Under Armour Active Boy Short


Inseam 2.5 in
Fabric 93% Nylon / 7% Elastane

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Under Armour's Active Boy Short page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Smooth 4-way stretch fabric improves mobility and accelerates dry time, while maintaining shapeAdvanced moisture management technology keeps you cool, comfortable, and focusedAnti-odor technology prevents the growth of odor-causing microbes to keep your boyshorts fresher, longerA modern boy short with a low rise that offers added coverage and comfortSeamless construction with knitted-in waist logos/labeling to ensure smooth, moisture-wicking performance and an abrasion-free fit specifically for the female athleteDesigned with a low 5 1/2" rise and 2 1/2" inseam for a flattering fit 1" waistband / 7/8" leg hemsNylon/Elastane/PolyolefinImported

- Under Armour

The low rise Under Armour Women's Active Boy Shorts give you give the female athlete a performance brief that won't chafe during long trail runs or intense gym workouts. Under Armour Heatgear fabric effectively wicks moisture away from your skin to keep you cool while you're out on the trail. This boy brief's seamless design gives you the same abrasion-free fit found in other Under Armour compression tights.

- Backcountry.com

For all day comfort, whether working out or heading off to start the work week, the Under Armour UA Active Boy Short for Women delivers moisture wicking, quick dry performance with added coverage and comfort.

- Altrec Outdoors

Choose All-Day Comfort & Cool, Dry, Light Performance.

- Ramsey Outdoor

Under Armour Active Boy Short


The Under Armour Active Boy Short is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen April 8, 2013 at Under Armour.

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