The 10 Best Women's Long Underwear

Updated January 02, 2019 by Melissa Harr

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We spent 25 hours on research, videography, and editing, to review the top selections for this wiki. Whether you're planning on skiing, hiking, or camping in cooler climates, or simply want to ensure you stay warm at work or school, our selection of women's long underwear should provide you with enough options to keep the worst of winter at bay. We've added tech clothing for the harshest of cold as well as lighter choices for those who don't have to worry about sub-zero temperatures. When users buy our independently chosen editorial picks, we may earn commissions to support our work. Skip to the best women's long underwear on Amazon.

10. Tesla Blank Set

9. Rocky Thermal Long John

8. Hanes X-Temp Thermal Pants

7. Duofold Heavyweight Double-Layer

6. Terramar Thermasilk

5. Meriwool Midweight

4. Arc'teryx Rho Ar

3. Smartwool 150 Long Sleeve

2. Under Armour Base 2.0

1. WoolX Hannah

Editor's Notes

October 10, 2018: Removed the Polarmax Tech Silk due to misleading claims about fiber content. Added several options, including the Arc'Teryx, WoolX, and Meriwool, for more extreme climates. Investigated popular Smartwool choices, deciding to add the Merino 150 but omit the NTS bottoms because of reported comfort issues with the waistband.


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Last updated on January 02, 2019 by Melissa Harr

Melissa is a writer, editor, and EFL educator from the U.S. She's worked in the field since earning her B.A. in 2012, during which time she's judged fiction contests, taught English in Asia, and authored e-courses about arts and crafts. In her free time, she likes to make stuff out of sticks and string.


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