Reviewed by Dave in Frederick from Maryland on Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Great price, but I returned these. They have good warmth, but not enough stretch for any sort of real activity. Would probably be good as an extra layer for shoveling snow or something. Also a little long for me, be aware that it's a 32" inseam even for the M.
Reviewed by JB from Upper Michigan on Thursday, February 19, 2015
These fit perfectly. They are a little thicker than I expected, but it hasn't been an issue. I wear them with layers under waterproof pants out in the snow and I've never been wet or cold while wearing them.
Reviewed by bigsilk from Catskill Mountains on Wednesday, December 31, 2014
This is an update to a previous review. I thank STP for the chance. That said; man, I wanted to like this base layer. While they are really soft, the waist bunches way too much and they are WAY too long. The point of skiwear is to avoid bunching below the boot. These things bunch in my HIKING boots. When I first wore them, I folded them up to cover my knee. The last time I wore them was in warmer weather, which still justified wearing them. They just got in the way. Also, after the first wearing, I had my base layer top tucked into the bottoms. Didn't feel an inkling of the labels. But upon further investigation, there's a small catalog of them in the waistband, and affixed in such a way as to make them at least difficult to remove. I'd say don't be fooled by the ski-themed moniker, these are house pants with a fancy name.
Reviewed by bigsilk from Catskill Mountains on Wednesday, December 24, 2014
I got these for skiing. They're very soft, and they fit well; I'm 5' 8" and 135 lbs and I got the medium size. They're not skin tight, but not sweat pants loose. The hems are flat sewn and don't have a cuff, which I like, too. I would have given them five, but the elastic around the waist is a bit 'bunchy,' and they're a tad long.
Reviewed by G in tha TC from midwest on Monday, November 10, 2014
These are fleece tights. they fit well under jeans and are super thick.
I bought these as long underwear, there is no pee-hole because they are TIGHTS,, not underwear.. but they work.
I work outdoors in winter and I get cold easy because we're not always aerobic enough to keep up natural body heat.
the first day it dropped below 35 I could hardly feel the cold, got more work done.
Reviewed by Al B from Pittsburgh on Monday, November 3, 2014
Nice fleece slacks, not too bulky, not too tight (at least for me - 6' 0" 170lbs).
Warm and partially wind-blocking, works under flabby jeans as second layer.
easy to clean, and not much pilling so far.