Capilene Midweight Bottoms Men’s

Capilene Midweight Bottoms Men’s

Patagonia

$59.00

A classic, all-around polyester baselayer made with 100% recycled content. These bottoms have a smooth, soft face for easy layering and feature hollow-core yarns and a diamond-grid back to trap warm air, wick moisture and dry fast. HeiQ® Fresh durable odor control keeps things fresh! They also feature:-

  • Stretch for added comfort and improved fit during movement
  • A comfortable waistband that is soft, brushed, fast-drying elastic for added next-to-skin comfort; with a locker loop for hang drying
  • Gusseted crotch for comfort and unimpeded mobility
  • Functional fly and flatlock seams to minimize chafing
Weight: 5.8oz / 164g
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