Icebreaker 150 Ultralite Leggings - Men's

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Fight off chill air and sharp winds by bulking up your baselayers with Icebreaker's Bodyfit 150 Leggings crafted with pure, warm Merino wool. You won't feel the chafe or burn of unwieldy seams thanks to the flat-lock construction while a soft waistband and gusset provide comfort and fluidity of motion.

- Mountain Gear

The Icebreaker Men's BodyFit150 Leggings-we're not sure how they do things in New Zealand, but around here "leggings" sounds like something from a Jane Fonda workout video. Long Johns. Long Underwear, even. But leggings? Come on, we don't think so. Maybe that's why we were able to score a whole bunch of these lightweight long underwear bottoms for cheap. The BodyFit150s breathe well when you're moving, yet keep you toasty when you're on a lift. If you don't know about merino well you haven't been on this site very much, have you?

- Backcountry Outlet

Designed as a super soft cool weather layering piece, the Icebreaker Leggings for Men are an all-season active base layer knit from super-soft merino wool. Odor resistant, moisture wicking, and temperature regulating, the IceBreaker Leggings are the perfect aerobic baselayer.

- Altrec Outdoors

Luxurious lightweight leggings, guaranteed to keep you warm as an undergarment in cooler conditions but with high breathability when you are active. Featuring a soft elastic waistband and gusset for added comfort.Fit: Slim

- Massey's Outfitters

Icebreaker Men's 150 Ultralite Leggings


The Men's 150 Ultralite Leggings has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$38.50 - $69.95

The Icebreaker Men's 150 Ultralite Leggings is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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