Men's Wick Boot Top Bottom
Ultralight 150 Aerowool
Men's Wick Boot Top Bottom Details
- Next to Skin
- True to size: Purchase your normal size to wear over or under other layers
- 17.5 micron, ultrafine, Merino wool
- Ultralight 150gsm jersey knit fabric for hot weather
- Mesh vent panels to maximize ventilation
- Exclusive 37.5 Active Particle Technology to exhaust moisture and maintain optimal core body temperature
- 3/4 length to fit just above boot top
- Boxer brief fit for comfort and support
- Jacquard waistband
- Fully functional fly
- Flatlock seams for next-to-skin comfort
- Machine wash, line dry
- Naturally UV absorbent to eliminate shine
How It's Built
- Material: Aerowool
- Cut: Athletic
- Primary Uses:
- Spot & Stalk
- Tree Stand
- Material Weight: 150 Ultralight
- Weight: 5oz.
Where to Use
- Pacific Northwest
- Temperature Ranges:
- 45F - 60F
- 60F - 80F
- Above 80F
I’ve always worn long johns and tucked them down into my socks but after trying on the boot tops I feel this will be a more comfortable feeling.
I run hot and I used these as a first layer all through October for archery season and into the winter here in Montana for both hunting and work. They are great at taking the edge off of you are active throughout the day.
I needed a comfortable, temp regulating, early season base layer that didn't stink after a day of hard hunting. I wore the Wick Boot Top base for early season archer, deer and elk, and was not disappointed. They remained as fresh as one can expect, but didn't stink so bad I wanted to burn them after a short amount of time. These, coupled with the First Lite merino socks of the appropriate length, made for some great hunting in warmer temps.
I has this as a base layer under the Sawbuck Brush Pants. They kept me plenty warm on my 4th season Elk Hunt in CO. And they kept my dry, wicking away the sweat. They breathe really well and keep the odor away!
In the past, I've struggled to find the optimal base layer bottoms for cold mornings and warm treks up the mountain. I wore these things all day and night on a late September elk hunt, and hesitated changing out of them on day six because because they were so comfy and remained odorless. I never got too sweaty or too cold; they felt just right. They pair well with gaiters too, allowing for increased air flow between your socks and bottoms. Stop reading this and add to cart - you'll be glad you did.