Under Armour Base 4.0 Legging

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Specs

women's
Fabric 93% 7.35 oz Polyester, 7% Elastane

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Under Armour's Women's Base 4.0 Legging page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The wait for first chair sometimes makes you shiver, but when it threatens to dangerously lower your body temperature, slip on the heavyweight Under Armour Base 4. 0 Bottom. It's Under Armour's warmest baselayer pant for the days that separate the care-free skiers from wussy hot-cocoa drinkers.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Free Shipping. Under Armour Men's UA Base 4.0 Legging FEATURES of the Under Armour Men's UA Base 4.0 Legging Flatlock stitching Ergonomic seam placement Performance waistband Working fly Armour Block Anti-odor technology SPECIFICATIONS of the Under Armour Men's UA Base 4.0 Legging Body: 7.25 oz, 96% Polyester/ 4% Elastane Cuffs/Neck: 4.5 oz, 93% Polyester/7% Elastane This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

The Men's UA Base 4.0 Legging from Under Armour features flatlock stitching, ergonomic seam placement, and ArmourBlock anti odor technology for a better you.

- Rocky Mountain Trail refers to the men's version

Offering optimum warmth during bitter cold conditions, the Men's Base 4.0 Leggings from Under Armour are like wrapping a comforter around your legs. UA's heaviest leggings, its ColdGear Mega-Grid fleece is ideal for ultra warmth in the brutal cold or lower exertion activities. ArmourBlock Anti-odor treated, this layering pant features flatlock stitching, ergonomic seam placement, raglan construction, and a performance waistband for an exceptional comfort fit. Its working fly adds convenience, while ColdGear Mega-Grid channels trap heat for maintaining core temperature. When facing the worst of winter layer up with the Under Armour Base 4.0 Leggings.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version