Size Guide (inches)
This Womens Thermal underwear base layer set helps you keep warm when out running, jogging, hiking, or undertaking any other outdoor fitness activity. It is made of durable, moisture-wicking, elastic material for the perfect fit, and maximum comfort.
What is thermal base layer underwear for hiking?
When you’re out on the trail, it’s important to keep your body temperature regulated. You don’t want to get too hot or too cold, and wearing the right clothing can help with this.
A thermal base layer is a piece of clothing that helps regulate body temperature by insulating you and absorbing sweat away from your skin, moving it to the outer layers of your clothing where it can evaporate more quickly. This prevents you from overheating or getting chilled when you’re hiking in cold weather.
How to choose your thermal underwear
If you’ve ever gone on a high altitude hike and been freezing cold, then you know the importance of having the right clothing.
The truth is that there’s no such thing as being too prepared for hiking. But when it comes to your thermal base layer — the long underwear that you wear under your pants or shorts — you want to be sure that it will keep you warm enough.
There are many different types of thermal underwear out there, but not all of them are made equally. Here are some things to consider when choosing a thermal baselayer.
Features of a good base layer
1. The material should be breathable and wick moisture away from your body. This will help prevent chafing and keep you dry so that you don’t get cold later on when things get wet if it rains or snows during your hike (which is always possible!).
2. It should be lightweight so that it doesn’t add bulkiness where it shouldn’t; this is especially important if you’re wearing layers on top because then they’ll be even bulkier!
3. It should fit snugly but not so tight as to restrict movement; otherwise, it won’t work well in keeping heat trapped inside against windy conditions outside which could blow away some warmth from inside outwards towards colder outside temperatures.
|L or XL or 2XL or M or S or 3XL