The Down Low on the BN3TH Runner’s High Runner’s Shorts

As the weather starts to turn for the warmer, its time to update our apparel closets with new warmer weather gear. BN3TH Runner’s High shorts are a great addition to any athlete’s workout wardrobe. BN3TH is rooted in comfortable underwear, so it only makes sense to incorporate that tech into 2n1 shorts.

There are three colors of the 5″ inseam shorts available and all are pretty simple in color (black and navy). They are made with high-quality post-consumer recycled polyester and have a breathable and moisture-wicking fabric that has kept me dry and comfortable. There are small perforations on the  back to encourage better airflow.

The inner liner of the shorts, complete with their MyPakage Pouch Technology,  is pretty dang comfortable. It also has additional tech added – the Ionic+ no stink technology which aims to do just that – keep stink from forming. The inner liner fits down onto the thigh instead of a brief version – so be aware of that if this isn’t your jam.

The outer shell is pretty lightweight, but the inner has more structure and, thus, makes them not as as light as many speed-focused options. I would call these an everyday / training shorts as opposed to one you are trying to PR in. While they are described as running – and I have used in that setting (obviously), I really like these as a cross training option as well.

There are pockets on the side and small zipped one on the back center – just under the reflective logo. The waistband is soft and the drawstring easily keeps things in place.

Overall, we have liked the fit and feel of these and they feel very nicely constructed. Though their price seems to be on the higher end of running shorts, this BN3TH option is a great choice for anyone looking for a high-quality and stylish pair of running shorts.

BN3TH Runner's High Shorts $80


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We started BN3TH (pronounced “beneath”) in Vancouver, British Columbia to radically change how men think about underwear. No one is at their best when they’re shifting, adjusting or sweaty.

Thank you to BN3TH for providing us with samples. Please read our transparency page for info on how we do our reviews.

About Author

Matt Rasmussen lives in Keizer, Ore. with his wife and three daughters. He enjoys watching hockey, going to as many breweries (618) and wineries (152) as he can, and all things Canada (he was born there). Matt was raised as a baseball player and officially transitioned over to running in 2010.

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