Summer camping and February skiing offer a set of seriously different challenges, and Smartwool's Merino 150 Men's Baselayer Bottom is one of the few pieces of gear in your wardrobe that can handle it all. The 150 series is comprised of Smartwool's lightest-weight pieces, so you can count on the 150 Bottom to keep you dry when you're boulder-hopping up to your campsite, and warm enough to keep those early-morning ski tours as comfy as can be.
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