Our Redhead® E.C.W.C.S. (Extreme Cold Weather Clothing System) represents a new approach to fleece fabrics. Its lightweight, breathable, low-bulk design is highly versatile: the lofty fleece interior provides next-to-skin softness, while the smooth exterior minimizes friction when layering. Moisture is transferred to the outside so you always stay warm and dry. The wide waistband has a soft, low-bulk feel and holds the fabric comfortably against your waist. A gusset in the crotch increases freedom of movement and eliminates binding and chafing. Leg cuffs are designed to minimize fabric bulk and seams, eliminating pressure points when worn inside boots. Silpure® odor control. 100% polyester. Machine wash and dry. Imported.
Lightweight, breathable, low-bulk design is highly versatile
RedHead® E.C.W.C.S. Military Fleece Thermal Crew Pants for Men
bought them on sale so thats a plus. the fit is good, I am 6ft 170 lbs, borderline Med /Large for most pants. I ordered L and am glad I did. I havent worn them in the cold yet so I cant give 5 stars until they pass that test
September 4, 2012
Good product. Fit snug with good waistband. Aren't always falling down like so many thermals do after several washings. These are well made and a good value for the money. These are good for upland game hunting or 30-40 degree temps. If it's below 30 you want to go with something heavier.
January 24, 2012
Good Long Underwear
One drawback was the back of the pants did not feel that they came up high enough in the backend. Compared to my other long underwear these fit much better, due to being made for a big and tall person vs. buying from a store that doesn't carry all the sizes. I would recommend these long underwear.
November 22, 2011
I have 2 sets of these and I wear them over a silk base layer. They are my favorite thermals. The fleece-like material really helps prevent your layers from bunching up when you move. They do exactly what the ones costing twice as much in that they keep you warm and dry. Mine have held up to several hunting seasons and general everyday wear during winter. Much better than the old standard cotton "fruit of the loom" type thermals and about the same price if you catch them on sale.
October 28, 2011
I would say you might be good with a size Large. My son has a size 36 waist and I purchased a size Large and X-Large to see what fit him the best -- Large was too small for him, so he kept the size X-Large. They are designed to fit snug against the body.
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