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The North Face XTC Lightweight Boxer

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Leave your plaid boxers at home on your next hiking trip and stay warm and dry with The North Face Light Boxer. The HyActive fabric's hollow core fibers insulate your precious parts as you snooze in a frosty tent, and the open fabric structure delivers maximum breathability when you start up the gorge trail. The advanced fabric also resists odors, dries quickly, and features flat-locked seams for chafe-free hiking.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Light Boxer briefs outfit you for a day of adventure. Moisture-wicking polyester/polyolefin blend fabric dries quickly to keep you comfortable-perfect for on the trail. Flatlock seams maximize motion and minimize abrasion. Functional fly. Closeout.

- REI

High-performance underwear featuring natural, sustainable production, the XTC Expedition 1/4 Zip from The North Face employs Carbon from Bamboo technology for exceptional wicking capabilities, effective odor absorption, and protection from ultraviolet radiation. Lightweight fabric makes these your go-to underwear for a plethora of active endeavors.

- Mountain Gear

Providing warmth and moisture transport for conditions that require only light thermal protection, this lightweight boxer combines the breathability of HyActive hollow core yarns with an open structure fabric to enhance breathability and evaporation. Designed for wear in medium to high intensity activities in cool to warm weather.

- The North Face

The North Face XTC Lightweight Boxer

Discontinued

The XTC Lightweight Boxer has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$9.93 - $30.00

The North Face XTC Lightweight Boxer is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 7, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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