knit (76% polyester, 14% Graphene nylon 66, 10% spandex)
- Insulation Weight
- lightweight (130gsm)
- 1 hip (media)
- attribute of Graphene
- snowboard, ski
- Manufacturer Warranty
- limited lifetime
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November 2, 2023
Solid light-weight base layer
- I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Size Bought:
- 5' 4"
I would consider this a light-weight base layer. Fits true to size for me and what I like in a base layer. This base layer is not structured or thick enough to wear on its own, I have the cream color and it is see through and doesn't leave much to imagination if you know what I mean. But it is fitted enough I can wear under jeans which I like for going to hockey games or other outdoor activities that are not snow sports when I would have bibs on over. Since they aren't thick enough to wear on their own, I would suggest getting rid of the cellphone pocket, it's really useless and just adds unnecessary seams.
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