Polarmax Thermal Tops and Bottoms

Polarmax® base layers offer some of the best performance in the outdoor industry, but that's not the only benefit; Polarmax® boasts a strong commitment to Green manufacturing. Since all of their gear is made at their own facilities in Candor, North Carolina they can maintain complete control over production and ensure that they're meeting the most aggressive quality and responsibility standards. When you put on a Polarmax® Baselayer Top or a Baselayer Bottom, you'll feel the difference as you stay warmer, drier, and more comfortable than ever before.

User Reviews of Products

"Perfect Fit"

No snow in Iowa, so I don't know about the warmth factor. The fits is perfect.

Posted by Iowa Skier from Iowa on 12/14/2015 - 9:28pm
"Very warm and soft"

We ski every weekend and my kids love these long underwear from Polarmax. They are very soft and keep them warm and cozy while skiing - even during this cold winter. They have worn well and been passed down through my kids. We have had some inconsistencies with them. On one pair, the ankles were so tight that we had to cut them off. That solved the problem but at the price, they should fit consistently.

Posted by Ann from Ohio on 03/17/2015 - 7:06am
"Good and warm"

I chose these Polarmax baselayers because I was looking for something warm to wear under my Nils ski pants. These are thin and warm. Pretty true to size but maybe a little small. I orders small and they were certainly snug. The only reason I did not give them a 5 star is because they don't stretch real well. I always go with a small in my baselayer because I want it to be snug. These just don't have much give to them. I probably could have worn a medium and would have been good.

Posted by Stomper from Georgia on 03/16/2015 - 8:53pm
"Warm and completely flexible"

If you are looking for something that keeps the warmth in and isn't binding, this Polarmax top is it!

Posted by ingynir from California on 01/28/2015 - 9:59pm
"The fit was perfect with excellent warmth without being bulky"

I use this Polarmax baselyer as an undergarment for cold weather motorcycle riding. It is much better than any baselayer that I have previously used during the hundreds of thousands of miles that I have been riding. Thanks for an excellent product that worked as advertised.

Posted by Bill from Florida on 12/27/2014 - 12:55pm
"Polarmax is great, but I prefer the 4-way stretch"

My purchase of Polarmax was to get a second set for my family's next ski trip. Polarmax is an incredible base layer - comfort and warmth! We were in some very cold Canadian ski days, and never chilled.

We use the 4-way stretch Polarmax product instead of this one, as we prefer a base layer that is second-skin (max warmth). Polarmax 4-way stretch fits like running tights, no baggy excess fabric, and incredible comfort. This version is not 4-way stretch, is incredibly oversized, and has a super low crotch. They may be warm and technical fabric, but I don't like the design.

Posted by SkiGuys from Tampa Bay on 02/25/2014 - 9:47am
"Works but very tight"

This is very warm, but like spandex it fits super tight and tends to ride up. I prefer the Chilly peppers for comfort.

Posted by skidered from atlanta on 03/06/2013 - 2:36pm
"Great fit, great performance!"

I replaced my old thermals which were too short and not stretchy enough. These were like a second skin. Long enough to tuck into my ski pants and never came untucked. Perfect wicking base layer under a fleece and ski jacket for skiing in 25-30 degree weather in Santa Fe, NM.

Posted by Shelli H. from Tulsa, OK on 03/12/2012 - 1:14pm
"Can't wear them alone"

I didn't like these. They have a thin fabric. In a size small the waist was too high (I'm 5'3" 125 lbs). The elastic waistband looked old ladyish. These would be ok if no one ever had to see them, they would add warmth. I wanted to wear them alone & would never do that.

Posted by Skiiermom from Slc,Utah on 03/07/2012 - 6:23am
"Good choice for winter sports thermal"

Material not as thick as I thought it would be when it says double layer, but warm enough. Fits snugly close to skin, not baggy at all, just right to slip under even tight ski pants. Good value.

Posted by L. from New Hampshire on 03/01/2012 - 7:42pm