Icebreaker Oasis Leggings with Fly Bodyfit 200 Man

 

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Icebreaker Merino wool base layer

Low-volume midweight base layer leggings which are perfect for everyday wear out and about.

If you're travelling the country, are into snowsports or just out for a stroll on an autumns evening, these comfortable low-volume leggings are a great piece of kit to have in your draw as they keep your temperature constant in cooler conditions.
 
You'll get no chaffing as they feature flatlock stitching throughout with no back seam and as always, are naturally odour-resistant.

This version also has a fly which gives an added bonus when nature calls in the wild.

  • Fabric weight: 200 Lightweight
  • Inseam: Large = 75.9 cm, 29.9"
  • Fabric: 100% Merino wool
  • Product Weight: Medium = 217 g / 7.65 oz
  • Features: Functioning fly, flatlock seams prevent chafing, no center back seam for layering and comfort, soft elastic waistband
  • Model: Height: 5’11” / 182cm. Waist: 34" / 87cm. He is wearing size Medium.

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