Our best short for bike park laps and big mountain riding
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The Elevate Short is the right choice for bike park laps and big mountain riding. Designed to be tough without weighing you down, this short is made from durable recycled stretch-woven Nylon with a water shedding DWR treatment, making it perfect for hard-charging riders. Bonded leg openings slide seamlessly over knee guards and dual Trail Access pockets hold the day’s essentials within reach, but out of the way. Add your favorite chamois liner and hit the dirt.
- Pedal to Zero™: Going by bike 28mi / 45km offsets the climate impact of this garment
- Constructed from durable stretch-woven recycled nylon
- Adjustable waist closure
- Durable water repellent (DWR) coating
- Two zippered Trail Access side pockets shift contents to back of leg for pedaling comfort
- Compatible with most knee protection
- Add a chamois liner of your choice to complete the package
- Standard fit
- 14” inseam
Main Body: 89% recycled nylon, 11% spandex Pocket Bag: 88% polyester, 12% elastane
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