I spent a couple hours the other day modifying some clothing. Can you guess what I did?
After having a few articles of clothing with this design, I will never wear one skiing without it again.
No…but not a bad idea for the scraps. 🙂
Base layer bottoms…you’re rolling 3/4 length.
Is it a dress?
2nd the baselayer bottoms, I did the same thing with most of mine……
muy bien, hombres.
over the past 2-3 years i have had about 3 pairs of 3/4 length base layer bottoms, a light, mid and heavy weight. this year, i finally wore through the lightweight pair and realized that i just didn’t want to wear any bottoms that went into my boot, which can often create folds and bulkiness, and irritate my shims when ski touring. i highly recommend them to anyone.
backcountry.com has some if you want to give them a try.
I got some sweet Dynafit ones a few years ago, hands down the best I have had and now they do them in merino!
100 x better than full length.
Have a good winter Steve, looking forward to following along (28degree’s here today- you’d be hating it- as am I!)
The 3/4 thingys are great untill your socks start sliding down or you stop skiing and exit your ski boots after which they bug the crap out of me. I’d go 5/8, 9/16 or a bit more 😉 Maybe I’m the wrong shape for them or they would work better in metric?
I would have thought that you were on this bandwagon years ago Dude! I chopped all mine around theturn of the century an have since replaced them all as time went on mostly with Merino.
Boot tops rule.
Being 6′ 4″ virtually everything I buy is 3/4 length…no scissors required.
bfr…does that stand for “big f**king rando’er”? 🙂
Just fold em so they are short enough that they don’t go into your boot. Then you can still wear the same pair for other activities down the road… Plus the part of your leg that has two layers of material over it is warmer!
yeah Steve-O been doing this for years. Welcome to the bandwagon.
You boys getting a little bored up there, eh?!?! no manly lines to plunder so yer at home trimming your underwear. nice.