COMFORT - High quality fabric that provides excellent fit and shape retention
ENDURANCE - Your baselayer will keep on performing, and so will you PROTECTION - Helps prevent injuries and protects your skin from abrasive surfaces RECOVERY - Compression aids blood flow back to the heart and can prevent the build-up of lactic acid PERFORMANCE - All-season baselayer that keeps you cool when it's hot, and warm when it's not
Sub Sports are a leading manufacturer of technical 1st layer sportswear aimed at athletes from amateur to elite level. We are a British brand who has experience in almost every sport and outdoor pursuit imaginable, with a range of baselayers designed to tackle any climate, all year round. SUB DUAL is an all-round baselayer designed for every type of athlete. It adapts to the external climate, keeping your body cool when it's hot, and warm when it's not. The compression improves blood flow, which helps oxygen reach the brain faster and reduce the build-up of lactic acid. This baselayer offers high-end performance on a budget, and will last season after season. Please note, this range of compression wear has a tight fit. For a slightly looser fit, please go the next size up
Key Product Details
- Brand: Sub Sports
- Title: SUB DUAL Mens Compression Baselayer Boxer Shorts / Briefs
The SUB DUAL Mens Compression Baselayer Boxer Shorts / Briefs is one of our selections within the baselayer apparel for men and women range. This is where you'll discover a variety of running baselayers. These garments are simply developed for running. They provide a tighter fit than other clothing, such as conventional running apparel. That's one reason they're generally so efficient at moving sweat away from the body, helped by the hi-tech, rapid wicking fabric that is now fairly common. These baselayers provide significant insulation, yet are often really thin and do not restrict your range of movement. Last of all, our baselayers, which also provide plenty of support, are made from quality material from the leading brands. That often means material such as merino wool, which is now an increasingly common selection.