Patagonia Men's Capilene 2 Briefs
Lightweight, quick-drying Patagonia Men's Capilene 2 Lightweight Briefs are the only underwear you'll need stashed in a dry bag for three weeks down the canyon. Elastic in the leg openings and a nonrestrictive fit won't interfere with chimney moves when you're side-hiking Matkatamiba; the roll-resistant waistband is super durable and brushed for softness. Formfitting, with reversed-out stitching for chafe-free comfort and an easy-access, functional fly that has a supportive front panel. Made of lightweight Capilene 2 fabric (54% recycled polyester) with moisture-wicking performance and Gladiodor odor control for the garment. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program.
- Fabric: 4-oz 100% polyester (54% recycled) with Gladiodor® odor control for the garment, with moisture-wicking performance. Recyclable through the Common Threads Recycling Program
- Moisture-wicking Capilene 2 Lightweight polyester (54% recycled) fabric with an open-knit weave for breathability
- Elastic in the leg openings provides a supple fit without constriction; stitching at leg binding is reversed out for chafe-free comfort
- Nonbinding, quick-drying waistband is brushed for comfort
- Weight: 1.9 oz
Purchase the Patagonia Capilene 2 Briefs for Men from Altrec.com. All order totals over $45 qualify for free ground shipping.
- February 10 2012
These are very comfortable with a great fit. They're very light, durable, and travel well. They're good for hiking or high endurance activities. I"ve been using Under Armour but these are much better.
- August 6 2011
great active briefs
I bought this for my husband after a trip to Kauai where we hiked quite a bit. He's really noticed the difference wearing these playing sports in terms of wicking and comfort. In fact, he just asked me to order three more!
- October 22 2011
Great looking but non-functional
I love the equivalent Patagonia boxers -- quick-drying, silk-like, good fit. But these have inadequate leg elastic. It's just too unsubstantial. I cannot imagine enjoying these in any active sport, as they offer inadequate support. I feel like an outfielder who hopes the camera is not on him when he adjusts. Sadly, CK, BVD even FOTL are superior in basic functionality, though those brands would not be good for traveling light or moisture wicking. Even designer-pricey CK underwear is not this expensive, though the idea is to carry just a few Capilene garments and wash them every night.