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The utility of the Icebreaker Men's 260 Midweight Legless Bottoms makes them the perfect choice for all types of activities. From cold weather runs to powder days at the ski hill, these midweight, calf-length wool tights are the perfect base layer for an active day. The -length cut eliminates overlap with your socks and the resulting boot pinch or chafe from the overlap. The pure merino construction keeps them breathable and performance minded in all conditions. Wool is naturally odor resistant and moisture wicking, so you don't need additives to make these tights functional.
- Altrec Outlet refers to the men's version
Bodyfit260 The original Icebreaker, this outstanding fabric is the warmest and most breathable performance base layer in the world. For cold to very cold conditions, ideal for all winter sports. 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 260 Legless Features: Gusset for ease of movement Fits close to the body Icebreaker pip label
- Teton Village Sports refers to the men's version
Discontinued . An ideal weight for cold-weather wear, Icebreaker's Bodyfit 260 legless bottoms are made of 100% merino wool to offer temperature-regulating, moisture-wicking and odor-resistant comfort. Available Colors: BLACK. Sizes: S, XL, 2XL, L.
- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version
For serious boot wearing occasions (like tramping, skiing or snowboarding), Icebreaker's Legless 200's are specially designed 3/4 length leggings that can't be beaten. Warm, soft, comfortable and odour resistant, the Legless is an ideal garment for active wear in cold conditions.
- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version
Shin bang can keep you off the mountain for days, but the midweight merino wool Icebreaker BodyFit 260 Legless Bottom insulates efficiently without all that excess fabric on the ankle that tends to bunch up and cause problems.
- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version