Alpinestars Pathfinder Base Shorts - w/o Chamois - Men's

Alpinestars Pathfinder Base Shorts - w/o Chamois - Men's
Alpinestars Pathfinder Base Shorts - w/o Chamois - Men's
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Pathfinder Base Shorts - w/o Chamois - Men's by Alpinestars
When the trail gets steep, fast, and gnarly, the Alpinestars Pathfinder Men's Base Shorts without Chamois keep your legs covered, protected, and feeling fly. In addition to being rugged, the Pathfinder's ripstop polyester fabric is seriously stretchy -- so you can pedal like a maniac -- and sewn with a multi-panel construction that's designed to improve ergonomics and fit. A stretchy mesh panel in the back further improves mobility and cooling, and the seamless seat won't chap your ass or rip in the middle of a hard ride. Inside the waist band, a soft mesh panel stays comfortable against your skin while the adjustable waist tabs make it easy to loosen the Pathfinder up in the event you've put down a few too many brats around the campfire last night. The shorts' flat snaps don't dig into your waist when you're bent over the bars, and a zippered thigh pocket lets you stash an energy gel or multitool if you're out for a quick rip and want to leave the pack behind.

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