Terramar Fleece Pant

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Women's Terramar Geo Fleece Pants are women's fleece long underwear, and the warmest base layer pants of the Terramar Body Sensors line. These women's warm fleece pants make perfect fireside lounge pants that can double as a base layer outside. Micro-polyester and spandex blend provides total freedom of movement, and the ideal level of warmth. Rated at a warmth factor of 3.0, Terramar's highest, the Geo Fleece are the warmest base layer pants, great for all activities in moderate to very cold conditions. ec2 Qwick-Dri technology uses Terramar's electrostatic process to uniquely and permanently modify the fiber for improved movement and release of moisture, pulling moisture off the skin like a magnet. While traditional wicking fabrics only release excessive heat and moisture where there is fabric contact with the skin, Terramar ec2 fabrics use electrostatic evaporation to constantly release heat and moisture and can be cut loose, which further enhances cooling air circulation. Dual surface knitting system incorporates high-loft grid channels for enhanced breathability and great moisture transport. The low bulk and stretch let you move freely without overheating or feeling constricted. Anti-microbial so this fleece stays smell free. Flat-seam construction eliminates chaffing. 1.25-inch exposed, scalloped plush logo waistband has moisture-management properties. UPF rating of 50-plus keeps you safe in the sun |Terramar Geo Fleece women's fleece long underwear are all-around favorites once the snow flies!. Available Colors: Black. Warmth Factor: 3.0. Materials: 95 percent Micro-Polyester, 5 percent Spandex |ec2 Qwik-Dri Thermoregulation Comfort Technology. Fabric Weight: 220 g, or 6.5 oz. UPF Rating 50-plus - Tahoe Mountain Sports

Terramar Fleece Pant

Discontinued

The Fleece Pant has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$16.95 - $44.95

The Terramar Fleece Pant is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 25, 2013 at Tahoe Mountain Sports.

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