Icebreaker 200 Lightweight Legless

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Icebreaker's Men's 200 Lightweight Legless page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Active hikers and skiers understand the beauty of a -length tight like the Icebreaker 200 Lightweight Bodyfit Legless Bottoms for men. These calf-length tights let you wear hiking or ski socks without creating overlap with your base layers and thereby reducing chafe and pinch potential. It's a small thing, but it makes a big difference. The 100% merino wool offers unmatched breathability and moisture wicking to deliver excellent base layer functionality. Icebreaker adds an inseam gusset and a comfy waistband to give you all-day comfort and mobility.

- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version

Bodyfit200 Perfect activewear for mountain biking, hiking, snowsports, and everyday use. Bodyfit200 has 25% more merino than Bodyfit150, so is warmer when it's cold and resists odour for longer. For serious boot wearing occasions (like tramping, skiing or snowboarding), these specially designed 3/4 length leggings can't be beaten. Warm, soft, comfortable and odour resistant, the Legless is an ideal garment for active wear in cold conditions. Icebreaker BF 200 Legless Features: Gusset for ease of movement Fits close to the body Flatlock stitching

- Teton Village Sports refers to the men's version

For serious boot wearing occasions (like tramping, skiing or snowboarding) these specially designed 3/4 length leggings are spot on.

- refers to the men's version

Discontinued . Soft and lightweight, Icebreaker's Bodyfit 200 base layer tights feature moisture-wicking, temperature-regulating merino wool -- the perfect material for layering in cool weather. Available Colors: BLACK, CARGO. Sizes: S, M, L, XL, 2XL.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

Icebreaker 200 Lightweight Legless

previously retailed for:
$20.99 - $69.95

The Icebreaker 200 Lightweight Legless is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 5, 2015 at Sierra Trading Post.

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