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Marmot Midweight Bottom

rated 5 of 5 stars
photo: Marmot Midweight Bottom base layer bottom

Warm no matter where or when.


  • Feels comfortable
  • Great warm cloth
  • Never notice any odour


  • The length between the waist and the legs could be a little longer

Great layer for those cold cold days in the mountains or in the city when practising sports. I personally have used it trekking mountains under my Rapala's ProWear Montauk Pants and playing tennis under regular Adidas shorts. Very different scenarios, but in both they have been a great companion.

Odour just doesn't exist. 

Source: bought it new
Price Paid: US$59 (CH$28900)

If these fit you right, then they are superb. Mine fit me well in medium, but you must be fairly svelte, as Polartec Powerdry doesn't give all that much. Provides plenty of warmth, odor control is better than my chili peppers. The wicking performance and quick-drying nature of this mid-weight are excellent. My only wish is that the length was ever so slightly longer (they are above the ankles) but this is my go-to baselayer for cold weather. I have the top in Medium as well. A great set.

Fabric: Polartec Power Dry / Cocona
Price Paid: $10

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Price MSRP: $50.00
Historic Range: $19.97-$50.00
Reviewers Paid: $10.00-$59.00
Weight 4.6 oz / 130.4 g
Main Material Polartec®Power Dry® 96% Polyester (29% Cocona®), 4% Elastane Midweight 4.2 oz / yd
Price MSRP: $50.00
Historic Range: $12.99-$74.95
Weight 5 oz / 141.7 g
Main Material Polartec®Power Dry® 96% Polyester (29% Cocona®), 4% Elastane Midweight 4.2 oz / yd
Price Historic Range: $7.50-$35.00
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