Reviewed by Snuff Daddy from Kansas City on Tuesday, September 16, 2014
I am 6'0" 195lbs with a 36" waist and 32" inseam. The Large was a little long and plenty roomy. I maybe could fit in a Medium, but its not so bad that I would return them. Perhaps some of you can use this as a reference.
I'm not sure I would consider these a midweight. They're a bit on the li...
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Reviewed by Joe from California on Friday, June 12, 2015
Kenyon polarskin base layers are less a "layer" than a baggy, ill-fitted pair of what might be considered an old man's saggy long john bottoms. The inseam alone, from the bottom of the crotch to the waistband are approximately 4 inches too high, you either sag convincingly or you start rolling the waistband to get a snug fit under your clothes. The material feels cheap. Not sure where the bearskin thing comes in, that's just an arbitrary marketing thing. Did they keep me warm in King's Canyon, Sequoia National Forest at 28 degrees at night? Marginally.
I'm not sure what the exact inseam is but I usually wear a 32 ant these have a little extra leg length so I would say a obout 34"
Answered on 3/15/2015 5:38:05 AM by Midwest skiier from Michigan
I'm a 32" inseam and they fit me fine. They also have elastic cuffs on the ankles and will stretch if your a bit taller
Answered on 3/15/2015 9:20:45 AM by Twistedlarch from Oregon
Don't know about medium but the large measures 31" from the crotch seam.
Answered on 3/15/2015 5:03:14 PM by HikeBikeSkiMom from Glenwood Springs, CO
I purchased the Large-
Lying flat after 2 washes-
mine measure 29" in, 72cm
My jeans inseam are 30", the issue is the distance from waist band to crotch, which if I pull snug to not have them slightly bunch up on my legs, the waist band is quite above the jeans that I wear. And those are loose fit Carharts- not low waist "I dont work outside jeans."
They are well worth the value- better than other thermals I have worn. They regulate heat well in 30-45 temps, I'd buy them again. But if you are looking for more spot on fit, these are not.
Answered on 3/16/2015 8:16:38 AM by hardworking man from north texas