Bienzoe Women's High Tech Fiber Polypropylene Thermals Pants

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Manufacturer Description

Size: Please read Bienzoe Size Chart in product description(Not Amazon size)

S--Waist:21", Hip:25.5", Outleg Length:40"

M--Waist:23", Hip:28", Outleg Length:40.5"

L--Waist:25", Hip:30", Outleg Length:41"

XL--Waist:27", Hip:33", Outleg Length:41.5"

2XL--Waist:29", Hip:35", Outleg Length:42"

Styling: Elastic in waistband, Flat lock stitch, Soft Warm hand feel

Material Composition: Polypropylene

Colours: Multicolours for choosing

Washing and Ironing: Wash with similar colors, Gentle Machine wash, Do not soak or bleach, Do not tumble dry, Line dry in shade, Cool iron on reverse

Product Features

Biodegradable Fabric Polypropylene: Environmental Protection without dyeing, placed in the outdoor environment it 100% biodegradable Khan steam transfer: Polypropylene is not bibulous, so will not wet, easy to transport khan gas, Polypropylene is moving let khan gas, through the fabric inside to the outside of the fabric, and unlike other synthetic fiber is khan gas seal and its contact with the skin Quick dry: Polypropylene is not bibulous, so the water can't into the fiber, Drying time the shortest, because the water has not been inhaled fibers, so just shake a while, can shake off the water Light Weight: Polypropylene is the lightest of all material with fibers, is lighter than water Polypropylene is the only Fiber can float on the surface of water, 20% lighter than the nylon, 35% lighter than polyester, 40% lighter than cotton Keep warm: Low thermal conductivity, Polypropylene thermal conductivity is the lowest of all the synthetic and natural fibers, more than 7.3% lower than the wool