Double Layer Thermal Bottom
Description / What it’s For
With anti-microbial protection, these thermal bottoms keep you feeling fresh. The polyester, merino wool and cotton blend fabric is soft, warm and durable. The full roomy seat delivers a comfortable fit.
Features / How it works
50% POLYESTER, 25% MERINO WOOL AND 25% COTTON
SOFT ABSORBENT FABRIC FOR WARMTH, COMFORT AND DURABILITY
FULL ROOMY SEAT
Machine wash and dry
Double Layer Thermal Bottom is rated out of 5 by 4.
Rated 5 out of 5 by hersh from Comfortable and warm Going to buy another pair when it goes on sale....
Date published: 2018-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by FilmTechician from First and only pair I picked these up 5 years ago after my first winter working out in Toronto winters, anywhere from -10C to -30C & colder. They are as warm as any base layer and maybe more comfortable (wool is very cozy and it doesn’t itch), the fit is comfy, fantastic odor control and it exhausts moisture well. The material is even stylish to boot. I purchased a 2nd smaller size after loosing some weight and now dual layer them for extreme cold conditions and it’s top notch! I find they fit true to size but the cut may seem less ergonomic/sporty/tight: tighter in the legs and very roomy in the crotch . . . It doesn’t affect their performance or comfort so it doesn’t bother me. It did when I was wearing a size too large, as the roomy crotch bunched up under my pants so I sized down and they are perfectly comfortable again.
Date published: 2017-11-11
Rated 5 out of 5 by OpsPops from Gave Them As a Christmas Gift My 88 year old father loves them. He can go outside, sit and have a cigarette or two and stay warm.
Date published: 2017-01-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by jc123 from Great warmth, strange cut These are great for cold weather. Walking to work in really cold temperatures is much easier with these, they keep you nice and warm but doesn't overheat you over the day. These fit a little large, so you may need 1-2 sizes smaller like I did. The only issue is the strange cut. I find it very high in the front, almost to the bottom of my rib cage if I pull them all the way up, and then the back is about in line with the top of my pants. I am an odd body shape, so maybe it's just me.
Date published: 2016-12-28