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I do not recommend these merino wool thermals. I am in the process of making the switch in my wardrobe from synthetic fabrics to natural fiber. I wanted to have something I could wear every day under my dresses (kind of like tights) in the winter months. I purchased these thermals in Dec, and by mid Jan, I had a hole in my crotch. (And I hardly washed these, when I do it’s in COLD water, hand washed and air dried). I repaired the hole in the crotch, but then weeks later two more holes on either side of the Original hole appeared! It’s has grown and grown since then (it’s April now and I have a giant 4-5” hole in my crotch area. I still wear these as I paid a lot of money for them and cannot just throw them away and buy a new pair. I’m also not impressed with the elastic—it’s itchy and digs into my skin. The rest of the pants are completely fine and the fabric itself is of high quality. But the manufacturer should’ve accounted extra bridge of fabric in the crotch region knowing full well that wool only stretches to an extent. Keep researching and purchase a different pair!
Very disappointed. Especially for the money. You would think the quality would be better. I work outside, so I need warmth and comfort. These leggings already have a hole in them. I can't believe I spent this kind of money for them to last a month. Ugh.
I thought I could wear these by themselves in warmer weather, but they are completely see through. They can only be used as a base layer. Also, they’re very light weight. I’m not sure how warm they would be, but would would probably work okay for 65-70 degree weather.
I purchased these as a base layer and to sleep in during my section hike on the AT. They were warm and comfortable and fit well, however they were so thin that I stuck my thumb through the material and made a golf ball size hole the first night I wore them.