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Pro skiers Conover and Moszynski launched Corbeaux with a focus on base layers designed for all-day comfort and warmth during high-energy activities.
Outside Names Agent 3/4 Pant One of The Best Base and Midlayers of 2020
The best bottoms are the ones you don’t have to think about. That’s the Agent. It moved moisture and never felt constricting as we skinned up and charged down. Credit the recycled polyester and spandex, with Tic Tac–size pockets that trap warm air.
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It all starts with the base layer. Screw around with that and it doesn’t matter how great or fancy the set up is with the rest of the gear. The first layer in contact with the skin sets the tone for your day and whatever activity you might partake in. Two Aspen adventurers saw the need for a company focused solely on this element of outdoor clothing and launched Corbeaux from their Aspen condo, focusing on making the kind of base layers they would want to wear for their impressive pursuits.
Gear Patrol Says Corbeaux's Base Layers Are Ideal for Year-Round Use
When dressing for outdoor adventures in winter, a base layer is non-negotiable. While merino wool is the standing base layer champion, for some, it’s simply too scratchy for others. Pro-skiers Darcy Conover and Adam Moszynski were those people; wool was too irritating and there were no viable alternatives on the market. Priorities: high-quality, soft and environmentally-friendly. After years of ski adventures and talking about what they wanted to change, the two created a line of base layers called Corbeaux Clothing.