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Freeze out base layer pants

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phanomenal07

So these are probably the warmest base layer I ever worn.

https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/freeze-out-warmr-long-johns

When you wear them they just feel like regular long johns but they actually really are wind proof. I spend a lot of money on base layers outside of motorcycling because of exercise and working out doors and such and these are definitely the best. I wore them as the only base layer over my regular work pants when it's down to 35 degrees and my legs stayed very warm. And very barable below that temp. I actually wore them above a pair of compression legging and under my work pants on a 20 degree day and although I was cold once I got to work I felt they worked very well for as little clothing as I had on. 

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r1limited

25 bucks cheaper and with a top it does the job as good as the above

 

https://www.32degrees.com/products/mens-heat-plus-base-layer-legging

 

You can get these at costco too.


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On 12/27/2018 at 5:02 PM, r1limited said:

25 bucks cheaper and with a top it does the job as good as the above

 

https://www.32degrees.com/products/mens-heat-plus-base-layer-legging

 

You can get these at costco too.

Doesn't mention anything about being windproof tho. I have lots and lots of under garment meant for "heat retention"

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