It's easy to take off a jacket or extra shirt when you start to feel a little too warm on cold days. . .it's not so easy to take off your pants in the workplace. That's why Terramar W6121 411 Outlast Men's Pants work both ways to beat the cold - releasing heat when ... (see full details) (see specifications) #TRMW6121-411.
It's easy to take off a jacket or extra shirt when you start to feel a little too warm on cold days. . .it's not so easy to take off your pants in the workplace. That's why Terramar W6121 411 Outlast Men's Pants work both ways to beat the cold - releasing heat when you get too warm, holding it in when you might otherwise feel chilled.
These dark blue pants are made with Outlast smart fabric, a material so revolutionary it actually knows how to regulate your body temperature. Heat will be released or retained as needed, so you always feel great.
The two-layer fabric is made with a combination of 80% durable polyester and 20% soft Merino wool on the outside. This wrinkle-resisting warmth is matched by soft fabrics on the inner layer. Outlast ec2 Qwik-Dri thermoregulation fabric (40%) and durable acrylic (60%) create an environment that can give you cooling comfort as well as warmth.
Even the black waistband (1.25 inches wide) is made with moisture-management fabric, a stretchy elastic that helps you maintain a snug, comfortable fit. A logo embellishes the soft, plush material. The fabric used in these pants is lightweight, machine-washable and perfect for any type of weather. A fly front provides easy access.
Terramar W6121 411 Outlast Men's Pants have a UPF rating of 50+, offering ultraviolet protection to keep skin safe. Rib-knit cuffs, made with stretchy spandex, finish off the snug, comfortable design. It's so easy to wear these temperature-regulating pants, you'll never want to take them off.
4 out of 4 people found this product review helpful.
5 out of 5
Warm, dry, light...
By: Paul Whitcomb
The first high-performance base layer pants I have owned, and when they wore out, I went right back to Workingperson and bought another pair. I run in the winter in them in Massachusetts, and they have never let me down. My average run is 9.4 miles, and when there I wear them under a pair of shorts in good weather or under double layer gore-tex pants in bad, they have always been light, dry and warm. I ran my first marathon in them with no chafing issues.
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3 out of 5
A little pricey...
No complaints on how nicely the fit, and function. Just thought they wore out a little fast a for the price. Ironic they are called 'outlast', because they truly don't, which is too bad because they are very comfortable and do the job they are supposed to. Keep the warmth in and let the dampness out, without irritation.