Smartwool Lightweight Wind Boxer Briefs

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Smartwool's Lightweight Wind Boxer Briefs page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Stay warm in this pair of briefs while Nordic skiing or cool-weather running. A nylon front panel blocks chilly breezes and soft merino next to your skin naturally insulates and wicks moisture.


Built for everyday use as well as adventurous treks, SmartWool's Microweight Wind Boxer Brief keeps you dry, cool, and yes... protected from the wind. Outfitted with a 1 CFM rated front panel to deflect wind, you can make midnight runs to the nearest tree worry-free of rogue gusts. Stay comfortable in every situation.

- Mountain Gear

Free Shipping. Smartwool Men's Lightweight Wind Boxer Brief FEATURES of the Smartwool Men's Lightweight Wind Boxer Brief Form Fit - Mid Rise Jersey and Rib knit Windproof front panel for increased protection Flatlock seam construction is designed to eliminate chafing Logo elastic waistband with wool terry loop next to skin SPECIFICATIONS of the Smartwool Men's Lightweight Wind Boxer Brief Garment Weight: 3.88 oz / 110 g Fabric Weight: 195gm/m2 / 5.7oz/yd2 Inseam: 4.75in. / 12 cm Shell 1: 100% Polyester Shell 2: 100% Merino Wool

- Moosejaw

Pull on the Smartwool NTS Lightweight Wind Brief before you head out for a fall run. The merino wool fabric wicks moisture and reduces odor, and the wind-resistant front panel prevents a bone-chilling breeze from nipping at your unders.


Smartwool Lightweight Wind Boxer Briefs


The Smartwool Lightweight Wind Boxer Briefs is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 26, 2016 at REI.

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