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Backcountry - Merino Baselayer Bottom - Women's

Backcountry Merino Baselayer Bottom - Women's

60% Off
$39.99 Original price:$99.95
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Item #BCCZ23P

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Tech Specs

Material:
91% merino wool, 9% nylon
Fit:
form-fitting
Anti-Odor:
natural attribute of merino wool
Recommended Use:
all-mountain skiing, all-mountain snowboarding, backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, backcountry snowshoeing, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding, park & freestyle skiing, park & freestyle snowboarding, snowshoe hiking, winter camping
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Spruces Merino Baselayer Bottom

Made from an innovative blend of wool and nylon, our Spruces Merino Baselayer is an ideal base for active pursuits on snowy winter days. With merino wool wrapped around a nylon core, the fabric give you soft next-to-skin comfort that's warm and durable. And while thermal comfort might be the name of the game, the fabric is also moisture-wicking and odor-resistant, so you can play harder and stay out longer.

  • Baselayer bottoms keep you warm during backcountry adventures
  • Merino blend offers soft thermal comfort in winter weather
  • Moisture-wicking fabric wards off odors on long excursions
  • Flatlock seams deliver smooth, chafe-free comfort
  • Next-to-skin fit easily layers beneath your shell pants

Good for the sale price

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XS

I got on sale, and they're good for the price paid. I have a lot of wool in my wardrobe and I wanted some casual leggings that were mostly natural fibers. The texture is silky on the exterior, and it made me double check the contents because it felt more synthetic like, but they are in fact mostly wool. They fit me loose in the hips and thighs, but the waist is tight (not uncomfortable just really snug) and they have a shorter length typical for a base layer. I wear around the house and they do stretch out, but again as a base layer, it's probably a nonissue.

Decent Wool Long Underwear

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Small

My rating may be inflated because I got these on sale and I am not sure I would feel they were worth the full price when compared to Icebreaker or Smartwool. With the nylon mixed in they are not as soft as those brands 100% merino alternatives. They may hold their shape better or be more durable, though. They are also thicker than I expected. For some reason I was expecting a lightweight layer, like merino 150, but they are more like 200 - 250. Based on these two things, I will probably use them for skiing (underneath a shell layer), not for sleeping in a tent, which is what I was trying to buy for.

Sheer

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: S

Returned this. I put these on and could see my darker underwear underneath. They were a little baggy and not at all too tight just straight up sheer.

Backcountry

Women's Apparel
 XSSMLXL
US Size0 - 24 - 68 - 1012 - 1416
Chest

32 - 33in

(81.3 - 83.8cm)

34 - 35in

(86.4 - 88.9cm)

36 - 37in

(91.4 - 94cm)

38.5 - 40in

(97.8 - 101.6cm)

41.5 - 42.5in

(105.4 - 107.9cm)

Sleeve

30.25in

(76.8cm)

30.75in

(78.1cm)

31.5in

(80cm)

32in

(81.3cm)

32.25in

(81.9cm)

Waist

24.5 - 25.5in

(62.2 - 64.8cm)

26.5 - 27.5in

(67.3 - 69.8cm)

28.5 - 29.5in

(72.4 - 74.9cm)

31 - 32.5in

(78.7 - 82.5cm)

34 - 35in

(86.4 - 88.9cm)

Hip

34.5 - 35.5in

(87.6 - 90.2cm)

36.5 - 37.5in

(92.7 - 95.2cm)

38.5 - 39.5in

(97.8 - 100.3cm)

41 - 42.5in

(104.1 - 107.9cm)

44in

(111.8cm)

Inseam

Short 30in (76.2cm)

Regular 32in (81.3cm)

How to Measure:
For best results, take measurements over your underwear.
Chest:
Measure under your arms, around the fullest part of your chest.
Sleeve:
Have someone measure from the center of the back neck down the arm, with arm slightly bent, to the wrist bone.
Waist:
Measure around your natural waistline, keeping the tape a bit loose.
Inseam:
Measure from the crotch to the floor with no shoes.
Hip:
Measure around the fullest part of your body at the top of your legs.