Experience how comfortable a base layer can be with the Airborne LL pants. The idea behind the airborne was to give riders the best of everything a base layer could offer while riding your motorcycle.
By combining lightweight, highly stretchable yarns with strategically placed engineered knitting patterns (following the so-called body mapping principle), comfort is naturally woven into its DNA. Furthermore, the materials used in these pants draw moisture away from the skin and then to the surface of the fabric where it can easily evaporate.
Since this is a base layer made by using round-knit weaving technology, there are no seams that could annoyingly press against the skin normally found in areas where body armor is located or unnecessarily put on pressure at the joints. Though we designed the Airborne with the motorcycle rider in mind, feel free to use it during any type of sports or leisure activity.
3D round knit technology Seamless 3D round-knit garments provide superior comfort and technical function for a wide range of athletic activities, including motorcycle riding. The 3D name comes from the texture and shape of the roundknit. Made on a circular knitting machine, seamless garments have superior elasticity for optimal shaping to the body. The virtual lack of seams results in optimal comfort, while also imparting important functionality: fewer seams make the garment less vulnerable for seam breaks, drop stitches, etc., and therefore longer lasting. Those seams that are absolutely necessary are made using flatlock technology, to eliminate bulk. The result is the ultimate in comfort and function.
Moisture-wicking This garment has been designed to wick moisture away from the body, keeping you dry and comfortable in ever-changing weather and climate conditions.
Polyester and elastane round knit
Air vent zone at legs
Protection in this product
Outer shell material
Multi yarn polyamide
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