Information about Kenyon Polarskins Long Underwear Bottoms - Heavyweight (For Women)
Closeouts. Kenyon Polarskins heavyweight long underwear bottoms are made of AIO (all-in-one) performance yarns that are engineered to channel moisture away from the skin, dry quickly and provide aggressive (and permanent) odor control.
Reviewed by Trek from The Keystone State on Tuesday, December 8, 2009
I purchased these to augment my standby Duofold longjohns. Anyone familiar with Duofold knows their double layer cotton, long lasting wear, comfort, tapered soft ankle band closures and solid but not thick waistband. The Kenyon PolarSkins are nothing like the Duofold. The Polarskins are polyester an...
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Reviewed by Jo from Australia on Thursday, August 2, 2012
Very dissapointed considering the positive reviews. The fit is terrible. The pants are the same rise all the way round. There is no shaping whatsoever, just too bits of fabric stitched together. The waist band is too low on my butt and too hight at the front. Pity, becasue the fabric is great, hence the two stars. I'm still debating whether to re-sew the waist or return.
Reviewed by Kayelle from N. VA on Tuesday, February 21, 2012
I agree with the other reviewers...what body type did Kenyon use to make these guys? The waist is somewhere around the ribcage, which if you can even get the pants that high, you're awesome! - because the waist line on these pants is for someone who eschews food 24/7. I wear size 0-2 in pants, got these in a small (should have listened to the reviewers, medium might have worked) and no way were those suckers making it past my knees. The fabric also feels a little stiff but probably warm. I figured they'd be good for sleep and around house. What they ended up being great for is the brown box they came in. Returned!
Reviewed by jbeach from san antonio, tx on Monday, November 28, 2011
I got these for a cold backpacking trip to be worn under thin hiking pants or alone for sleeping. I like them fine except the waistband is tight and the rise is very high. I don't like things tight around my waist and I even ordered a size up to try to head this problem off. As far as the waistband, it can't easily but cut and to make the pants useful for me I'd have to cut off the whole thing and drop in new elastic after decreasing the rise so they don't pull up to my ribs! Will return them.
Reviewed by Amateur Skier from Cheyenne, WY on Monday, October 3, 2011
Ordered these in a small but when I tried them on they were way too tight in the waist. They fit fine everywhere else and would have been a great base layer. The material felt soft and warm. Ended up giving them to my mom who is a petite 5'2. I might order another pair in medium.