Alpinestars Outrider WR Base Shorts - w/o Chamois - Men's

Alpinestars Outrider WR Base Shorts - w/o Chamois - Men's
Alpinestars Outrider WR Base Shorts - w/o Chamois - Men's
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Outrider WR Base Shorts - w/o Chamois - Men's by Alpinestars
Everybody loves desert riding, but when you spend time ripping around loamy berms in foggy rainforests (looking at you, PNW), a water-resistant setup like the Alpinestars Outrider WR Men's Base Shorts are what you want. With a back made of PU-laminated stretch fabric, a front made of water-resistant, four-way stretch fabric, and a waterproof stretch panel at the back waist, the Outrider's ready to rip even when the weather is suboptimal, and its multi-panel construction improves mobility and comfort. Alpinestars also tapes all the seams for increased waterproofing, and also decked out the right-side leg pocket with a waterproof construction to keep your phone, snack, or multitool dry. The waistband is lined with breathable textile so it doesn't rub you raw and features hook-and-loop tabs for easy adjustment, and the seat is constructed without seams, so you don't have anything rubbing you the wrong way when you're powering through puddles and ripping wet singletrack.

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