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Men's Midweight FreeDry® Merino Hybrid Baselayer Pants

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Men's Midweight FreeDry® Merino Hybrid Baselayer Pants



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Live Your Adventure®

The ultimate technical training layer, built for versatility in cold-weather activities. Ultrasoft, premium merino wool is combined in a midweight (175 gram) 48/48/4 blend with cutting-edge performance polyester and spandex.

  • 48% merino wool/48% polyester/4% spandex
  • FreeDry® moisture wicking pulls moisture to surface so skin feels drier
  • Natural odor control of merino wool keeps fibers fresh
  • Care: Turn garment inside out. Machine wash cold, delicate, with like colors.
  • Imported
  • Active: Our most athletic fit. Close to the body without restricting mobility.


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No Fly

By Too old for nicknames

from Illinois

No fly. You need to tug them down when necessary. Annoying and too metro for me. Add a fly and 5 stars all around. Fabric is light and performance is exceptional - I didn't know I had them on. Cuffs hold without binding. 20 mph wind in the 30s not cold or worse overheating while delivering (walking ) mail for 7.5 hours.I'll see if they fit my wife.

  • Gender:
  • Male
  • Height:
  • 5'10"
  • Fit:
  • moderately large
  • Size Type:
  • Regular
  • What will you be using this product for?:
  • Walking

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