The Artilect's Men's M-Boulder 125 3/4 Legging is an unbeatable above-the-boot-cut seamless layer. Designed for ultimate heat retention with excellent moisture transport keeping you warm and dry. It is perfectly designed to handle skiing and snowboarding in cold conditions keeping you performing for longer.
With its close body fit, this base layer ensures maximum comfort designed with incredible stretch and recovery. Along with the Artilect's pride - Nuyarn Merino Technology, these base layer leggings have 125GSM Nuyarn Merino inserted to offer a next-to-skin feel with 5x faster drying time and are naturally odour-resistant. It ensures optimal thermoregulation to stay dry and fresh on your journey while the engineered seams and eyelet placements for added mobility and breathability.
In a nutshell, Artilect has intended ergonomic technology and designs at the key warmth areas to ensure the M-Boulder 125 3/4 Legging keeps you incredibly warm whilst still comfortable for long days on the mountain.
Construction: Superior Bluesign® 125GSM Nuyarn merino
Fabric: Nuyarn - Next to skin and synthetic on the inside, the performance of Nuyarn fabrics is unparalleled by any other fabric, natural or synthetic.
Fit: Tight fit
Weight: Lightweight - Warm
Great for: Skiing/Snowboarding
Superior Bluesign® 125GSM Nuyarn merino offers extra loft for an unmatched warmth-to-weight ratio
5x faster drying
No-chafe flatlock seams
Remarkable long-term durability
Superfine 18 micron non-mulsed Australian merino Wool for maximum softness and wearability
Incredible stretch and recovery
Above the Boot Cut for seamless layering
Easy fit offers a modern fit with full coverage
Targeted seam and eyelet placements for increased mobility and breathability
Artilect is a performance brand that excels in the outdoors by creating performance and technical clothing apparel to support adventurers on their journey. Offering a wide range of functional clothing while keeping the timeless design in style for various outdoor activities including snowsports, mountaineering, trail running or if you are just casually commuting around the city.