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HEAT-OUT Riding Shorts

HEAT OUT base-layer garments utilize cutting-edge textile technology for effective temperature regulation and perspiration management -with outstanding stretch & recovery- to provide maximum comfort in warm weather conditions. A precise blend of 60% nylon, 35% polyester and 5% spandex fibers ensures dynamic fit and comfort with essential properties to enhance riding comfort. The moisture wicking properties draw perspiration away from the skin and assist in rapid evaporation into the surrounding air, thus keeping you cooler during periods of exertion or when external temperatures are high. Extraordinary stretch and recovery is achieved with multi-directional spandex fibers throughout for an optimal balance of close-fit and complete freedom-of-movement. An ANTI-MICROBIAL treatment helps to eliminate odor-producing bacteria generated during perspiration, keeping you refreshed during periods of activity and rest. Revolutionary HEAT OUT base-layer garments will enhance your riding experience. Get in to HEAT OUT!

Features:

  • Hi-Tech Fabric blend wicks perspiration
  • Full stretch and recovery for dynamic freedom-of-movement
  • Anti-microbial treatment reduces odor
  • Flat Seam construction layers comfortably
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Should you wear underwear with HeatOut garment?
A shopper on Jul 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I don't know if it has been suggested not to wear underwear with the Heat Out Riding Shorts, but I wear underwear and have no problem with comfort!
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