Club Ride Apparel Fuze Short - Men's

Club Ride Apparel Fuze Short - Men's
$69.96 $99.95 30% off
Fuze Short - Men's by Club Ride Apparel
Price subject to change | SKU: CLB003H

Club Ride Apparel Fuze Short - Men's

The Club Ride Fuze Men's Shorts may be built specifically to crush miles of singletrack without a hiccup, but unlike other high-tech riding shorts, you may find yourself wearing these on social outings as well. That's because our friends in Sun Valley put tons of effort into making sure that Club Ride's shorts are casual, so you won't think twice about the wicking synthetic construction or thoughtful seam placement. Club Ride builds the Fuze shorts out of a mid-weight fabric. It's a synthetic blend chosen because it's abrasion-resistant, stretchy, and has excellent wicking properties. While its durable face and UV protection keep external elements away from your skin, its interior helps usher moisture out and into the wild. In other words, it fights to keep you cool and dry when you're working up a sweat. And since it's UPF30 rated, it blocks harmful UV rays, keeping you protected. Though Club Ride tends to keep things relatively casual with its cycling shorts, the Fuze is finished with two saddle-specific features: a gusted crotch and a removable liner. You're unlikely to notice the seamless crotch gusset, which is a good thing, because it enhances both comfort and durability. You also probably won't notice the removable Gunslinger liner, which uses breathable PowerMesh fabric and a CoolMax chamois to keep saddle sores at bay--something you'd definitely be aware of without that insert to run interference.

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