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Patagonia Capilene 2 Lightweight Bottoms

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Patagonia's Capilene 2 Lightweight Bottom is the most breathable synthetic baselayer keeps you dry and comfortable.

- CampSaver.com

The breathable, quick-drying men's Patagonia Capilene(R) 2 Lightweight long underwear bottoms work best as a first layer during high-endurance activities in cool weather. Lightweight, open-knit fabric invites airflow, dries quickly, wicks moisture and works well when layering; fabric features high recycled content. Fabric provides UPF 20 sun protection, shielding skin from harmful ultraviolet rays. Fabric treatment helps deter odors. Offset seams enhance mobility without chafing; gusseted crotch allows freedom of movement. Brushed waistband offers next-to-skin softness; medium rise hits just below the natural waist. The men's Patagonia Lightweight Capilene 2 Lightweight long underwear bottoms feature a slim fit. Functional fly.

- REI

Up for a 4 a.m. start, a blower north wind and a hunker-down in an afternoon deluge, Capilene(R) 2 Lightweight Bottoms are your go-to baselayer. Made of an open-knit 4-oz 100% polyester (54% recycled) they breathe, wick perspiration and dry in a flash, but also insulate beneath layers on chilly days. Details include a brushed elastic waistband for softness, gusseted crotch for unrestrained motion and set-forward side seams to eliminate chafe. With a functional fly and Gladiodor(R) odor control for the garment.

- Patagonia.com

The Patagonia Men's Capilene 2 Lightweight Bottom is Patagonia's most breathable bottom baselayer for trekking in temperate climates or skiing and snowboarding in the spring. Slip this long underwear on and be amazed by the easy movement due to its open knit structure.

- Backcountry.com