Gore Bike Wear Base Layer Boxer+

Gore Bike Wear Base Layer Boxer+
Gore Bike Wear Base Layer Boxer+
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Base Layer Boxer+ by Gore Bike Wear
Chafing can be such a pain in the ... well, you get it. Wear the Gore Bike Wear Base Layer Boxers as underwear on your bike commute, on the trails, or anytime a bike ride may unexpectedly become part of your itinerary. With an ergonomic seat pad and excellent moisture management, they offer the on-the-bike comforts of a cycling short without the full-compression feel of heavier spandex. The Base Layer Boxers are made of a thin and soft polypropylene/elastane blend that wicks sweat away from your skin to the outer layer of the fabric, where it can evaporate. The 9% elastane in these boxers makes them stretchy, but not overly compressive. The elastic waistband is brushed on the inside for comfort. The few seams on the Base Layer Boxers are flat-locked to minimize abrasion, and the back is cut high so that they don't slip below your outer pants or shorts. The Contest Man seat pad is elastic, so it moves with you, and it's designed to provide comfort over short to medium routes. The Gore Bike Wear Base Layer Boxers come in sizes Small through XX-Large. They're available in Black or White.

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SKU: GBW0295
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