Be Present - mens - Practice Short
Product Code: rtycbp/mprsht/
Be Present - Practice Short for Men (Yoga & Workout Shorts)
Ideal for heated yoga or a swim trunk, the Men's Practice Short has both elastic and a drawstring to secure the waist. The short is made of high performance Breath Weave™ fabric which wicks sweat from the body, dries quickly and has stretch to allow for movement during practice. The short is lined with 100% Coolmax® jersey, which is bacteria and mildew resistant, dries quickly and remains comfortable at a range of temperatures. Handy pocket for locker keys etc going too and from class. Great for pilates, yoga or general exercise.
Made in the USA.
- Knee-length short
- Elastic waistband with drawstring
- Inset pockets
- Line with 100% Coolmax® jersey, which is bacteria and mildew resistant
- Ideal for heated yoga or for wear as a swim trunk
- Inseams: 7.75"-8.5" (see sizing chart)
The next generation in wicking fiber. No matter how much you sweat, Breathe Weave™ keeps you dry. Worn by yoga instructors and yoga enthusiasts in the hottest studios, Breathe Weave™ has proven to be a fabric that can handle hot yoga and the harshest stretch. Made of a high performance Cotton/Nylon/Spandex blend, Breathe Weave™ wicks sweat away from the body, dries quickly and has give to allow for movement during practice. It has a two way stretch capabilities and maintains its shape when wet and after being washed. Wear Breath Weave™ to stretch, to practice, to sweat and to relax.
$75.00 ($82.50 inc GST)
NOW $60.00 ($66.00 inc GST)
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Picks of reviews:
"breathable, wicks away moisture and dries out quickly"
"short is loose enough so they do not need pulling around with Hanumanasana nor Warrior II"
"look good whilst wearing around town"
"mine have lasted for years and well worth the price"
"loose enough to be modest but not being so loose as to bounce around and slide up my thichs in inversions and headstands"
"the liner provides comfort and is elastic enough to provide great support without being too restrictive"