Item No. 0351389

Rite Aid Underwear for Men and Women, Overnight Absorbency, 12 Count

Rite Aid Underwear for Men and Women, Overnight Absorbency, 12 Count

$11.99

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$10.99

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Expires: 7/28/2017
Details

Feels and fits like underwear.

Features & Products:

  • Our protective underwear features a form-fitting shape and stretchable, breathable waist panels for containment and protection along with a comfortable fit.
  • Dri-Lock absorbent core locks in odor and wetness
  • Comfort-Shape Protection for a soft and discreet fit!
  • Quiet and soft cloth-like moisture barrier keeps clothing and bedding dry.
  • Soft, breathable material that stays cool and comfortable next to your skin.

Extra Information:

Wide, superabsorbent gel core gives you concentrated protection where it’s needed most. Leak guards and flexible gathers offer a snug, secure fit to prevent side leakage. Tear-away sides allow for quicker, easier removal. Colored thread indicates back of underwear.

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Specs
Unit Price $99.92 per 100 (on regular retail)
Available Online
Package Count 12
Restrictions Fits weight 200-300lbsFits waist 48"-64"See sizing chart on side panel of package for above information for other available absorbencies
Country of Manufacture
Directions
Directions for use: Position underwear with the colored thread at the back. Pull the product on like underwear. Disposal: To remove, slip off like regular underwear or tear sides at the seam. Roll up and dispose of in a sanitary manner. DO NOT FLUSH.
Ingredients

Safety
Do Not Flush. CAUTION: Underwear - like most articles of clothing - may burn if exposed to flame or other source of ignition. To avoid risk of suffocation, please keep bags away from babies, children and pets. Bladder and bowel control problems can be treated medically. Consult your physician for additional information.