Columbia Sizing Chart
6 - 7
|7 - 8||10-12||114-16||18-20|
|6 mo||12 mo||18 mo||24 mo||2T||3T||4T|
|Height||25 - 27||27 1/2 - 29||30 - 32||33 - 34||34 - 35||36 - 38||39 - 41|
|Weight||14 - 18 lbs||19 - 22 lbs||23 - 26 lbs||26 - 28 lbs||29 lbs||34 lbs||38 lbs|
Whether you're running the Deschutes River Trail in early fall or hiking Hemlock Butte for some late season turns, the Columbia Women's Baselayer Heavyweight Tights are packed with features for comfort and warmth whatever the activity. Designed by physiologists, this technical base layer was created with the athlete in mind.The thermal performance of Omni-Heat® reflects your own body heat for insulated warmth without sacrificing breathability while Omni-Wick® technology moves moisture away from your skin so it can evaporate quickly, keeping you warm and dry no matter how extreme the conditions or how hard you're going. Four-way comfort stretch makes for complete freedom of movement and the flat lock stitching eliminates uncomfortable chafe. With an antimicrobial treatment to fight the bacteria that causes odor and a lightweight, streamlined fit with no added weight or bulk, the Columbia Sportswear Baselayer Heavyweight Tights for women have everything a multi-sport athlete demands.
4.7 out of 5
Best Baselayer I Own
February 24, 2012
I purchased these tights for an upcoming trip to Austria in March. The fit is a little large and I could have gone down to a smaller size. I recently went hiking in the mountains and found these to be the best baselayer that I currently own. Unlike my wool underlayer there is no itch and they actually MAKE their own warmth. The more physical I became the warmer the tights made me. I would highly recommend for hiking or just wearing around the house, because the look is wonderful as well.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use
October 17, 2011
Yes, these are intended to be a base layer. Don't discount the great color and fashionable topstitching. Also they aren't "thick" at all but very warm and stretchy. Wore them as tights on a recent hike. Love the versatility, long underwear for skiing and outerwear as tights for workouts! Need more colors. Fit true to size.Pros: Performance, Ease of use, omni heat, finally a bright color!
nice tights, not sure about warm
May 21, 2012
Very comfy tights. Nice stretch to them. Fit a tad big (I am a MH 8 and fit a medium in most bottoms, big thighs!). I wear them biking over bike underwear since it gets windy in the Bay Area. Not sure how much extra warmth I get from them, but they are comfy. The outer material is nice as well (looks like it wouldn't snag easily). Not sure I'd keep them if they were full price but as basic tights they are fab :D probably best under snowboarding pants as a layer, but I can work with them as they are. The inside is covered in silver dots, not sure how they will stand up to heavy use or how they would feel is I was seriously sweaty.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance
Black, Cool Grey and Imperial.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size xs, size small, size medium, size large and size extra large: xs, s, m, l, xl.