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Minus 33 Women's Franconia Midweight Wool Base Layer Bottom
Looking to keep your legs toasty warm? If so, look no further because you have found the ultimate in softness and warmth. There’s a reason why the Franconia is Minus 33® Women's best-selling bottom, and that’s because they consistently deliver when you need them too. Skiing, hiking, or sitting at home on a cold day, you will not be disappointed. Did we also mention they have anti-microbial properties that eliminate odor? It sounds like a winner to us. Ideal for three-season Everyday Wear, Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Hunting, Snowsports, Running and Biking.
- Midweight Australian Merino Wool Interlock knit fabric
- UPF 50+ sun protection
- Anti-microbial odor-resistant
- Mid to High Rise waistband sits at or around the belly button
- Covered Merino Wool waistband for softness next to skin
- Gusset reduces stress in the crotch area
- Ribbed ankle cuffs keep in place and allow for easy layering
- Flat lock seams prevent chafing
- Lightweight and packable
- Machine wash and dry
- Fit Tip: Regular - Standard fit with a little bit of room to breathe, but not too baggy Runs True to Size - If you like a more athletic, tight fit, try sizing down
|Fabric||100% Australian Merino Wool, 235 g/m2 Interlock Knit, 18.5 Micron Fibers|
|Weight||Size Medium = 8 oz. (227 g)|
Style Number: 803
Avid wool manufacturing engineers at L. W. Packard were looking for high quality, warm, and comfortable garments for outdoor activities. There was a gap from what was available - expensive high end goods to poorly made, low cost inferior constructed synthetic garments. Minus33 was started to fill the gap in the market.
New Hampshire, being home to some of the worlds worst weather, has been the playground and testing field for Minus33. They've found that nature has given mankind the best fiber in the world, Merino Wool, to equip everyone from the avid outdoor athlete to the devoted couch surfer.