Capilene EW underwear bottoms


Capilene EW underwear bottoms
Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Capilene EW underwear bottoms
Manufacturer Patagonia
Page By William Marler
Page Type Apr 4, 2002 / Jan 20, 2007
Object ID 206
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Capilene Expedition Weight is indispensable as a base layer for
extreme conditions. It also makes an excellent midlayer. Sized for an
against-the-skin fit; buy a size up if you intend to wear them loose.



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William Marler - Apr 4, 2002 1:50 pm - Voted 5/5

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Very long lasting and versitile. Can be used in most conditions due to its excellent breathing. Used in conjunction with a wind shell keeps you very toasty. With fleese pants and wind shell a bombproof summit apparel. On its own keeps you out of the sun without letting you overheat.

43moon - May 25, 2003 5:47 pm - Voted 5/5

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It didn't take long for me to fall in love with my Patagonia Capilene Expedition Weight underware bottoms. I wore them while hiking to the summit of Telescope Peak in Death Valley. It was one of those early May days where one moment and one location was warm, then a little later and further along, it was cold. I didn't have any problems with sweat, they wicked well. My legs were warm the whole time, even in the wind.

I have a 15 degree sleeping bag (which the temperature was close to that night). I slept in the bottoms, and my legs felt just right. I look forward to using these in future cold weather treks.


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