Patagonia Active Boy Short

Specs

Weight 1.1 oz / 31 g
Fabric 5.8 oz 92% Polyester, 76% Recycled / 8% Spandex, Moisture Wicking Performance

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Active Boy Short page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Use em' for anything from underwear and pajamas, to a pair of bikini bottoms in a pinch, Patagonia's Active Mesh Boy Shorts are awesome no matter how you wear them. A recycled polyester fabric that wicks and breathes keeps the comfort at an all-time high. Some cool colors and cute patterns add the finishing touches to the Active Mesh Boy Shorts. PRODUCT FEATURES: Made of a stretchy, body-conforming, all-recycled polyester/nyloN/spandex blend that s durable, supportive and wicks moisture to keep skin dry Seamless construction Pairs with our Active Mesh Bra Breathable and wicking crotch construction Tagless for itch-free comfort 8.6-oz 69% all-recycled polyester/25% nylon/6% spandex, with a moisture-wicking finish 53 g (1.9 oz)

- Appalachian Outdoors

Our Active Mesh Boy Shorts are game for creek-side sun salutations or lunch dates atop Mt. Jumbo, all the while providing stalwart performance and comfort. They're made with soft, breathable recycled polyester blended with spandex and have a moisture-wicking finish. These boy shorts have a low-rise; a short, flat waistband that won't roll or bind; and stretchy, shaped leg openings for a no-bunch fit. Seamless construction eliminates chafing. Pairs well with our Active Mesh Bra.

- Patagonia.com

With a low rise and technical, moisture-wicking fabric, the Patagonia Active Mesh Boy Shorts underwear is perfect for your everyday wardrobe, yoga practice or even as on-the-fly bathing suit bottoms.

- REI

Climb, stretch, run, or do whatever else the day brings in the stretchy, moisture-wicking comfort of the Patagonia Women's Active Boy Short. Treated with a finish that enhances moisture management, the short's technical Active Mesh fabric keeps you cool and comfortable, while spandex stretch lets you move freely, no matter what shenanigans you're getting up to.

- Backcountry.com