- February 14 2012
Great base for cold weather
I grew tired of wearing my insulated ski pants. Went to a softshell and use these underneath. Very tolerable down to 20 degrees on the front side. Get's warm above 35 degrees though with just the shell. They are also quite large. I am a size L all day long and went with a medium for a nice fit..
- February 7 2012
Warm and Cozy
These bottoms are great when it's cold, and you are doing something that is not highly active... like photography. They keep you warm comfortable and dry. When it's warmer, or I am more active, I reach for Capilene 3. Great Patagonia quality.
- October 31 2011
Very warm, and breathable as well
I am 175cm, and 75kg, the medium size fits me well. It is also warm, thicker than patagonia capilene 3 bottom. If you are seeking a baselayer which can keep your warmth in a temperature under zero degree, this one will be a good choice.
- October 1 2011
Very functional 2nd skin for cold weather
There are so many choices when it comes to long underwear bottom with great material, but the universal trend seem to be the heavier it gets, the less chance it'll have that functional aspect that's appropriate to men. In comes the Patagonia Capilene 4 Expedtion Weight Bottoms to give you all that you want in a warm pair of long underwear bottoms and a pass-thru! The material is stretchy and very comfy next to your skin. The sizing is spot on - I'm sporting a 29" waist and the small fits just right. I know I'll be in full functional comfort comes this snow season!
- June 23 2011
great for cold weather
I wore these in 17 degree weather and the cold was not an issue at all, even though I get cold easily. They're comfortable and thick but not restrictive at all, and they stayed dry.