Women's Nuyarn® Merino Wool 7/8 Tech Baselayer Pant 2.0
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Women's Tech Pant Sizing
The Wūru® Women's 7/8 Baselayer Tech Pant, Made in the USA and now featuring Nuyarn®. Designed to be tight next to the skin layer following your every move. Wūru® sources only premium NZ and AUS Merino wool to ensure that soft next to skin feel.
*Note: Designed to be worn as a baselayer - You might find them too sheer to be worn as a yoga pant substitute
Through rigorous testing, gone are the days of needing a 3/4 length base layer for skiing/riding and a full length for all other winter activities. We’ve simplified the getting out of the house process for you with our 7/8 length pant with a yoga pant inspired waistband.
Nuyarn® offers a proprietary spinning technology that releases the natural performance characteristics of wool like no other. Making the once impossible, possible.
The World’s First Performance Wool - Technology you can feel!
Product Weight Medium: TBD
Fabric: 90% Merino, 10% Nylon
Fabric Weight: 145gsm (Equivalent warmth: 195gsm ringspun fabric)
Knit in Vietnam: 17.5 Micron - 145gsm
Featuring Nuyarn® Technology
Knit in Vietnam at Bluesign® & Global Organic Textiles Accredited Facility
Made From: Non-mulesed Australian merino wool
Spun in an OEKO-TEX® Accredited Facility – Does not use environmentally harmful chemicals meeting or exceeding worldwide safety standards
- Handmade in the USA from premium Australian wool
- Yoga-inspired waistband
- Flatlock seams to eliminate chafing
- Body-mapped cut to follow your every movement.
- Naturally odor resistant and antibacterial.
- Exceptionally soft Merino wool for pure comfort.
- Blended with a touch of nylon for extra durability.
- Made from sustainable and ethically sourced fabric.
Machine Wash Cold Gentle Cycle. Do Not Bleach. Tumble Dry Low (hang/flat dry for best results). Cool Iron As Needed. Do Not Dry Clean.
Never received them. Filed a claim and am now waiting for a response back. I'll update this once/if I do.
UPDATE: Customer service got back to me and were very understanding and helpful. A replacement package for the items not received was sent out and the items are of great quality and fit. There were a couple hiccups, as they're a small company, but I wouldn't hesitate to purchase from Wūru again.
I really wanted to like these, made domestically with Nuyarn (the most superior merino material that I've used for backcountry activities). But the leggings fell short in every way. They are definitely not 7/8 length. I'm only 5'5" and size small fit like capris (3/4 length), so there's a cold gap between the hem and the top of my tall socks. I bought these because the size chart says small is 26 1/4" inseam, but I measure the inseam as 23.5". In comparison, my other 7/8 pants are closer to 25". They are also not 4-way stretch, only 2-way stretch. They're very stiff in the vertical direction and I feel resistance when I pull my knees towards my chest in a high step. I wanted to use these for running and climbing, so I need the 4-way stretch. The waist band looked like a comfortable wide yoga-style waist in the photos, which is unique for base layers and a big draw of this garment, but when I pulled them on I still found a restricting thin band at the top that cut into my belly, whereas the wide part is *too stretchy* horizontally and doesn't hug the waist, instead bagging out. Additionally, the fit is off, and I have bagging at the hip flexors that cause the leggings to ride down when I move my legs. The 145gsm weight is just too light, feels like my summer hiking merino shirt. So disappointed after reading all the positive reviews and having to do a return. I'd like to meet the people who did the "rigorous testing", maybe there were no small women on the team? Hopefully I just got a mis-cut pair and these are actually as great at the reviews make them seem.
Initially, I was dubious that such a thin material could work as an insulator. I was surprised that it did keep me warm in very frigid weather.
I am 5'9, weigh 140 and purchased a medium. I love them, they fit great and feel good against my skin. I have not worn in the cold yet but they seem warm wearing around my home.
I wore this base layer in Antarctica and I had to get another set. They’re soft, not bulky and kept me warm and comfortable. They’re worth every penny.