Syncrino Boxers Women’s

Syncrino Boxers Women’s

Rab USA

$45.00

Soft on the skin with a slim fit, the Syncrino boxers are an ideal base to your mountain layering system. They have a deep, elasticated waistband, designed to wick sweat and reduce rubbing on your lower back under the weight of a pack, are odour resistant and fast drying.

The lightweight Syncrino™ 125 fabric is made from a blend of Merino wool and 32% recycled synthetic fibres. Merino wool is ideal for cold weather baselayers. It’s ability to absorb water makes it excellent at wicking sweat away from the skin, maintaining comfort, and regulating body temperature. It’s also a great insulator, even when it’s wet, although it can take a while to dry.

The man-made synthetic fibres are strong, durable, lightweight, and hold their shape well. They can also dry extremely quickly. By blending these yarns, Rab have created a quick-drying, fast-wicking, insulating, and durable material that’s ideal for mountain baselayers.

Weight: 1.6oz / 46g

Description

Soft on the skin with a slim fit, the Syncrino boxers are an ideal base to your mountain layering system. They have a deep, elasticated waistband, designed to wick sweat and reduce rubbing on your lower back under the weight of a pack, are odour resistant and fast drying.

The lightweight Syncrino™ 125 fabric is made from a blend of Merino wool and 32% recycled synthetic fibres. Merino wool is ideal for cold weather baselayers. It’s ability to absorb water makes it excellent at wicking sweat away from the skin, maintaining comfort, and regulating body temperature. It’s also a great insulator, even when it’s wet, although it can take a while to dry.

The man-made synthetic fibres are strong, durable, lightweight, and hold their shape well. They can also dry extremely quickly. By blending these yarns, Rab have created a quick-drying, fast-wicking, insulating, and durable material that’s ideal for mountain baselayers.

Weight: 1.6oz / 46g

Additional information

Variant

Beluga (X Sm), Beluga (Sm), Beluga (Med), Beluga (Lg), Citadel (X Sm), Citadel (Sm), Citadel (Med), Citadel (Lg)

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