Icebreaker 200 Lightweight Legging w/Fly

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Icebreaker's 200 Lightweight Legging w/Fly page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Description of Ice Breaker Leggings w FlyHands up who wants easy access Or should that be hands down These leggings have it though, with a bound fly opening. They also have no front, centre or back seams. So they win hands down there too. FeaturesFlat sewn side seams.Soft elastic waistband.Gusseted crotch.No centre back seam.100 pure merino.Fit Slim

- US Outdoor Store

Bodyfit200 Perfect activewear for mountain biking, hiking, snowsports, and everyday use. Bodyfit200 has 25% more merino than Bodyfit150, so is warmer when it's cold and resists odour for longer. When you want easy access, there cool leggings have it sorted with a bound fly opening. They also have no front, centre or back seams, which means no irritating chafing. Icebreaker BF 200 Legging with Fly Features: Gusset for ease of movement Fits close to the body No centre back seam Flatlock stitching

- Teton Village Sports

Hands up who wants easy access Or should that be hands down These leggings have it though, with a bound fly opening.

- GearX.com

The Icebreakers Men's BodyFit200 Skin Leggings with Fly give you the warmth and technical properties of the best base layer around, with the convenience of a fly. Never fear, flat seam stitching means the fly won't add a ton of bulk and won't chafe you silly on uphills. Made from merino wool, the lightweight Skin Leggings give you the best breathability and moisture wicking you can get, bar none. Merino wool isn't itchy or prickly on your skin like the more common lowland wools, and naturally resists odor so you don't offend your friends on the ride home.

- Backcountry.com