Walero is committed to bringing you the most technologically-advanced range of thermo-regulating base layers available, so that you can stay committed to what matters most to you – delivering your best performance. The Walero Underpants is part of that commitment.
Here’s why more and more drivers are choosing Walero:
Active temperature control
Developed by NASA for off-world applications, Outlast® technology actively regulates your body temperature despite changes in your environment, keeping you cool when the temperature rises or lessening the chill when it falls. This thermo-regulating know-how has been proven to effectively reduce perspiration by up to 33%.
Tailored for comfort
Walero race underwear has been tailored for a superior fit with flat-lock seams and super-soft fabric to ensure maximum ease of movement and palpable comfort from start to finish.
Freshness beyond the finish line
Treated with Envirotex, Walero next-to-skin base layers keep you fresher for longer meaning no more smelly kit bags either! This cutting-edge, hospital-grade antimicrobial is 99.999% effective against many common bacteria as well as many fungal spores and viruses, as well as being non-toxic and eco-friendly.
Protection when needed
Ready to face the unexpected, Walero base layers are quality-assured and have been tested and approved to FIA 8856-2000 and SFI 3.3, which means they are fully flame-retardant and fully approved for racing worldwide. The Protal FR material responsible for the fire protection doesn’t wear out or expose your skin to chemical additives, and exceed the test SFI and FIA test criteria. Click here to learn more about Protal.
- FIA & SFI Approved Flame-Retardant underwear
- Active temperature regulation
- Treated with a cutting-edge antimicrobial
- Supersoft material with flattlock seams
Here’s a great article about the technology in the Walero product line: Racecar Engineering Proves The Data Behind Walero
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NOTE: For health and safety reasons Walero Underpants CANNOT be returned.