Damselcham Liner Short - Women's by Club Ride Apparel
Club Ride Apparel was born in the mountains of Sun Valley, Idaho. A ski resort and the Old West rolled into one, Sun Valley has miles and miles of singletrack to test the prowess of Club Ride's apparel. Some days, though, you only get to ride into town to run errands. For these rides, where you don't want to stroll around in Lycra, Club Ride Apparel's Damsel Women's Shorts fit discretely beneath your favorite shorts or skirt for comfort on and off the saddle. The lightweight, stretchable Lycra construction of the Damsel shorts is non-binding and conforming. Accordingly, the shorts slip smoothly under your shorts or skirt with no bulk. And as a welcome result, the shorts remain undetectable from the outside. In terms of fit, you'll find that the Damsel shorts were designed to fit like boy shorts. However, unlike the aforementioned, Club Ride added a wide elastic waistband in order to hold them in place comfortably. Club Ride Apparel used a CoolMax chamois in the Damsel. This insert is smaller than a traditional road chamois, but it still uses high-density foam instead of the more standard do-nothing fleece. In turn, the insert provides optimal support for your sit bones and soft tissue. Additionally, the CoolMax covering provides friction-free comfort, while rapidly wicking moisture away from the skin. The Club Ride Apparel Damsel Shorts are available in the color Raven and in five sizes from X-Small to X-Large.
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