Smartwool NTS Mid 250 Bottom - Men's
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Made from Smartwool's warmest baselayer fabric, these bottoms will keep you warm even on the coldest summits. Features a covered elastic waistband, flatlock seam construction and a midrise waist.
- Summit Hut
Smartwool Merino 250 Baselayer Pattern Bottom - Men's Medium Gray Tick Stitch Large. The Merino 250 Bottom fits the bill with our warmest weight fabric a covered elastic waistband and flatlock seam construction to keep you comfortable from first tracks to last chair.
The coldest days call for the smartest gear. The men's Smartwool Merino 250 Pattern base layer bottoms fit the bill, providing midweight warmth and chafe-free comfort for days spent enjoying the snow.
The Smartwool Men's Merino 250 Baselayer Bottom is a merino wool bottom that will keep you warm, dry and odor free throughout all of your winter activities. Merino wool offers thermoregulation while the flatlock seam construction maximizes comfort. Best use as a first layer, next to skin Fit, and paired with a mid-layer and shell jacket for winter sports. Features of the Smartwool Men's Merino 250 Baselayer Bottom Interlock knit Covered elastic waistband and traditional fly design Flatlock seam construction designed to eliminate chafing
SmartWool These bottoms will keep you warm in the coldest conditions. Featuring SmartWool's warmest base layer fabric, the men's NTS Mid 250 Bottom is a perfect, long-john style layer with a midrise waist and flatlock seams for optimal comfort and warmth. Features a covered elastic waistband, flatlock seam construction and a midrise waist. Knit in Vietnam of 100% Merino Wool. Form Fit - Natural Rise. Interlock knit; UPF 50+. Covered elastic waistband and traditional fly design. Flatlock seam construction eliminates chafing. Heat transfer logo at left hip. Size M/Inseam: 29" (74cm). Available Color(s): Black
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
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