Patagonia Active Mesh Bra

Specs

Weight 2.5 oz / 71 g
Fabric 8.6 oz 69% Recycled Polyester / 25% Nylon / 6% Spandex, Moisture Wicking Performance

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Patagonia's Active Mesh Bra page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

J-stroke, pedal, traverse or top out in the Active Mesh Bra. Its remarkable, moisture-wicking, body-conforming polyester/recycled nylon/spandex fabric provides low-compression, fluid support and moisture-wicking, while the seamless construction eliminates chafing. The reinforced straps won't dig into your skin and instead form a nice V-back that's both flattering and ideal for unobstructed movement. The full-coverage design can go solo or partner with layers. Fabric has a moisture-wicking finish and Polygiene(R) permanent odor control.

- Patagonia.com

Made with super-wicking polyester fabric for exceptional moisture management and comfort, this seamless, all-purpose bra hugs the body and supports a variety of sizes and fitness activities.

- REI

The Patagonia Women's Active Mesh Bra is a sports bra for getting out and doing something. Hike, climb, yoga, mountain biking, whatever gets your blood pumping, this'll add low-compression support. soft against the skin and breathable, plus it's ready to wick moisture to keep you dry. Stretch for added comfort and Polygiene permanent odor control for staying fresh. Features of the Patagonia Women's Active Mesh Bra Durable, supportive and wicks moisture to keep skin dry Polygiene permanent odor control Straight neckline and wide reinforced straps offer light support Soft, seamless construction with engineered mesh and rib jacquards for breathability and comfort Comfortable, nonslip straps meet V-style in back Tagless for itch-free comfort

- Moosejaw

The Patagonia Active Mesh Bra gives you seamless support, and it wicks moisture so you stay comfortable while you move. Recycled polyester causes less stress on the environment so you can support the earth while the Active Mesh Bra supports you.

- Backcountry.com