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Arc'teryx Phase SL Boxer - Women's


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    Give the mountain your worst while the Arc'teryx Women's Phase SL Boxer helps you feel your best. Engineered for optimal moisture management, this performance boxer is made from next generation Phasic SL fabric for a softer touch and improved stretch. Ideal for stop-and-go activity, this boxer wicks moisture during active phases and dries quickly when you're at rest to keep you more comfortable. An updated fit and flatlock construction provides next-to-skin comfort, while a gusseted crotch enhances mobility.

    • A performance boxer ideal for stop-and-go activity
    • Phasic SL fabric wicks moisture and dries quickly
    • Stretch construction with gusseted crotch for mobility
    • Flatlock seams enhances next-to-skin comfort
    • Durable Anti Odor finish keeps funks at bay
    • Updated form-fitting design
    • Item #ARC00JI

    Tech Specs

    Phase SL 100% polyester
    boy short
    Recommended Use
    fitness, casual
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    • Fit: Runs small

    I usually wear a size medium in something like this (all my stoic boy short's are mediums and they fit great) but the mediums in these ride a little lower than i'd like in the back, and if you re-adujust the back then you loose some leg coverage. Thus I'd think about using your pants size (I would usually get a large) rather than underwear sizing (am I the only one who thinks these two things differ?).

    Having said that - these FEEL AMAZING and are simply the best material for something like this that I've tried. They are super comfy, and great to have - especially if you can pick them up on sale. 45$ is a little steep in my opinion for something like this considering other brands start at around 25. Yes, I know you make great stuff Arc'teryx - but really -- make your prices for stuff like this a little more reasonable? please?