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Warmth for Lapland winters.
As a Swedish-based brand, ROJK Superwear is no stranger to the howling winds and frigid temperatures of its northerly location. Smartly designed for this inhospitable environment, the ROJK Superwear Men's Eskimo Quads Pant give traditional boxer briefs the toasty treatment with their warm knitted fleece, complete with Twister fabric along the crotch for extra ventilation and superb range of motion.
Polyester yarns actively wick moisture to keep you from becoming a sweaty mess when you're moving fast in the alpine or simply cruising around town. A touch of spandex provides full range of motion for skiing down black diamonds, hiking across the forest, or commuting to work. Moreover, the stretchy waistband and cuffs ensure a secure, irritation-free fit that's perfect for the active individual.
- Toasty boxer briefs for freezing temperatures
- Warm knitted fleece traps heat from escaping
- Polyester yarns wick moisture for thermo-regulation
- Wide, stretchy waistband and cuffs for secure fit
- ROJK Superwear is Swedish-based apparel, proudly made in Europe
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: Large
These pents are awesome. Bought them as a mid layer for my snowboarding days. Wear them almost everyday in winter when going outside. They are breatheable, light, warm, you can wear them also under the office suit pants if it is cold outside and no one will notice that you have something under it.
Anatomic fit could be better
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
- Fit: True to size
- Size Bought: XL
These are very nice, soft and (hopefully) warm shorts to wear as mid or base layer on very cold days. I've not yet had a chance to wear them on a very cold day, so I won't have a good field test until next season. The only feature that could be improved on these shorts is a better cut, or pouch, for the men's version. The pair I received have a single stitch down the front of the short down to the crotch, forcing a left or right orientation of what's inside. Worn alone, this is not fatal, but when combined with another base or mid-layer, things get a bit crowded. A more anatomic cut as is used in most other men's base and mid-layers would give this a full five stars.