Odlo The Invisibles Panty Women's (2 pair pack)


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Odlo- Invisible panty women's, no VPL pants

These super-light (the lightest ever) and comfortable panties that stay invisible under the tightest of fitting outdoor and active wear. They work to eliminate the VPL that you often get from wearing bulky seamed panties with tight clothing. Also constructed of a fast-drying, super light fabric which provides great ventilation and moisture management- so if you sweat it is 'wicked' to an outer layer- this is great for work-outs or intense days on the mountains and hills. The flat bonded seams increase comfort and decrease visibility, so you have full confidence and no resignations in your clothing, allowing you to focus on your fitness. Ideal for anyone wearing Lycra/ Spandex clothing when working out, cause they are super soft on the skin, and more comfortable than a thong- great when doing either gym sessions, walking, hiking, climbing, mountaineering, skiing and much more!

  • Main material: 79% PA, 21% EL
  • Super soft material


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