Smartwool TML Light Stretch-Terry Tight - Women's

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Smartwool's TML Light Stretch-Terry Tight page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Cold weather trail hiking, snow shoeing, skiing, or just lounging around the lodge; the Women's SmartWool TML Light Stretch Terry Tight is comfort and quality that will last for seasons to come. Lined with soft, terry-loop wool, this thermal midlayer tight is intended to go over your SmartWool base layer bottoms. The SmartWool Mid Layer is designed to move perspiration in a vapor state out while trapping warm air in to insulate. Be ready for all your winter excursions with the performance driven SmartWool Women's TML Light Stretch Terry Tights.

- Altrec Outlet

Lined with soft, terry-loop wool, SmartWool's TML (Thermal Midlayer) Tight goes over your base layer bottoms. As your base layer begins the breathing process, the midlayer tight will keep moisture moving. Includes a draw cord waistband, lockdown ankle zippers and a rear zippered pocket. Slim-fitting.

- Mountain Gear

The SmartWool Women's TML Light Stretch Terry Tight has no problem helping you achieve your wintery endeavors. Its stretchy, moisture-wicking, and breathable fabric keeps you toasty and comfortable on crisp winter mornings. Hours of snowshoeing pose no problem to the Terrys merino wool, which manages moisture and odor. Lockdown ankle zippers create a safe seal from the cold, while a back pocket stashes your car key when you hit the track.

- Backcountry.com

Smartwool Women's TML Light Stretch-Terry Tight

MSRP:
$150.00

The Smartwool Women's TML Light Stretch-Terry Tight is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 24, 2013 at Altrec Outlet.

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