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Travel Underwear from ExOfficio

by Megan Hill

Mar 20, 2015

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ExOfficio’s line of quick-dry, moisture-wicking underwear is one of the best things to happen to travelers worldwide. If you’re conscientious about weight — or just want to reduce your packing load — adding a handful of pairs to your wardrobe will be the best decision you’ve ever made.


Two pairs are all you need for a trip of any length; simply wash one in the sink while you wear the other, and the first pair will be dry within hours, unless you’re in a particularly damp or humid climate. (If that’s the case, the underwear usually dries overnight.) ExOfficio underwear is so comfortable you may find yourself replacing your entire collection with ExOfficio products.


The company is expanding their Give-N-Go Sports Mesh line for spring 2015, with their first-ever options for women. They’re introducing bikini brief and hipkini styles in four bright, sporty colors, at $22 each.


The sports mesh fabric is extremely soft and highly breathable for wicking sweat during periods of high activity. The seams and waistband are also soft for added comfort and to prevent chafing. During periods of extended sitting, such as when flying, the seams don’t feel tight or restricting. The underwear is tagless, which is great if you’re counting ounces, as well as anti-microbial to prevent the growth of odor-causing bacteria.


ExOfficio sells a slew of other underwear in a variety of styles and colors, making it easy to find something that suits your needs. Learn more at exofficio.com.



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