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Women's Baselayers & Underwear

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  • Designed for the trail runner and hiker alike, the Merinomax Asymmetrical is a must have for serious trail junkies. Add in special features like flatlock seams, 97% merino wool and concealed zip pocket and you have one tremendous base/midlayer.

    Our Price:
    $68.00
  • Made with 100% Merino Wool, the Woolies 150 is extremely soft on skin. Wicking properties pull sweat away from the core to provide for more comfort. Excellent as a baselayer, it can also be used as a standlone on more moderate days.

    Our Price:
    $59.50
  • Patagonia's stretchiest synthetic baselayer keeps you dry and cool in warm conditions, with 50-UPF sun protection.

    Our Price:
    $17.40
  • Wear the Cortina Hoody over your yoga top, on a run, or on a casual day with a skirt. The hood has been designed to fit and to stay in place, and the back bottom hem drops longer for optimal coverage.

    Our Price:
    $44.00
  • This stretchy, athletic camisole is designed with a built-in shelf bra that is made of a skin-soft recycled polyester/spandex blend. Super soft against skin, the Active Cami is a great length for coverage and comfort.

    Our Price:
    $23.40
  • This pullover sports bra for A to C cups is perfect for high-impact activities. Designed with a quick-wicking recycled polyester/spandex blend, you can exercise well knowing you're comfortable and helping the planet simultaneously.

    Our Price:
    $27.00
  • This medium-impact sports bra for cup sizes A to C has a feminine crossover design that's sure to hold you in place while you hit the trails. Made of a quick-wicking recycled polyester/nylon/spandex blend, it's extremely comfortable.

    Our Price:
    $29.40
  • Patagonia's lightest synthetic baselayer T-shirt keeps you dry and cool in warm conditions. Designed with 15-UPF sun protection and Gladiodor to manage unwanted smells when the treks really start to heat up.

    Our Price:
    $29.40
  • Wear the Wicked Lite trail running, backpacking or urban exploring, all on the same day! Designed to pull moisture away from the body, the Wicked Lite is an essential baselayer for the woman constantly on the go.

    Our Price:
    $24.50
  • The MerinoMax half zip handles any cold-weather adventure you cook up. Go from a no-draft neckline to a deep V to regulate heat, and pop the hand mitts out or in. With a little zip pocket for tunes.

    Our Price:
    $102.00
  • Pull on the PhD SmartLoft jacket and forget feeling cold, bulky, or windblown. Merino lining, wool insulation and a nylon face frees you up to stretch the day. Great for treks, rides, and rambles.

    Our Price:
    $138.00
  • Lole's voluptuous tankini makes the most of your curves with its full-support D-cup and feminine lines.

    Our Price:
    $42.00
  • A comfortable core makes everything else feel capable of more. The PhD SmartLoft Divide vest pairs Merino lining with a wool-insulated quilted nylon shell. Wear it for maximum warmth on epic outings.

    Our Price:
    $102.00
  • The PhD SmartLoft Divide jacket multitasks while you're on the move. Merino lining keeps you warm while wicking. Insulated nylon facing shows wind the door. With thumbholes and useful zip details.

    Our Price:
    $120.00
  • Smartwool's best selling, and warmest, baselayer hits a home run with chafe-free seams and 100% Merino wool Fabric. Extremely warm and soft on the skin, you're going to love the Midweight Zip T on and off the mountain.

    Our Price:
    $63.00
  • Smartwool's Lightweight Bottoms feature seam construction throughout the legs to offer a better fit and a performance look. Perfect for higher aerobic activities in colder weather.

    Our Price:
    $51.00
  • A year-round, next-to-skin baselayer made with 100% Merino Wool; perfect for cool days when summer starts to turn into fall, and a heat-venting zipper keeps you cool when you warm up.

    Our Price:
    $59.50
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