Thermolator II Pant
currently retails for:
where to buy:
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: $15
Some may find these polyester/spandex blend baselayer bottoms to be a little lightweight for the midweight promise, but they've served me very well down to about 25 degrees. I wear them under a pair of soft shell pants and there's no grabbing or bunching. I like the subtle feeling of compression with no restriction of movement. And they've done really well with the stink factor, which is a plus.
While a lot of people swear by wool, it does come with a price tag. I find these synthetics to be a nice, durable performer with a price tag that makes sense.
Similar Base Layers and Underwear
Recently on Trailspace
Mine is still going strong since 1997 through heavy use and a fair amount of neglect. It's kept me bone dry except for the times the ground was too hard for stakes,… Read More »
Great climbing pack for long climbing trips. Carries very well and its modular design allows it to be used for nearly all aspects of a big trip. Not the best for… Read More »
Go-to jacket for almost all activities in the colder months. Layers well and is great to use alone. A hidden gem in the Arc'teryx clothing line. The Arc'teryx Acto… Read More »
This is a great light pack for long adventure climbing. Can carry enough for the climb and a bivy or two depending on how light you go. Well thought out features… Read More »
Add your voice
to the world's most comprehensive and useful collection of independent outdoor gear reviews
Review Your Gear