Odlo Evolution X-Light Panty
Unlike most M&S underwear, the Odlo Evolution X-Light Panty is made to be worn under Lycra cycling shorts and longs.
- The Odlo Evolution X-Light Panty is made in the fastest-drying, most breathable and superfine version of Odlo's signature Effect fabric.
- Odlo's Effect fabric incorporates antibacterial silver in the weave for permanent odour resistance.
- Seamless construction makes for maximum comfort and a smooth 'invisible' fit.
- Machine washable at 40 degrees.
'Evolution X-Light will keep you fresh and is barely noticeable against your skin. These extremely lightweight, breathable panties are ideal for intense sporting activities in high temperatures. The integrated functional zones ensure optimum moisture management and enhanced ventilation, keeping your body cool and dry. The functional fibre ‘Effect by Odlo' uses antibacterial silver to banish the smell of sweat. Seamless finish with 3-D knit technology.'
Founded in Norway in 1946 by Odd Lofterod (hence the name) Odlo produced the world's first synthetic thermal undergarment in 1971.
In 1986, Odlo moved to Switzerland where, to this day, they produce their underwear in their own factory on their own special knitting machines.
Anti-bacterial silver in every technical base layer
Odlo pioneered the worlds first anti-bacterial silver impregnated fabric in 2002. Because the silver is integrated into the yarn, it retains its antibacterial properties throughout the long life of the garment, no matter how often you wash it.
Wherever possible, Odlo base layer garments are seamless with different knit patterns seamlessly integrated at different areas of the fabric to optimize ventilation and sweat transfer.
Evolution is Odlo's most technical range. It combines a multiplicity of different knit patterns in the one garment to maximise its wicking qualities and comfort. Odlo Evolution makes fair claim to being the best base layer money can buy.
Odlo are registered with the Fair Wear Foundation (see www.fairwear.org) and Confidence in Textiles (see www.oeko-tex.com).