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XTM Merino 230 Thermal Base Layer Pant M
Xtm Merino Thermal Top
Le Bent Le Base Pant 200 MensLe Bent Le Base Pant 200 Mens
XTM Heatflex Thermal Base Layer Pant
XTM Merino 230 Thermal Base Layer Top M
Le Bent Core 200 Base Layer Top MLe Bent Core 200 Base Layer Top M
XTM Heatflex Thermal Base Layer Top
Xtm Merino
Le Bent Core 200 Base Layer 3/4 Pant MLe Bent Core 200 Base Layer 3/4 Pant M
Dakine Kickback TopDakine Kickback Top
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SuperDry Base Layer Leggings MensSuperDry Base Layer Leggings Mens
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SuperDry Half Zip Base Layer MensSuperDry Half Zip Base Layer Mens
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SuperDry Half Zip Base Layer WomensSuperDry Half Zip Base Layer Womens
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Elude Crew Neck Top MensElude Crew Neck Top Mens
Le Bent Core 200 Base Layer Pant MLe Bent Core 200 Base Layer Pant M
Le Bent Ultralight SS Tee MensLe Bent Ultralight SS Tee Mens
Dakine Kickback BottomsDakine Kickback Bottoms
XTM Adventure 170 T Shirt MensXTM Adventure 170 T Shirt Mens

FAQ

Which base layer is the warmest?

The warmest base layer will be made from an insulating material, and fit snugly to prevent cool air entering. It will also trap in your body heat, acting as a second skin and protecting you from cold and snowy conditions. Learn more with our guide on How To Layer for The Snow.

Do thermal clothes really work?

Thermal clothes do really work, especially when you want a super lightweight garment to keep you warm. They prevent air cooling your skin, trap heat, and absorb sweat before it can evaporate and cool the skin further.

Can you wear base layer on its own?

You can wear a base layer on its own, and they are especially good for hotter days if you are exercising outdoors, or just for relaxing. Many people use just a base layer if they are hiking or climbing, as it is super lightweight.

What is the warmest base layer for skiing?

The warmest base layer for skiing should:
  • Be made of an insulating material like polyester and a polyester blend.
  • Be tight enough to not allow air in.
  • Be loose enough to allow movement.
  • Trap body heat.
  • Wick sweat.
Read our guide on How To Layer For The Snow for more.

Should a base layer be tight?

A base layer should be tight but not so tight it restricts you movement, or leads to chafing. It does need to be tight enough that no air can enter as this will make the thermal less effective, but loose enough that your skin can breathe. See our Waterproof Breathability Guide for more information on base layer materials.

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