Information about Wickers Long Underwear Bottoms - Expedition Weight, Comfortrel® (For Women)
2nds. Wickers expedition weight long underwear bottoms are made of Comfortrel® polyester, which pulls moisture away from your skin (wicks) and spreads it out on the surface for quick drying. Expedition weight is ideal for stationary activities in the coldest temperatures.You can pay up to three times our prices and not notice an improved performance.
Reviewed by Skimom from Warwick, NY on Saturday, March 14, 2009
I was pleased with these long underwear. I hate to be cold and these kept me warm under my insulated ski pants. They are very thick, though. I original ordered the medium, but then got two more pairs in size small. They have a VERY long hip section and the mediums went all the way up to my bra a...
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Reviewed by scrublady from NC on Thursday, February 26, 2015
Warm and toasty in winter weather. The only negative is the waist is very long and comes high above the waist. I look at it as providing more warmth. The legs are straight not cuffed around the ankles.
Reviewed by Retired Nomad from WA State on Tuesday, January 27, 2015
These look Like sweatpants but much thicker. The color is not quite true to what was advertised. Still blue but just not as pretty. They're warm but will probably take up too much room in my suitcase to be used on my next trip.
Reviewed by M3SpeedyGirl from North Carolina on Friday, January 02, 2015
The length between the waist and the crotch is way too long, so for the crotch not to sag, the waist is at the bust. Also, the material is not what I expected for long underwear; rather I would describe these as sweat pants.
Reviewed by ZenRuth from Austin Texas on Sunday, November 23, 2014
I researched this product carefully before I bought. It is listed as "expedition weight" and I plan to use them for practicing tai chi in the park on freezing mornings. I also was concerned to get the right size for them to be snug but not overly tight in the waist. Marked "slim fit" I decided to order a L rather than my usual M. They are lightweight material (compare to Kenyon's Polarskins). The large size was baggy through the legs and hips, making it harder to layer, and VERY long in the crotch. I returned them for credit and ordered the "casual fit" Kenyon Polarskins in M, which are heavy, warm and fit perfectly.