Ibex Sizing Chart
|Bust||33||34-35||36-37||38-39||40½ - 42½|
Measurements refer to body size, not garment dimensions, and are in inches unless otherwise noted.
INSEAM may vary depending on style. Check "More Info" for specific inseams.
*Glove measure at fullest pare of the hand below the knuckes. Unisex are the same as men's.close
4.8 out of 5
Great product, excellent company
January 16, 2007
A finer pair of long undies you may never find. Very well-constructed, incredibly soft and comfy- just the slightest bit itchier than synthetic, but lighter and thinner with same warmth, and keep smelling clean long after synthetics would need a wash. Durable, non-sagging.
February 10, 2009
warm, gtreat fit, breath, comfortable. I bought 2 of the bottoms.
Best of the Best!
December 28, 2010
I've used Icebreaker 200 weight tights before this - they wore holes through the knees within about a year of (rough) use. Perhaps expected, but I was a bit disappointed. However, I have an Ibex woolies shirt which I've had for probably 2 years now and has been worn through all kinds of insane bushwacking trips - from cactus crunching through Big Bend in 100+ plus temps to glissading down snowfields in Jasper this fall - and is still in awesome shape! No holes, no piling, and fits like a glove. I just picked up the matching Woolies tights and these feel as burly as the top. They do fit a little small, I usually wear a men's small but wear a medium in Ibex's stuff. I tried them out near Donner pass snowshoeing (underneath some Patagonia Traverse pants) yesterday and they kept me warm, and most importantly, dry. Nice! I think Ibex makes the best Merino wool - their stuff is soft, super versatile, and BURLY. If you're looking for Merino long underwear tights that are versatile and indestructible these are them! There really are no negatives - Woolies are pretty much my most essential kit.Pros: Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance
Mens Woolie Bottoms
February 04, 2011
Bought these for my husband for XC skiing. Very light under his Patagonia Guide Pants.(softshell) He really liked how light and non-itchy they were. Normally he would never wear wool. He is a 33 waist 32 inseam and the Medium was form fitting. If you like yours a bit looser, size up.Pros: Performance, Cons: Cost
October 26, 2010
Fits great. I normally buy wool long underwear and this fits the bill for quality, warmth, and not a cheap itchy poor product. I live in one of the top three coldest cities in the U.S. so long underwear is a must and I would recommend this brand. I have found it to be well worth spending a little extra cash on good winter product and these are very reasonably priced compared to some of the other better brands.Pros: Build quality, Great value
More breathable than Patagonia Capilene
March 28, 2010
I usually wear Patagonia Capilene inside and outside the house during winter time. However, the Patagonia keeps too much heat when I am in the house. Ibex Woolies bottom regulates the temperature well inside and outside the house. I am slowly changing my wardrobe to Ibex Products. I wish all of Ibex items are made of USA. They might be more expensive but the quality is not compromised!
Keep you warm!
January 05, 2011
On the chilly day hike, I never go without this bottom as base. It keeps you warm and dry at the same time. Great buy for sure.Pros: Build quality, Lasts forever, Performance, Ease of use, Great value
January 24, 2011
I was really looking forward to these but was surprised at how delicate the material is. While removing them after wearing them for the first time, they ripped mid leg while pulling them with average force. I own other Ibex items and have always been satisfied with those, however.Cons: Poor quality
Great base layer
March 12, 2006
Great base layer, warm, breathes, non itchey. Great fit.
January 06, 2008
These bottoms kept me warm in 4 degree weather in the Colorado rockies skiing and snowmobiling. They also stayed dry, and no itch. I wore them under some Arcteryx theta bibs, and that was it, warm, dry and comfy. HIghly recommend. Only let down-- no pee hole, but not a major issue.
Wool is the best
January 11, 2012
I've replaced all my base layers with wool. It's warm, comfortable and odor-free. They fit great, true to size. The Merino wool does not scratch, which is the one complaint most people have about wool.
Ain't no stink on me
August 13, 2010
In addition to being lightweight, these are highly breathable, giving them a wide functional temperature range. Best of all, they don't succumb to the funky stench that synthetics do. What more could you ask for?
September 10, 2012
Whether its these wool bottoms or a top the wool under layer is the best. Feels as smooth as cotton with no itch. Keeps you warm and cool with the wicking and does not get smelly. Great for the backcountry skiing...but also used by me daily inbounds.
Great base layer
January 19, 2008
Warm, soft high quality merino wool. Lightweight, non-saggy, great warmth under wetsuit.
Awesome Base Layer
March 16, 2010
Incredibly warm for the thickness they are
Ibex is awesome
January 28, 2011
I bought these to go with the Woolies top i bought and could not be happier. It's not real thick, in fact it's almost see-thru, but it keeps me warm and it doesn't stink! I don't know how it does it but merino is awesome. Go natural you won't regret it.Pros: Great design, Build quality, Performance, Ease of use, Cons: Cost
Black and India Orange.
Available sizes, while supplies last, include size small, size medium, size large, size extra large and size extra extra large: s, m, l, xl, xxl.