Alpinestars Outrider WR Short - Men's

Alpinestars Outrider WR Short - Men's
Alpinestars Outrider WR Short - Men's
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Outrider WR Short - Men's by Alpinestars
From loamy Pacific Northwest trails to mud-caked Appalachian singletrack, the Alpinestars Men's Outrider WR Short sheds the wettest, nastiest trail conditions. Engineered with a technical multi-panel shell that's abrasion and weather-resistant, the Outrider WR Short excels at protecting you from the elements on long trail rides. The front panels are made of breathable four-way stretch material for freedom of movement and enhanced thermo-regulation on hot summer rides. Waterproof laminated ripstop graces the back and crotch zones, helping to shed mud, dirt, and outside moisture when you're flying down mucky trails. Its rear yoke stretch panel is also laminated for extra waterproof protection. Inside the short, you'll find a removable 3D Tech mesh liner with an integrated chamois for extra padding on extended jaunts. Other key features include adjustable hook-and-loop waist adjusters, waterproof cargo pocket, and seamless crotch/seat zone for a smooth feel without irritation.

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SKU: APN00ZK
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