Patagonia Wool 2 Bottoms - Women's

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Lightweight with a luxurious hand, Wool 2 Bottoms are excellent insulators. Their brushed, folded-over waistband feels soft against the skin and features flat-locked seams to reduce chafe.Wool has natural odor-resisting qualities, is highly insulative when wet, exceptionally durable, and offers built-in stretchFlat-lock seams with fine gauge thread eliminate irritation from seamsBrushed, branded elastic on interior waistband for next-to-skin comfortWeight: 113 g. (4 oz.)Closeout

- Second Ascent

Patagonia's Wool 2 Bottoms naturally wick moisture away from your skin as a baselayer, while keeping your core temp balanced.

- Mountain Gear

On Sale. Free Shipping. Patagonia Women's Wool 2 Bottoms (Spring 2009) The Women's Wool 2 Bottoms by Patagonia are a merino wool baselayer designed for a wide range of exertion levels and temperatures. Features: Eco-washed merino wool resists odor naturally, insulates even when wet, is durable and stretches; provides superior performance and softness without the use of environmentally harmful chlorine; extra-fine-gauge yarn and jersey-knit construction provide luxurious hand A brushed elastic waistband and offset inseams prevent irritation Machine wash cold, lay flat to dry Slim fit (5.1 oz) 144 g

- Moosejaw

Sleek and supple with just enough heft to stave off autumn's chill, Wool 2 Bottoms are the perfect first layer for misty morning walkabouts. A soft, combed waistband scoops just below the natural waist for comfort and bunch-free layering; forward-set side seams won't irritate beneath a waist belt or harness. Made from 100% chlorine-free merino wool in a fine pointelle weave that breathes to keep you ventilated. Machine-washable. Made in USA.Wea re confident that our wool is the best in the world for use as a moisture-managing baselayer. And it is exceptionally soft against the skin, naturally odor resistant and machine washable. Ideal Uses Sierra Traverses Winter Walkabouts Fly-fishing Alpine Rail-hopping SnowshoeingDetails Wool has natural odor-resisting qualities, is highly insulative when wet and exceptionally durable, and offers built-in stretch Eco-wash wool provides superior softness and water repellency without the use of environmentally harmful chlorine Fine-gauge yarn and weave for luxurious hand Flat-lock seams with fine gauge thread eliminate irritation from seams and are extra soft for added comfort and mobility Brushed, branded elastic on interior waistband for next-to-skin comfort Four panel construction with side seams shifted forward for harness compatibility Medium-rise hits just below the natural waistline 4.3-oz./sq. yd. (or for industry comparison 145 g./sq. m.) 100% chlorine-free merino wool 156 g. (5.5 oz.) Made in USA.

- Massey's Outfitters

Slip on Wool 2 Bottoms beneath a travel skirt for the misty ascent into the cloud forest. Made from soft 4.4-oz chlorine-free merino with an extra-fine-gauge yarn and a durable jersey construction for a luxurious hand, Wool 2 fabric insulates even when wet, naturally resists odor and stretches with your every move. We slow wash our merino wool for softness and to reduce shrinkage. With brushed-elastic waistband and offset inseam that are smooth against the skin. Machine wash, lay flat to dry.

- Patagonia.com

Patagonia Women's Wool 2 Bottoms

Discontinued

The Women's Wool 2 Bottoms has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$26.25 - $82.00

The Patagonia Women's Wool 2 Bottoms is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 14, 2013 at Second Ascent.

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