Arc'teryx Phase SL Bottom
XS, S, M, L, XL
96 g / 3.4 oz
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Free Shipping. Arcteryx Women's Phase SL Bottom FEATURES of the Arcteryx Women's Phase SL Bottom Phasic SL fabric provides exceptional moisture management Encapsulated silver ions reduce odours Flatlocked seams improve Next to skin comfort SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Women's Phase SL Bottom Weight: 3.1 oz / 87 g Fit: Next to skin UPF 25+ Phasic SL This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
The Arc'teryx Phase SL Bottom dries rapidly in-between periods of activity so you stay comfortable and ready to go. Polyester and polypropylene blend wicks moisture away from the body Mechanical stretch yarn has elastic properties for increased flex Encapsulated silver ions reduce odors Flatlock seams prevent chafing UPF 25+ protection Next-to-skin fit
Maximize your body's output in the Arc'teryx Women's Phase SL Bottom. Its namesake material, the Phasic SL, interweaves soft-touch polypropylene and multidimensional polyester yarns to provide the ultimate in lateral moisture-wicking; this means the fabric will dry quicker and control odor longer. The Phasic SL remains lightweight and slick, conducive to layering without bulk or extra weight. For the sun-seekers out there, Arc'teryx infused these bottoms with 25+ UPF protection against UVA and UVB rays dangerous to your skin.
Newly redesigned with enhanced textile. Lightweight, moisture-wicking base-layer, constructed using odour-control fabric; Ideal as a lightweight base layer during aerobic activities. These lightweight bottoms are engineered for optimal moisture management during stop-and-go activities. Moisture is wicked across the garment via hydrophobic Phasic yarns that broadly disperse moisture, aiding temperature regulation by increasing evaporation and speeding dry-time. Encapsulated silver ion fibres provide long-lasting odour control.MANUFACTURER S SAMPLE - ONLY AVAILABLE IN SIZE MEDIUM. SAMPLE ITEMS ARE INELIGIBLE FOR WARRANTY CLAIMS.
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