SmartWool Men's Microweight Bottom

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SmartWool Microweight Bottom
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SmartWool Microweight Bottom - You may have years of training under your belt (and maybe a couple trophies to your name), but the sun saps strength from professionals as well as neophytes. The moisture-wicking technology of the Microweight Bottom will keep you cool and performing at your peak.
NTS (Next To Skin) Microweight fabric feels soft against your skin and can handle hot weather with ease.
Merino wool naturally repels odor, wicks away moisture, and dries quickly.
Flatlock-stitched seams for smooth, soft comfort against your skin.
UPF 30+ sun protection.
Stretch jersey-knit leggings.
Form fitting with a classic mid rise.
Functional fly.
Smooth elastic waistband.
Coats Eloflex® thread at cuffs offer resilient stretch with improved durability.
Printed logo wraps the waistband.
100% New Zealand Merino wool.
Machine wash warm and tumble dry low.
Imported.

Fit:

  • Form fit with a natural rise for comfort

Fabric:

  • Fully Functional Fly With Contrast Color Bartacks At Fly Opening And Internal Stitching Detail
  • Coats Eloflex® thread at bottom hem openings for increased durability
  • UPF 30-rated fabric prevents burned thighs if you're running in the sun
  • The merino wool regulates your body temperature and resists the build-up of odors during aerobic exercises like ski touring and trail running
  • Next-To-Skin (NTS) microweight merino wool fabric is the lightest of SmartWool's baselayer fabric, which means it's perfect for aerobic exercise in cool to cold weather
  • Flatlock seam construction eliminates chafing

Waistband:

  • Smooth Embossed Logo Elastic Waistband
  • Elastic waistband secures the bottom as you get gnarly on or off the hill

Weather and Wind:

  • Flatlock seams and smooth Coats Seamsoft thread let you move naturally

Features:

  • Fly features contrast bar tacks so you can easily relieve yourself
  • Knit in Vietnam
  • Jersey knit; UPF 30
Rock/Creek Outfitters

Redesigned for 2012, the men's Smartwool Microweight Bottom features a smooth embossed logo elastic waistband, traditional fly and flatlock seam construction that eliminates chafing.


Mountain Gear
Minimalism at its best, SmartWool's Microweight Bottoms are crafted using ultra light Merino wool and innovative construction that maximizes the benefits of the fabric since it puts the garment as close to your skin as possible.

Backcountry.com

Let the lightweight merino wool SmartWool NTS Microweight Bottom ensure a dry and comfortable environment inside your ski pant while you skin up and then make turns all the way to the sunny valley floor.


USOutdoor.com
The SmartWool Microweight Bottom keep in the heat when the temperatures plummet. Flatlock seam construction and a form fit makes these the perfect comfortable addition to your winter wardrobe.
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Also available for: Women
Back Rise:17 in
Fabric Weight:Microweight
Fabrics/Materials:100% Merino Wool
Fit:Form Fit - Natural Rise
Front Rise:12 in
Inseam:29" / 74 cm
Leg Opening:10 in
Material:100% Merino Wool
Size M/Inseam:29" (74cm)
Style:Full Length
Type:Underwear
Weight:5.47 oz / 155 g
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SmartWool Microweight Bottom Review:

Reviews:

I just received a pair of these bottoms and had a chance to test them on a 3 mile snow hike in single digit temps in a foot of powder.
I wore them as a base layer under my (insulated) Spider Troublemaker pants. I stayed perfectly warm the entire time without issue. I do wish the bottoms had more elastic in the ankle as I felt that they may ride up my foot over time.

kzoodan at Backcountry.com on 02/04/2013