Men's Stone Glacier Chinook Merino Bottoms

Item No. 18284-10002
$89.00

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18284-10002
Constructed with Merino6TM Technology, the Chinook Merino Bottoms are the foundation for our layering system. This piece is designed to incorporate the soft feel and moisture-wicking capabilities of nylon while retaining the insulating and odor-resistant benefits of merino wool on extended backpacking trips. Layered under our outer shells, this piece is just enough to knock the edge off on the brisk mornings. The "Boot-Top" length ensures comfort when worn with tall top hiking boots and the low profile waistband is ideal for use under a heavy backpack waist belt.

Product Technology:
Merino6™ is our propriety blend of the highest quality Merino Wool and high performing Nylon 6.6 micro denier yarns. After extensive testing, we found the perfect combination to be 89% Merino Wool and 11% Nylon. By blending Wool and Nylon, we created a textile that leverages the benefits of Merino with the advantages of Nylon. Merino6™ products have an extremely soft hand feel, regulate your body temperature while eliminating odor, and won't stretch or shrink like traditional 100% Merino textiles. Additionally, the Nylon fibers increase the moisture-wicking ability of the garment and enhance the durability of the textile, creating the perfect backcountry, next-to-skin, layering piece.

Features:
  • Anatomical Fit
  • Soft to the touch
  • Moisture Wicking
  • Quick Drying
  • Odor Resistant

Specs:
  • Style: 10002
  • Weight: 6.4oz
  • Material: 89/11 Merino/Nylon blend
  • Merino Diameter: 17.5 Microns
  • Textile Weight - 170 g/m2

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Rated 5 out of 5
Killer pair of LJ’s
I wear them almost 7 days a week during the winter. Work, hunt, ski, snowmobile they are warm and very durable!
January 27, 2021
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