Kenyon Polartec® Power Stretch® Base Layer Pants - Heavyweight (For Men)

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Overview

About Kenyon Polartec® Power Stretch® Base Layer Pants - Heavyweight (For Men)

2ndss. Gearing up for some cold-weather adventure? Start with Kenyon's heavyweight base layer pants, made with Polartec® Power Stretch® for top-notch warmth, breathability, wicking performance and range of motion.

Specs

Specs about Kenyon Polartec® Power Stretch® Base Layer Pants - Heavyweight (For Men)

  • Base layer weight: Heavyweight
  • Fabric: at least 42% polyester the remainder nylon and spandex
  • Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
  • Weight: 6 oz.
  • Made in United States of America
  • Visit our Layering Guide

Reviews

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4.357798 5 Overall Rating: 4.4 Based on 218 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by kairmid from Boston, Ma on Sunday, October 30, 2011
Nice snug fit, super soft inside. And not just for men - I'm female, 5'10", generally wear a size 16 and the large fits perfectly. They don't sag, like my last pair (Lowe Alpine). Great on their own with a long tunic top, great as a base layer. And they're made in the USA, I'm trying to buy as mu... Read More
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Question & Answer

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  • “would someone told me how long is the steam for M size?
    Asked by Annie Li from New York on 10/21/2016 9:00:21 AM
  • “is there a fly in these?”
    Asked by GS from Gilas on 12/4/2015 8:05:35 AM
    • No.
      Answered on 12/4/2015 8:45:00 AM by Regina Falangee from Cheyenne, WY
    • No fly.
      Answered on 12/4/2015 9:12:50 AM by Sierra Mountain Hiker from Northern California
    • Unfortunately, they do not have fly.
      Answered on 12/4/2015 1:29:09 PM by Kostyantyn from Delaware
    • These do not have a fly.
      Answered on 12/7/2015 11:16:05 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Sierra Trading Post
    • Nothing wrong with these. Not seconds. I have used them quite a bit already, washed them several times, and worn them hiking and to work (I work out in the cold). I would be happy with them at full price, but the STP deals are really good. The only thing is the tags in the back are itchy and annoying, but easy to cut out!
      Answered on 11/14/2015 6:21:37 PM by Sierra Mountain Hiker from Sierra Mountains, California
    • What are these made of: "Fabric: 48% polyester, 34% nylon, 18% spandex or, 61% polyester, 25% nylon, 14% spandex"

      As for the rest, I own both merino wool base layers + fleece base layers. I like them both for various reasons.

      - FLEECE: When I'm on backcountry expeditions, the fleece wins. Extremely lightweight, breathable, dries quickly and very warm depending on the quality/ thickness/ composition.

      - MERINO WOOL: Hands down the cosiest, best feeling on my skin, very warm, and wears like iron. Tends to be slightly heavier weight-wise, however. I'll use it for skiing, day hikes, and just keeping warm at home.

      I don't work outdoors for a living, but if I were, I might try two base layers... maybe a technical polyester lightweight fleece on the inside, then merino wool as a mid-layer. In fact I often use this combination anyway. Best of both worlds: max breathability of the polyester base, and excellent arming of the merino mid.
      Answered on 7/23/2015 7:07:52 PM by Davey Crockett from Tennessee
    • I like these. They are light and the inside is a short fleece so has good connection with skin. The outer layer is smooth/slippery so doesn't bind on clothing. These are a little thicker than duofold. They will dry quickly. They are made of 54% polyester, 31% nylon, and 15% spandex. I suggest ordering a size or two larger. There is no opening in the front which may be a consideration for men to think about. Are they better than merion wool for warmth? I think so but others may disagree.
      Answered on 7/24/2015 8:00:28 AM by Kayte from PA
    • 48% Polyester, 34% Nylon, 18% Spandex. Just returned from fishing in Alaska and wore these inside my breathable waders and they performed exactly as I needed. For extreme cold I recommend these as a base followed with a middle layer and a wind/weather proof top layer. Merino wool is a great product but for the price and performance it would be hard to beat this product.
      Answered on 7/30/2015 11:49:08 AM by Let's Get Mikey from Utah
  • “What is the inseam for a size small? What is the inseam for a size medium?”
    Asked by Andrew from Virginia on 1/26/2015 12:11:59 PM
    • Not sure on the measurements but my bf says the insteam seemed short he felt pretty bunched up down there. Hope this helps.
      Answered on 1/26/2015 12:25:50 PM by Jackie from New Jersey
    • 33 for size M
      Answered on 1/26/2015 12:45:59 PM by Andrey from OR

About Kenyon

Winters on the Atlantic seaboard can be pretty harsh. Northeast winds in particular can bring a damp chill that cuts right to the bone. Rhode-Island based Kenyon has first-hand knowledge of this type of cold and has been perfecting insulated apparel for more than 25 years to help combat the toughest winter conditions. Kenyon base layers, fleece jackets, pants and accessories feature high-performance fabric technology to provide the best possible comfort when the windchill is really howling. Whether you’re skiing, snowmobiling, hiking, hunting or working outdoors, you can trust Kenyon base layers, long underwear, outerwear and accessories to help you weather the storm. Stay warm out there.