- 145 lightweight Nuyarn merino wool
- Double-layer cuffs
- Articulated bum
- Comfortable jacquard band
- Laser cut PU logos
- Athletic fit
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Like a fresh acai bowl from the gals at the hippie mart, our Lightweight Wool Bottoms make the ideal foundation for a crisp day in the mountains. Stretchy, thermo-regulating, and odor-resistant thanks to the miraculous qualities of NuYarn merino construction, they’re your first-choice first layer for snow adventures—so when they get dirty, you’d better have a backup pair. See, nature already invented the perfect base layer fiber—NuYarn just improved on perfection.
Well known as insulation for cold-weather adventures, wool’s best-kept secret is how its natural wicking and thermoregulating characteristics allow for versatile, 4-season comfort. Our NuYarn® Merino Wool has a smooth, silky surface, and is the quickest drying and toughest merino wool around. Own less, play more.
The 125 Superfine NuYarn® Merino is the lightest merino fabric in our fall collection.
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Nice wide waist band...warm....comfortable.
I haven't had a chance to actually use these in snow, but trying them on, the fabric seems killer and the fit is spot on. They are slightly longer than other 3/4 bottoms I've used, but the lower cuff is nice and stretchy and low profile, so I don't doubt they will work great with ski boots.
Few decent outdoor companies make a mens XS… and as far as I’ve found Trew is the ONLY compay that makes boot-cut bottoms in mens XS…. Soooo… the are the best XS boot cut bottoms made! :-) But honestly I do appreciate it…
Haven't put them through the wear and tear yet, but they feel exactly the same as the rest of my trew essentials!!
For base layers these are the bomb. No material I've tried comes close to these in terms of warmth/weight/durability and especially not getting funky after days of use. These should be standard issue for any/all hut trips because they don't get that nasty base layer stench that synthetics get. They're also far more durable than most other merino wool items I've tried so there's that!
As for the length, I'm a fan. They were designed to be in between a 3/4 and full length and they nailed it. You don't want full length bunching up in your boots and 3/4 can get a bit short and leave gaps depending on your sock situation.