Cotton sucks. Keep warm and dry on the hill with the Foursquare First Layer Bottoms.
When you're riding, wearing a cotton base layer is never a good plan. It sucks heat away from your body when it gets wet. The Foursquare Men's First Layer Bottom's polyester fabric wicks sweat away from your skin, preventing that wet, cold “let's take a break in the lodge” feeling. Plus, it has a relaxed fit, so you don't look like a tool when you're chilling on the couch after a hard day shredding.
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PJ's or thermal wear??
I've used them skiing and just tooling around the cabin. Functional in both departments becacuse they keep me warm as well functional and smooth to the touch on the skin.
I use a knee brace on my old bones, so I really like the looser, pant-like cut of these. Warm enough as a first layer, and they really work in the "don't stink" department.