- Fabric Performance: Quick-Drying, Wicking, Breathable, Lightweight, Anti-Odor
- Design Features: Functional Fly, Contrast Stitching
- Functional Details: Elastic Waist, Low-Profile Waist, Flat Seam Construction
Fit: Trim Fit
Fabric: drirelease® merino, 88% polyester, 12% merino wool
Inseam: 31˝ / 79 cm
Avg. Weight (oz./g): 5.9oz / 167g (L)
- good product (Review by Clayton)
I got two pairs of these last winter for skiing. I wear them under non-insulated 3 layer goretex pants for the resorts and they're great. Warm but not too hot and comfortable. No complaints.
(Posted on 12/28/16)
- Really close, OR, really close. (Review by Kittens)
Good material, I like it, breaths really well and I would call it a true light-weight base layer. Very good regulating body temps as a base layer is suppose to do other than just moving moisture away.
Dries fairly quick, and the freshgaurd works reasonably well (Polygiene still king.)
The waist band is good, not great, but good. Good tension and doesn't chafe. The trap is very good and functional I haven't "fallen out" nor I have had to "dig" to use it.
Very light weight and packable!
Other than that, I think there is room for some improvement.
I would really like OR to switch to a 3 penal back instead, this would prevent the center seam from visiting my continental divide. Maybe add a gusset at the crotch with the fabric rotated at 90º to give more stretch for people with a butt. Maybe add just one more inch to the inseam on the large size. And even go with more subtle trade markings on the waistband.
Also, these tend to fit a little small, if you are on the bigger side of mediums, order the large.
Would really rate the Sequence tights with 3½.
(Posted on 3/3/16)
- Pretty Happy So Far (Review by Thomas)
I'm 6 feet tall, 185 lbs, 34 waist, and I originally bought these in medium. They ended up being way too small in the thighs and calves so that I couldn't even get them all the way because I thought I was tear them. The large fits much better and I'm pretty happy with them. Lightweight and works well as an absolute base layer; better than some other brands' lightweight base layers.
One complaint: I have long legs and these are a little short. I would love to see this with a longer inseam.
(Posted on 12/10/15)
- Warm and Dry (Review by Ryan)
What can I say, these are a solid base layer. The Poly/Wool combo creates a soft against the skin, warm, moisture wicking, quick dry layer to keep you comfortable and dry through the long days in the backcountry.
(Posted on 11/10/15)
- Simple and sweet (Review by Christian)
Honestly I have tried probably almost every brand of base layers even cotton ones...ya I've been around awhile. All the things I look for in a base layer I have had a pair that fails in one of these features. .
Lower leg cuff---not to tight and no extra fabric. Perfect for skiing when you need to pull them up as they won't bind around the caff.
Waste band---perfect tension, thickness and width are perfect. Plus I like the Outdoor hit on it.
Fit--they are snug but offer plenty of room to move. I like the added wool that will help with stink.
Fly---they go this right...great overlap design. Everything stays where it should be and the opening is just the right size.
Overall the Sequence Tights have exactly what I'm looking to have in a base layer pant. For a first time product OR nailed...great work guys. You won't be disappointed in this tight!
(Posted on 9/17/14)