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Pearl Izumi Transfer Long Base Layer Bottoms - Midweight (For Women)

Closeouts. Able to dry quickly, wick moisture and absorb odor, Pearl Izumi's Transfer Long base layer bottoms represent a midweight layer on a mission.

Average Rating based on 5 reviews 3.400000 0 5
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  • Reviewed by Susan B from Pacific NW on Saturday, March 8, 2014
    I understood that these incorporated "silver" to absorb odors but I find these to hold (& transform?) odors more than any other work out pant I wear. In fact, it's so bad I think I will give them away. I'd say it's just me, but I work out 5-6 days/week and wear a different pair of leggings each day and none of the others really smell after a work out. So I'm going with "it's not me, it's the leggings."
  • Reviewed by cochraa3 from Seattle, WA on Wednesday, February 26, 2014
    Pros: wide waistband, low rise (but not too low), very warm;
    cons: too short, not stretchy enough for my liking.

    For the STP price, these are a great buy. I wish they were longer, but they fit into my socks so they work. I'm 5'7", 140lbs and purchased the S only because the M sold out. The S will work find but I would have preferred the M.
  • Reviewed by skicrazed from seattle on Friday, February 21, 2014
    I was looking for a midweight bottom base layer to wear under my snowpants while skiing. These seem more like cycling pants. I don't like the fit; they feel tight on my long legs. They may be fine as a workout pant, but not as long underwear, in my opinion.
  • Reviewed by I Du Do U from New Hampshire on Tuesday, January 21, 2014
    This product is all that they say. I live in NH and am outside all day long and have not been cold yet. I like the fact that they sit low on the waist, creating less bulk in the waist area. Above all they are vey comfortable and fit true to size. I highly recommend.
  • Reviewed by Lulu from maryland on Monday, January 20, 2014
    Nice pants but I think they run a little small. Pants felt slightly tight in the thighs. I wear them for running in 35 degree weather and they kept me perfectly warm.
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