Merino Core Lightweight Boxer

Merino Core Lightweight Boxer

Hunting Solids
$45.00
(4 Reviews)

Start your system with moisture-wicking, high heat-to-weight ratio Merino Boxers. These boxers will wick sweat away from your skin, aid in body temperature regulation, and provide natural odor resistance.


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Jeff D.
Reviewed On 02/25/2019

Merino is amazing, from it’s ability to regulate body temp to it’s ability to keep odor at bay on multi-day backcountry expeditions. These boxers are incredible, a standard in my daily use and a must have for those early season elk hunts when temps can reach triple digits. Fit is exceptional, free flowing and unrestrictive. You can hardly tell you’re wearing them.

Clayton
Reviewed On 02/16/2019

So I’m diving into Sitka after using several other hunting companies clothing. These are mostly great. What I think could be improved is that the leg cuff is comfortably snug when first put on but slightly relaxes overnight and is a little loose. Also, I dislike that everyone including Sitka is using cheap screenprinting for their logos! Comes off rather quickly and looks bad and a hassle! Some companies used to embroider their logos and for the cost of these garments I think they still should be or see a small logo patch on!

Jeremy Johnson
Reviewed On 01/14/2019

most comfortable underwear I have ever worn!

Jaybird
Reviewed On 09/08/2018

I’m a senior DT Instructor at FLETC and I’m pretty ruff on gear. I just bought 5 pair of these. Being a sceptic of gear hype, I put these to the test. Wore them all day and on a 5 hour coyote hunt in south ga in sept. Hot!!!! Then wore them the all next day putting in drain lines, Hot. They dry so quick and no smell. Was worried about them stretching out and they didn’t. Very nice!!!! I will be buying more. Thank you

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