About Terramar ClimaSense® 4.0 Base Layer Pants - UPF 50+ (For Men)
Closeouts. Who turned up the heat? Must be those heavyweight Terramar's ClimaSense® 4.0 base layer pants! Featuring a soft and cozy blend of fleece and merino wool fibers, these moisture-wicking bottoms keep you warm and protect you from the sun, keep your body's climate under control and quash odor-causing bacteria.
Specs about Terramar ClimaSense® 4.0 Base Layer Pants - UPF 50+ (For Men)
- Base layer weight: Heavyweight
- UPF Rating: 50+
- Inseam: 31" (based on size Medium)
- Fabric: 70% micropolyester, 30% merino wool
- Lining: 100% polyester
- Care: Machine wash, tumble dry
- Weight: 9.1 oz.
- Made in China
- Visit our Layering Guide
Terramar Mens Size Chart
|Chest||34 - 36||38 - 40||42 - 44||46 - 48||50 - 52|
|Sleeve||31 - 32||32 - 33||33 - 34||34 - 35||35 - 36|
|Waist||28 - 30||32 - 34||36 - 38||40 - 42||44 - 46|
Note: Measurements are in inches. Tall measures 2" longer overalll and 1" at sleeve.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Really warm. I am a ski instructor and work outside when not skiing and have been very comfortable
Verified Buyer Reviewed by HeidiLynn from New York on Friday, April 21, 2017Very good quality at an extremely great price! My husband loves them. Will be great for our cold Northeast winters.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Wae from Tennessee on Thursday, April 20, 2017These were just what I needed. Good weight and comfortable fit. Excellent value!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by fcdr42th from California on Tuesday, April 11, 2017I have not put these to the test in low temperatures yet, but upon trying them on I could tell that they will provide good warmth without the bulk of the polar fleece alternatives.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Slam Dunkd from Idaho on Saturday, April 8, 2017Excellent price. Sizing is accurate. The looks great. I look forward to using them next season to keep me warm!
Reviewed by Sunil from Wilmington on Thursday, April 6, 2017GREAT ! I've own some other Terramar products so I thought I would give these a try. They are really warm, soft and comfortable ! Form fitting and not like some base layers that fit like a wet diaper. They breathe pretty well so you don't drown in sweat. They are also super soft. I had to return another brand that I had ordered from Amazon because they were like wearing long underwear made of fire ants. These turned out to be great replacements for those. I wish I had bought more than 2 pairs of these.
Question & Answer
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I have a size M (32-34). If anything, these are on the roomier side for fit, as I wear 34 or 36 waist in jeans. They're a comfortable roomy as opposed to actually fitting too large.
As for shrinkage, I've not had that problem, however I wash these (and all of my synthetics and wools) in cold water and hang to dry.
I really like these. I hate when long underwear shrinks. It's bad enough trying to move around wearing layers.
BTW: if you happen to own a pair of Ice Breakers long underwear, it might help you to know that a size L Ice Breaker fits about the same as a size M Terramar brand.
If you're wearing 36" jeans now, for example, get the LG [36--38] and they'll be fine especially if your inseam is 32". Follow wash instructions, Low/Cool settings for wash/dry, and the shrinkage will be minimal. Love these base layers to tears for the North West winter we've had. Where you're from, I guess they'd be essential!
These should not shrink. According to information listed under the product Overview/Specs tab:
Fabric: 70% micro polyester, 30% merino wool
Lining: 100% polyester
I own two sets of the Terramar top and bottoms. Both have been washed per instructions several times without noticeable shrinkage. The warmest base layer products I have found. I am a ski instructor in N. Michigan and spend a lot of time outside on the slopes and these are great.
I'm about exactly the same height as you but 30 lbs heavier. The XL fit me perfect. You want long underwear to fit snug and not too baggy to layer other clothes over them. I think the L should fit you.
They are 70% polyester and 30% Merino wool. I wash them in cold water with biodegradable non-detergent laundry soap. I would never put them in the dryer. They dry super fast anyway. As long as you don't over-dry them, they should never shrink.
Hope this helps you and you are off to a great adventure in these awesome long underwear bottoms!
“I'm 35" waist. 5' ,9" and 175lb. I will wear these for stalking deer and elk in mountains. Should I get a large or medium?”
Bob, I am a 34 waist, 5'11" and 165 and the large is just a wee bit large but I like the extra room. I would think the large would work for you also. Rick
I'm 34" waist, 5' 6" and 164lb. Mine are size medium and fit comfortably, definitely not tight. I don't think an extra inch or two would make a difference. The length is definitely more than sufficient for me. You might wish the mediums were an inch longer, but you'd also wish the large weren't so loose at the waist. I'd say go with the medium, assuming the obvious; you'll be wearing warm socks that come well above your ankles.
These really are a nice product. The thickness is about medium weight. The product description says they're heavyweight, which I expect is correct in terms of temperature control. I've not tested them in the wilderness, so I can't speak to how they compare to other heavyweight base layers.
HI. I would buy a different pair. I loved these at first and my husband did as well. The combo of wool makes for a nice, thin and very warm layer. However, the elastic waistband began to lose it's elasticity just after 6 washings, therefor it wouldn't matter what size you get because after 6 washings, any size will fit you! I wanted to return these but decided not to spend the postage to do so.
30% wool / 70% polyester
This information can be found under the Specs tab. Fabric: 70% micro polyester, 30% merino wool