Smartwool Lightweight Boot Top Bottom - Women's

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Smartwool's Lightweight Boot Top Bottom page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Redesigned along with the rest of the Lightweight collection, the Women's Lightweight Boot Top Bottoms from Smartwool feature seam construction throughout the legs to offer a better fit and look. Specifically made for skiers and riders to fit just above boots.

- Altrec Outdoors

Wear the Lightweight Bottoms from SmartWool when you need a soft, breathable base layer for aerobic-level output in all weather. Worn alone, these bottoms helps regulate your temperature and keep you dry through both cold and warm conditions while they offer warmth without causing you to overheat when you wear them as a baselayer.

- Mountain Gear

CLOSEOUTS . Specially cut to hit just below the knee -- and just above your boot line -- SmartWooland#39;s NTS Light 195 Boot Top base layer bottoms solve the problem of crowding a base layer and thick socks into your boots. Available Colors: BLACK. Sizes: S, M, L, XS, XL.

- Sierra Trading Post

On Sale. Free Shipping. Smartwool Women's Lightweight Boot Top Bottom FEATURES of the Smartwool Women's Lightweight Boot Top Bottom Form Fit - Natural Rise Jersey and Rib knit Logo elastic waistband with wool terry loop next to skin Clean finish crotch gusset Coats Eloflex thread at bottom hem openings for increased durability SPECIFICATIONS of the Smartwool Women's Lightweight Boot Top Bottom Garment Weight: 5.29 oz / 150 g Fabric Weight: 195 gm/m2 / 5.7 oz/yd2 Inseam: 20.5in. / 52 cm 100% Merino wool

- Moosejaw

Smartwool Women's Lightweight Boot Top Bottom

MSRP:
$70.00

The Smartwool Women's Lightweight Boot Top Bottom is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 9, 2016 at Mountain Gear.

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