- Silver fiber fabric, quick dry and odor-resistant
- UPF 50+ for sun protection
- Great for skiing, snowshoeing, winter biking, and sledding
- Fit options for different body proportions
- Made in Alaska, Made in USA
Base layer bottoms in quick dry, soft to the touch fabric for layering next to skin under your ski pants, down puffy pants and nordic ski pants on those cold winter days. Pairs with our tops to make a base layer set suited for any cool weather adventure.
Our Sterling™ fabric contains antimicrobial silver fibers, so you can wear it multiple times between washes without building up odor. This luxurious fabric is also quick drying and cottony soft to the touch, so it can be worn all day for outdoor fitness, recreation and comfort! UPF 50+ for sun protection!
We offer fit options! Wild Iris for a more straight/square frame shape. Azalea for a curvier shape. Refer to Your Alpine Fit for more info.
9% XT2® Polyester
8% Lycra® Spandex
Weight: 5 oz (size M)
This product is an official Made in Alaska product, manufactured at our workshop here in Anchorage!
Pairs with the Women's Rendezvous Ridge Long Sleeve
Or the Women's Firn Line Long Sleeve Merino Wool with teal thread!
We just spent a week on a river in the Brooks Range, during which time I wore a single pair of these base layer pants and a single AF long sleeve base layer top the entire time -- under a drysuit during the day, while hanging around in camp, and even while sleeping. I'll admit this made me nervous since I usually bring a change of clothes for sleeping, but I wanted to cut down on weight and really test these out. And in the end these worked out great! I loved how quickly these dry out: I can get sweaty while paddling, but whenever we took a break on shore I opened up the zips on my drysuit and let everything air out, and by the time we were done my base layer was dry again. They are also super comfortable, with a good fit, stretchy fabric, and don't feel itchy when wet (like wool can). And the best thing: after a week on the water I didn't smell bad at all! Amazing!
I spent eight days straight in these base layers on a mountaineering trip in the Alaska range. They were an excellent barrier against my ski pants keeping me safe from excessive chafing as well and giving me an extra boost of warmth when I needed it. The waistband design was super flattering and the legs fit despite having muscular thighs and a smallish waist. I am between a size 6 and 8 and I found the medium to be spot on and money very well spent :)
I have a pair of these bottoms in the Azalea fit and LOVE them. I’ve worn them in -6° while backcountry skiing and they kept my legs warm and cozy. I also wore them almost everyday for two weeks in Tahoe and they were PERFECT. 10/10 recommend.