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Our Work-Dry midweight thermal bottom helps keep you warm and dry on the coldest of workdays. Made of 100% polyester, its Work-Dry technology wicks moisture away from your body. Flat-lock stitching on all seams add durability while tapered cuffs lock in warmth.
Carhartt's work-dry midweight thermal bottom helps keep you warm and dry on the coldest of workdays. Made of 100% polyester, its work-dry technology wicks moisture away from ycarhartt's body. Flat-lock stitching on all seams add durability while tapered cuffs lock in warmth.
Bought these for my roommate who works outside. He only wears Carhartt brand products because of the durability. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Central Ohio
Ok so first off seller is awesome with quickness, i will say the thermals are three stars due to the fact that the waist band is elastic and is very tight ,im 6'4 and slim , and... Read morePublished 7 months ago by headbanger420
These are really nice thermals. Warmth without the weight. Of course Carhartt speaks for themselves. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Simply ME
Good quality, not much to say, just needed for a camping trip and that was it, thanks for the productPublished 12 months ago by Gus
These are a must for those who work outside in the midwest and in other cold places. Comfortable and very necessary. These fit just like we thought. Read morePublished 15 months ago by Toy Dollz
Keep me (and my gear) warm all winter. I have 5 pairs I rotate thru weekly and some of them are 8 years old and still going. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Neon Salt Mine
For the cold winter days here in the Sierra foothils, these are great. Christmas present to one of my sons.Published 17 months ago by Edward S. Taylor
I gave these as a Christmas gift to my son. He really likes them and wears them when it's really cold. Would recommend.Published 18 months ago by Becky D. Zarro
Very warm, and comfy, i use to excersice outside, if below 40 degrees F. I recommend double up on thermals.Published 18 months ago by andy