Customer Reviews Of:
Pearl Izumi Transfer 3/4 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.

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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Liz from Park City, Utah on Thursday, December 11, 2014
    This base layer fits a little awkward for me, but Im going to try to make them work cuz they seem really warm and Im kind of a cold wuss.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Bristy from Alaska on Monday, September 29, 2014
    These are great for workout or biking but they can also be used as casual wear or even under a nice skirt....great for dancing too
  • Reviewed by imoitis from Arizona on Wednesday, February 5, 2014
    I'm petite (5'1"), but this wasn't a capri or boot length. It hit right below the knee. That's an awkward length. It was also very tight around the bottom while being loose on the top. Maybe going down a size would have helped the fit. But, that would not have helped the length.
  • Reviewed by NE Nature walker from W. Ma. on Friday, January 10, 2014
    The fit is good, and they're comfortable. I am short and the 3/4 length comes to about an inch above my ankles, which is perfect. When I ordered them, I was looking for long johns to help me get through a cold winter. I did not understand what the packaging explained - that these are not thermals and not expecially good for that purpose. Nonetheless, I ordered one additional pair. I think these will be good for days of running errands in the cold, days when I'm in and out. For outdoor activities, hours outside in the cold, these are probably not the best. By using these for the errand days, I can save my regular pair for a day of hiking.
  • Reviewed by Enchanted from Santa Fe, NM on Thursday, January 9, 2014
    The fabric is much thinner than I expected. They are just a little thicker than a pair of casual tights. Maybe these would work as mid-weight layer in a warmer climate, but for Northern NM they are completely inadequate. I didn't even bother to try them on, so I can't offer any feedback on sizing.
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